Hints of lime and grapefruit flavours are delicately combined with a light green pepper mouth-feel. A zesty after-taste completes the experience. Goes well with salads, raw or steamed shellfish, poultry and Asian cooking.
Dr Alfred Baumgartner and his colleagues at The Bergkelder developed the original Grunberger in 1953. It was inspired by the famous German wines from the Rhine Valley, an area rich in romanticism and mythology. The clearly identifiable rounded shape of our "bocksbeutel" sets Grunberger apart from all other wines. Grunberger was positioned as the Prince of Wines and with its intense flavours and enhanting aromas it has the unique ability to excite the senses.
Zonnebloem sources the best grapes from growers in the historic Stellenbosch region to create its range of critically acclaimed wines, combining time-honoured traditions with state of the art techniques to produce well-structured classic wines that exemplify the craft of winemaking.
Style: Elegand with fresh citrus notes, a hint of minerality and oak, ending in a creamy finish.
Serve: Chillied - enjoy on its own or with cheeses, fish and white meats.
Inspired by the teamwork and energy of African painted Wolves, our community of talented individuals combine resources to form the Painted Wolf Wines Pack. This wine had been produced from grapes harvested off bush vines planted in 1986. This wine was barrel fermented utilising the grapes natural yeasts in 500 litre 2nd and 3rd fill French and Hungarian oak barrels. The result is a harmonious hand-made wine, with a soft white peach, mascarpone and wet stone aromas with a creamy mid-palate and a long balanced finish. Our friend, Jenny Metelerkamp, produced a fine Painted Wolf ink drawing for the label.
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