50% of grapes from Polkadraai Hills, 50% from Faure, the former portion picked early and under-going whole-bunch fermentation, and the latter slightly delayed and destemmed. Striking aromatics of red and blackberries, olive, herbs, tomato leaf, and a hint of violets. The palate is medium-bodied and nicely poised – good fruit definition, fresh acidity, and some crunch to the tannins. 94/100 Winemag.co.za
Producer Information: Van Loggerenberg
Lukas van Loggerenberg.
The name's quite a moutful and so are his wines.
Despite owning no vineyards he has managed to make quite an impact since we first tasted the Kameraderie Chenin Blanc, Breton Cabernet Franc and Geronimo Cinsault.
His first vintage was somewhat interupted by knee surgery. Help from friends whilst in hospital inspired the names for Kameraderie and his Cinsault rosé - Break A Leg Blanc de Noir