Tokara Wine - Intensive and Multifaceted
Tokara wine excites critics as well as connoisseurs with its intensive bouquet and a multifaceted taste. The aromas are always harmoniously balanced and deliver a well-rounded wine. Red (i.e. Shiraz) as well as white wines (i.e. Sauvignon Blanc) from the Tokara estate reflect the terroir of the cultivation areas. Tokara wine can also be stored for a long time; some even gain more character with long further maturing. The winemakers also use highly modern cellar technology and are always succeed in retaining the natural taste of the grape varieties.
Tokara Winery Uses Modern Technology
Every Tokara wine was created using modern technology to deliver the best product possible. The winery is the first in South Africa to use the NDVI process, an infrared analysis which can identify the slightest changes in the vines. That is how the winemakers from the Tokara winery have the option to intervene early and, above all, targeted. The wine cellar is also highly modern, as the winemakers use computer controlled programs as a support. The emphasis lays on the supportive function, as nothing can replace the long experience of Tokara winemakers.
Tokara Combines Modernity with a Laid-Back Tradition
Tokara is located at the Helshoogte Pass, only a few kilometres away from the town Stellenbosch, and is therefore situated at the centre of South African wine cultivation. The estates architecture combines modern aspects of wine growing with a laid-back and uncomplicated design. Natural and warm materials give the strong and clear lines an organic note. Additionally, the almost magical view of the False Bay and Table Mountains deliver exceptional scenery for the many guests of Tokara. This attitude towards life, coupled with great energy, is reflected in the Tokara wine.