On the nose, Nederburg Baronne smells pleasantly of black currants, cherries, and prunes with a hint of spice. The flavour is a bold, fruity flavour.
The Nederburg Baronne can be paired with venison, red meat, and lamb.
For Nederburg, it all started back in 1971, when Phillipus Wolvaart and his wife bought the farm. What ensued was hard work and dedication as they nurtured the land. The results were staggering, as Wolvaart basically changed the future of South African wines. What followed from there, were four more pioneering custodians of the Nederburg estate. Want to read more about them? Simply click here.