Mont Blois Keller Colombard 2018
By Christian Eedes, 28 September 2020
Could we all be drinking a lot more premium Colombard very soon? The Keller 2018 from Mont Blois in Robertson is a single barrel’s worth of wine made from a 43-year-old vineyard planted on the alluvial soils of the De Hoop river.
The nose shows top notes of honeysuckle and hay before pear, peach and sultana plus a little vanilla while the palate is light-bodied and fresh with a salty finish. At R295 a bottle, it’s not cheap but worth seeking out if you want to say you were in at the beginning of the Colombard phenomenon…
CE’s rating: 91/100.
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