Du Toitskloof Wines sources the majority of their grapes for their ranges from the Breedekloof valley, all within a 10km radius of the cellar. This sees to it that all the grapes share similar soil types and micro-climates. With a large array of different terroirs, the cellar makes wine with grapes that have grown along cool mountain slopes, in alluvial soils with high water-retention capabilities as well as sandy and rocky soils.
Du Toitskloof Hanepoot Jerepigo
Concentrated mass of crystallised and citrus fruit, intriguing botrytis hints turning to chocolate orange liqueur on a silky palate. Exceptionally long, fruity aftertaste.
Ideal with all desserts especially ice-cream, baked puddings or as an after-dinner drink.