This zesty white’s causing quite a buzz with many rave customer reviews. It’s from the talented Gabb family and combines Cape speciality Chenin Blanc with soft, aromatic Viognier. Ripe and racy with irresistible tropical fruit and honeysuckle aromas.
The Gabb family have been instrumental in putting South Africa’s wine on millions of dinner tables around the world during the past 30 years. Today they channel their energy into their modestly sized winery, Journey’s End. They bought it in 1995 with the aim of creating the ‘Grange’ of South Africa, and with the first vintage received 5 Stars from revered critic John Platter. The property lies in Stellenbosch‘s prized Somerset West, and enjoys beautiful views across False Bay. Next door is the world famous Vergelegen estate. Bees Knees is made by winemaker Leon Esterhuizen. He carefully cool ferments premium parcels of Chenin Blanc and Viognier, which is then lees aged for extra richness and creamy texture. A truly mouthwatering white.
"I loved it from the minute I opened it - nicely dry and crisp with great flavours!"
Online 5-Star Review For the 2019 vintage
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