Friday February 28, 2020

To try, buy and put by

Tomás Clancy's trio of wines

14th May, 2017

This sauvignon blanc hails from Robertson Valley, 165km inland from Cape Town, where the Huguenot ancestors of the current owners brought vines from France. This is a sauvignon blanc in the more savoury profile of the Loire. It is clean, wet stone, supersized lime and gooseberry, with a touch of zesty green bell pepper.

The higher the sugar in the grape, the higher the alcohol in the wine, so great white wine, as in Lugano,...

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