Durbanville Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Case - 6 x 750ml

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Durbanville Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Case - 6 x 750ml

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces with Distell to create Durbanville hills with the aim of promoting the regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking Durbanville hills cellar it's proudly atop a series of rolling hills with magnificent views of table mountain and table bay the very geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique. The Durbanville ward is considered one of the cape's coolest wine regions, thanks to the sea breezes that drift inland from false bay and table bay and the late afternoon mists that bathe the slopes. These conditions are ideal for the slow ripening of the grapes, allowing them to develop their full flavoured and intense character. Grapes are sourced only from the shareholder growers, all of whom farm within the limited appellation of Durbanville. Meticulous canopy management promotes concentration of varietal flavour and colour. Cellar master Martin Moore uses highly advanced cellar technology to ensure optimal extraction of colour and flavour. 

Sustainable practices includes the maintaining of the international environmental standard ISO140001, treating of waste water back to irrigation quality and all vineyards subscribing to IPW(Integrated Production of Wine) growing practices, designed to sustain natural resources. In addition the farmers protect 320ha of endangered Renosterveld as part of the biodiversity wine initiative (BWI).

The Vineyards: Vineyard Consultant: Henk Van Graan)
The grapes for this wine were sourced from a variety of low-yielding vineyards (between 6 and9 tons per hector), established between 1985 and 1990 and planted in deep, dark red soils at around 250m above sea-level. All the vines were grafted on Phylloxera resistant rootstocks and trellised on different trellising systems. Pest and disease control was implemented according to South African IPW standards. The grapes were hand harvested between 24 degrees celsius and 25 degrees celsius balling.

The Wine Making: 
Each vineyard was vinified separately. The must was fermented on the skins (between 26 degrees Celsius and 28 degrees Celsius) in closed, specially designed auto fermenters until dry. During this period the maximum fruit, colour and tannin extraction from the skins was made possible through very soft, continuous timer-regulated pump-over cycles. To soften the texture, the wine was left on the skins for one week after the fermentation period. Controlled malolactic fermentation took place in tank after which the cabernet Sauvignon was Oak matured for 12 months using predominantly French Oak, utilising a small percentage new Oak together with older wood as well as wood alternatives. This is done to prevent over wooding thus preserving the elegance of our cool climate fruit.

Wine Maker's Comments:
- Wine Maker: Martin Moore and Wilhelm Coetzee
- Colour: Intense ruby red
- Nose: Aromas of dark fruit's, ripe berries, cherries and sweet spice with well-integrated wood.
- Taste: An elegant, full-bodied wine with sweet berry fruit's on the palate balanced by velvety tannins and exceptional wood structure
- Food Pairing: Enjoy served with plainly-grilled lazy aged steak, chateaubriand, roast lamb with rosemary or thyme, panfryed liver, cheddar and emmenthal cheese.

Chemical Analysis:
- Alcohol: 14.2%
- Residual Sugar: 2.2g-l
- Total Acidity: 5.7g-l
- PH: 3.65

Feature:
- Weight: 8.19kg
Categories
LiquorWineRedCabernet Sauvignon
Country
South Africa
Brand
Durbanville
Barcode
06001495000333
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Durbanville Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Case - 6 x 750ml

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