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Boland Cellar releases three new wines under its Talent and Terroir range

Vibrant Talent in the vineyards and the winery and a variety of Terroir has led to the launch of a range of three wines from Boland Cellar named Talent & Terroir, a Chenin Blanc, a Cinsaut Rosé and a Shiraz. Boland Cellar has for some time been creating premium niche ranges such as its One Formation and this one, Talent & Terroir.

The grapes for the Talent & Terroir Chenin Blanc 2016 come from the slopes of both the Paardeberg and the Drakenstein Mountains. The wine was made in a lack of oxygen atmosphere and an extended period of three hours skin contact was allowed before pressing. Once pressed, the wine was left on the lees for three months to add to the character.

It looks like
Bottled under cork screw with an elegant label.  Delicate pale straw in the glass.

It smells like
Tropical fruits like desiccated pineapple, guava.

It tastes like
A generosity of fruit, preponderance of guava and windfall citrus.  Creamy mouthfeel and a long gently waning aftertaste.


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