From a single plot in Polkadraai and planted at 8000 vines per hectare (almost a tightly packed as old fashioined Brugundy vines!), this is 65% fermented and matured for 11 months in concrete egg, 35% in barrels. Complex aromatics of pear, peach, citrus, apple and quince as well as herbs, flowers and just a little leesy complexity. The palate has both an intricacy and delicacy about it with pure fruit and moderate acidity, the finish long and dry. Wonderfully harmonious and one of the very best examples of Chenin the Cape has to offer. With 5 stars from Platter for 4 consecutive vintages now this will develop well through the rest of the decade.