Currently there are 7.65 hectares planted to Gewurztraminer on the estate, which equates to 10% of the total plantings. The oldest vines were planted in 1987 and the youngest in 2009 and 2010. 2015 was one of the earliest vintages experienced in the South African wine industry, interestingly it was one with the coolest night temperatures of the past decade.
Personal food pairing: The aromatics and residual sugar of this wine make it an ideal partner with spicy food. It does well with any dish containing coconut milk. It works well with white meat (fish and poultry), salads, vegetable dishes or simply on its own.