“The wine believed to be South Africa’s oldest red blend celebrates its 80th birthday this year. Chateau Libertas was launched in 1932, by an American medical doctor, adventurer and former Texas Ranger, who had gone into winemaking when he moved to Stellenbosch. Not a year has gone by since in which the wine has not been made.
here never has been a fixed formula in making Chateau Libertas. It’s about getting the balance right for a beautifully integrated combination of ripe berry fruit, elegant wooding and food-friendly refreshment
Smooth and delicious, it makes a great match with so many foods.
Try it with smoked meats, hearty pastas, pizza, grills, roasts, casseroles, stews and robust cheeses. chateau libertas Details A beautiful, lively ruby red colour with a Bouquet filled with loads of ripe strawberry and plum with a hint of fragrant wood spice.
Chateau, as it is affectionately called, occupies such an entrenched position in the history of so many South African wine lovers that it has assumed an almost iconic status.”