About the Wine
The sloping vineyards of Klein Constantia are some of the best for growing Sauvignon Blanc in the Western Cape - ranging from 70 to 343 metres above sea level, it has a cool climate with a constant sea breeze.
This wine is made from a combination of 44 different batches of Sauvignon Blanc, with parcels from 43 different vineyards. The result is a pure expression of their unique terroir, and it's a bright, lively one at that.
If you're looking to get acquainted with Klein Constantia, this is the perfect place to start. Sure to put a little spring in your step!
About Klein Constantia
The cool-climate vineyards of Klein Constantia are some of the most historic in South Africa. The land was originally part of a larger estate, until Johan Gerard Cloete took ownership of it in 1823.
They're passionate about producing wines in environmentally responsible ways and use as many organic & biodynamic principles as possible.
Committed to making terroir-driven wines with simple winemaking techniques, Klein Constantia consistently produce superbly elegant and balanced wines.