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Reliable Robertson Continues to Deliver Superb Quality

One of the major contributing factors when it comes to the quality of wines produced in the Robertson Valley is the great variety of terroirs available for growers to take advantage of, from the rich soils of the riverbanks, to the shale and sandstone of the Langeberg Mountains and the free draining gravel soils higher up.

One of the major contributing factors when it comes to the quality of wines produced in the Robertson Valley is the great variety of terroirs available for growers to take advantage of, from the rich soils of the riverbanks, to the shale and sandstone of the Langeberg Mountains and the free draining gravel soils higher up.

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The Robertson Valley is situated roughly 100 miles from Cape Town, in the foothills to the lower reaches of the Breede River. It is a fantastic area for grape cultivation as sunshine is plentiful and the temperature is regulated by the cooling sea breezes.

Viognier

When made well Viognier is an apricot-scented, succulent white wine with a rich, round mouth feel and a nutty character that increases with age. It is thought to have originated in what is now Croatia but has subsequently been transported all over the world with numerous regional styles now in production.

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  1. Robertson Wide River Viognier, Robertson

    Robertson Wide River Viognier, Robertson, 2016 75cl

    A rich medley of fresh apricot, peach and lemon flavours that follow through on the supple, slightly oily palate. Barrel fermentation in new small French oak barriques has provided nuances of cinnamon and cracked cashew nuts.

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