John S wrote:No Mullineux, unfortunately.
That is a pity John, anyhow how about Boekenhoutskloof? Think good distribution in BC, hopefully the higher end wines. Here is an entry level white, the Wolftrap.WTN: 2012 Boekenhoutskloof The Wolftrap White, Western Cape.
Blend of Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Grenache Blanc. $18 Cdn, served quite chilled with turkey scallopini and cranberry glaze.
Light straw yellow, floral nose with peach, melon and pear. Think the viognier is a big plus here. "Think this has seen some oak" from across the table.
Hints of residual sugar on entry, firm acidity, good length. Mainly tart at first and some citrus but some tropical fruits show by the second glass, nutty too. Good value and nice intro to SA.