Bartinney Hourglass Chardonnay 2015

July 28, 2017
by Christian
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Rose Jordaan

Rose Jordaan of Bartinney.

If South Africa’s premium white wines are generally of a higher standard than our reds as many commentators argue, then why isn’t this reflected when it comes to price? Bartinney in Stellenbosch have grasped the nettle with the release of two reserve wines, the Hourglass Chardonnay 2015 (which scored 91 points on the 100-point quality scale in last year’s Prescient Chardonnay Report) priced at R620 a bottle and the Skyfall Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (not yet reviewed) at R320 a bottle.

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