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Cederberg Bukettraube

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Cederberg Bukettraube FOOD & WINE Wine Club Cederberg Bukettraube
Winery Cederberg
Grape Bukettraube
Year 2011
Country South Africa
Appellation Cederberg

$18.00 $15.30 per bottle

Member Price: $13.77
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This lightly sweet South African white is made from Bukettraube, a rare German grape that’s incredibly fragrant.
What You Need To Know
South Africa’s wines have come of age in recent decades, with a dynamic generation of young winemakers—such as Cederberg’s David Nieuwoudt—pushing quality to new levels. Nieuwoudt is the fifth generation to helm his family’s 1893 estate, but only its third winemaker: Longtime cattle, tobacco and fruit farmers, the Nieuwoudts began making wine only in the 1970s. This Bukettraube is a terrific example of David Nieuwoudt’s penchant for experimentation. This uncommon German variety thrives in the cool evenings of Nieuwoudt’s vineyards, which are located in a wilderness preserve at nearly 3,500 feet above sea level.
Smell It
Smell It
Fragrant floral and citrus scents.
Taste It
Taste It
Fresh, soft and slightly sweet, with apricot and peach notes.
Serve It
Serve It
Well chilled.
Pair It
Pair It
Curries and light poultry or pork dishes, especially those with a bit of spice or sweetness.