Complex white wine for connoisseurs

Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve 2019

Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve 2019
  • GDE-092019
  • Tropical aromas combined with honey notes
  • Balanced white wine and matured in oak
  • A nice companion to poultry, fish and seafood
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Delivery time 2-5 Workdays

15.95€ 21.27€/l
-15.83 18.95€

Prices incl. VAT shipping costs not included

The Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve sparkles light gold in the glass. The seductive...
The Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve sparkles light gold in the glass. The seductive scent of tropical fruits and citrus indulges the nose of the connoisseur. Subtle layers of honey notes and roasted almonds surround the palate in the background and provide a pleasant mouthfeel. As the white wine matured for ten months in French oak barrels, it convinces with an excellent structure, which is complemented by a delicate minerality. The Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve is best served with light dishes like fish, poultry or seafood.


Jg. 2019
4 John Platter Stars
Jg. 2018
4 John Platter Stars, Tim Atkin 92 Points
Jg. 2016
4 John Platter Stars, Old Mutual Trophy Bronze, Tim Atkin 94 Points
Jg. 2015
4 John Platter Stars, Veritas Silver, Tim Atkin 93 Points

Goes With:

Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc Swartland Reserve 2019
Grape Varieties:
Chenin Blanc
Delaire Graff
Importer/ Distributor:
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator:
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany
Delaire Graff, Helshoogte Rd 7602 Stellenbosch, Südafrika
Bottle Cap:
Screw Cap
15.95€ / bottle à 0,75 l
Filling Quantity:
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength:
14 % Vol.
6,6 g/l
Residual Sugar:
2,2 g/l
Serve at:
8-12 °C
Best before:
In the Cellar:
Matured in French oak for ten months.

Delaire Graff – from John Platter to Laurence Graff

None other than the famous wine critic John Platter had once owned the estate Delaire Graff, back then known under the name Avontuur, and had created outstanding premium wines in the 1980s here. The change of name goes back to the partly breathtaking sights that the farm offers. An almost magical view of the valley of the Helshoegte Pass inspired the owner at that time to the name Delaire Estate. When translated, Delaire means ‘from heaven’. In 2003, Laurence Graff took over the winery and started converting it into one of the most important destinations for art enthusiasts, luxury vacationists and wine lovers. Laurence Graff is a diamond and jewellery trader himself and is familiar with the premium and luxury sector. The same can surely be said for the wines from Delaire Graff.

Exclusive Wines from Delaire Graff

The team at Delaire Graff has managed to become the flagship for South African wine in the shortest amount of time. Winemaker Morné Vrey and his employees focus on a gentle harvest of exclusively noble grapes in order to get the best basis possible for the wines. A very special bottle is the red wine Botmaskop. Like no other wine it stands for the strength of South African red wines, paired with the elegance and splendour Laurence Graff is well-known for. There are some wine enthusiasts who think if you were to drink one wine from South Africa only, then it should be the Botmaskop.

Experience Luxury in the high-end Restaurants

Visitors of Delaire Graff can experience an all-round package with a noble spa area and stylishly furnished hotel suites. But the highlights are the two restaurants that are directly at the winery. The Delaire Graff restaurant stands for fine dishes that captivate with wonderful aromas and creative ingredients. The winery also offers the Indochine restaurant. Here, the gourmet can find mainly Asian cuisine, freshened up by modern influences. Together with the wines from Delaire Graff, a holistic, noble taste sensation is created.