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To achieve the desired colour, most of the juice was drained
directly after crushing, with some blocks receiving up to two hours
of skin contact. Each variety was handled separately and fermented
cold at 14°C to retain the delicate aromas and flavours. The final
blending of varieties created complexity, consistency and balance
before bottling.

Tasting Notes

On the Nose: Enticing crushed summer berry aromas.

Palate: Soft and juicy, bouncing with succulent ripe strawberries,
raspberries and mulberries tinged with a hint of spice. Finishes
with great balance, freshness and fruity intensity.


Grapes were sourced from a cross-section of regions selected
for optimal expression of each variety. Vineyard tactics included
pruning to two-bud spurs, shoot removal, bunch thinning and
canopy management for best ripeness and quality. Grapes were
hand-harvested from mid-February to late March at an average
ripeness of between 21 and 22°B.




A classic blend of noble red wine varieties, which
consists of predominantly Merlot and Pinotage.


Coastal Region

Alcohol13% Vol
Residual Sugar4.5 g/ℓ
Total Acid5.8 g/ℓ
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Weddings & Functions

Boschendal provides an idyllic natural setting for large and small functions. The Boschendal Manor House, Rhone Homestead, The Olive Press, the Werf Restaurant and the beautiful gardens are available to host an array of celebrations or events in a relaxed and tranquil environment.

Eat & Drink

The Cape Dutch farms were historically renowned for their warm welcome and generous hospitality. What crowned this welcome was the Cape table, laden with wholesome dishes made from ingredients from the farm’s werf and fields.


Guest accommodation is a recent addition to the farm with luxury accommodation ranging from the historical Herbert Baker designed Rhodes Cottage to beautifully restored farm labourer cottages. With emphasis on stylish simplicity the guest cottages are authentic, rural yet contemporary in character.