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Dry & fruity
Cape South Coast
Sauvignon Blanc

Land's End

Sauvignon Blanc 2019 (R91.50 Per Bottle, 6 Bottles)

R91.50 Per Bottle
R91.50 Per Bottle


Retail: R660
Not for persons under the age of 18

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  • Alcohol orders will only be delivered within 10 working days after the restrictions have been lifted.

Land’s End is surely one of the best-known brands to come from Elim. It was also one of the first, with Land’s End vines planted in Elim in 1996. Four years later, the first wine of origin Elim was released: a Land’s End Sauvignon blanc. Today Land’s End is produced by Du Toitskloof Winery in Rawsonville – using the grapes from Elim’s cool-climate region. The long day length and moderate temperatures during ripening results in unique varietal expressions, low yields and the achievement of true physiological ripeness at moderate alcohol levels with high natural acid levels that makes Land’s End a pleasurable drinking experience and adds to the ageing potential of our wines. Land’s End is an authentic Cape South Coast wine, owning and leading regional Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz in the world.

Product Features
  • Dry & Fruity white with a medium body
  • This classic wine exudes a bouquet of wild tropical fruit, intermingled with hints of flint and freshly picked herbs.
  • These flavours lead to a mouth-filling palate of ripe kiwi fruit and Cape gooseberry with a long mineral finish.
  • Enjoy with crayfish, oysters or sautéed asparagus spears.
Product Specifications
  • Region: Cape South Coast
  • Cultivar: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
  • ABV: 13.5%
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