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Blaauwklippen Sauvignon Blanc 2022

Product information "Blaauwklippen Sauvignon Blanc 2022"
The grapes used for the Blaauwklippen Sauvignon Blanc grow at an altitude of 220 metres above sea level and deliver a white wine that delights with aromas of green figs and lemon cream. A fine note of white flowers rounds off the first impression. On the palate, the Blaauwklippen Sauvignon Blanc scores especially with its freshness and elegance, while being mineral and creamy in taste. Whether pure, at a social picnic or with a meal - the white wine is always a good choice with pasta and seafood.
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Vintage
2022
Winery
Blaauwklippen
Grape Variety
Sauvignon Blanc
Bottle Top
Screw Cap
Origin
South Africa
Appellation
Stellenbosch
Price
€14.50*
Price/Liter
€19.33*
Filling Quantity
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength
13,5 % Vol.
Acidity
7,14 g/l
Residual Sugar
1,07 g/l
In the Cellar
Cold fermentation. The wine was left on the lees for 2 months.
Serve at
8-10 °C
Best Before
2025
Allergen
Contains Sulphite
Producer
Blaauwklippen, Strand Road R44, 7600, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Importer
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany

Blaauwklippen – one of three Zinfandel producers at the Cape

The Blaauwklippen vineyard achieved international fame mainly through its successful variations of the Zinfandel grape variety. The estate was the first in the Cape to plant vineyards with Zinfandel in 1977. For decades, Blaauwklippen has been producing Zinfandel at a world-class level – as one of South Africa's three Zinfandel producers. On the foothills of the Stellenbosch Mountains, other red grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec or Shiraz are also planted on the rich granite soils. White grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc also find good conditions here to produce high-quality and harmoniously balanced premium wines.

Blaauwklippen: How the winery got its name

The blue-grey granite soil has another meaning for the winery: it is said to have inspired the second owner of the farm, Guillaume Niel, to give the estate its original name "De Blaauwe Klippen" in 1700. Translated, this means something like "blue stones" – a reference to the granite rocks, which are grey-brown on the outside but blue on the inside. For winemaker Narina Cloete, it is important – and a challenge – to express the characteristics of the respective grape variety and terroir: "This creates an interesting difference and drinking experience in our wine range." Wine lovers can discover this enjoyment experience for themselves at Blaauwklippen's Tasting House, for example. 

Blaauwklippen offers many activities for visitors 

But a visit to the traditional estate has much more to offer. Blaauwklippen is one of the oldest wine estates in the country. For more than three hundred years, the winegrowers here have been producing South African wine of the highest quality. In addition, the estate is one of the founding members of the Stellenbosch Wine Route, an integral part for every enthusiastic wine tourist in South Africa. The main focus at Blaauwklippen has always been on the customer. The Blaauwklippen Blending Competition, for example, is the first and still the only competition in South Africa that is not aimed at producers but directly at connoisseurs. The Family Market with arts and crafts and live music also makes Blaauwklippen a popular destination in the Winelands on weekends.