Tulbagh Winery was founded in 1906 and ever since produced quality wines. Tulbagh is studded with a history of golden ‘first’ over the past 109 years: The first export cellar, the first cellar to manufacture sparkling wine and the first cellar to launch a ship when Queen Mother christened the 38,000 ton Windsor Castle with Witzenberg. On 3 January 2006 one of the largest cellars in the country was born in the rich and fertile Tulbagh valley, with the merger of Tulbagh and Porterville Cellar. The cellar grasped the opportunity to maximise the benefits of strong brands, superior marketing, increased cost effective production and wider distribution. The emphasis of Tulbagh is still to produce quality wine that cover the full spectrum of South Africa’s best cultivars, whether it is the soft easy-drinking red, or the fresh and piquant dry whites, the emphasis is to produce an attractive range of warm and robust wines with an underlying but distinctive signature, this allows for both blended and certified wines from different regions with vastly differing climatic and soil conditions, namely the unique region of Tulbagh and the Swartland region.
A bright lemon in colour with lime green tints and an aromatic bouquet of apple, pear and tropical hints of guava fruit. The palate is ripe, with tropical fruit flavours in abundance with notes of lemon, lime, green apple and white peach. The fruity flavours linger on the palate with strong notes of pineapple on the finish and a fresh citrus acidity to balance.
Available in 750ml
Tulbach Winery Chenin Blanc (750ml)
Available in 750ml
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Brilliant lemon with a green tint. The bouquet shows tropical fruit salad with whiffs of guava, and yellow apple flavours. The palate is zesty with a firm balance that lingers, hints of apple pear and guava on the finish.