Cape White Blend Report 2016
By Christian Eedes, 15 November 2016
43 entries from 36 producers were received and these were tasted blind (labels out of sight) by the three-person panel, scoring done according to the 100-point quality scale.
Wines to rate 90 or higher on the 100-point quality scale were as follows:
Lammershoek Terravinum Reserve White 2015
DeMorgenzon Maestro White 2014
Muratie Laurens Campher Blended White 2015
Blake’s Family Wines Tourmaline 2015
DeMorgenzon Maestro White 2015
Leipzig White 2015
Piekenierskloof Heirloom White 2015
Thorne and Daughters Rocking Horse 2015
Darling Cellars Lime Kilns 2015
Painted Wolf Peloton Blanc 2014
Val du Charron Four White Legs 2015
The Fledge & Co. Vagabond 2015
Springfontein Limestone Rocks Dark Side of The Moon 2014
Vondeling Babiana 2013
To read the tasting report in full, download the following: Cape White Blend Report 2016
To view a photo album of the awards function, CLICK HERE.
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