The 2021 Chapter One is light-bodied and 100% Cinsault, with 60% whole-bunch and concrete egg fermentation contributing to what is an exciting, energetic wine of verve and spicy freshness.
The 2021 Chapter Two is pure Swartland Chenin from 50-year-old Paardeberg vineyards. It's elegant, with florals and shy fruit leading to a savoury palate. Precise and on point in 2021.
From Bottelary in Stellenbosch, the 2021 Chapter Three is straight Chenin Blanc from a 34-year-old vineyard. Exuding attractive stone fruit, it's more open and inviting than its sibling above, with hints of hay and spice. There's a pithy end to the palate and a refreshing, grippy bite. Pure, rich, and mineral.
The 2021 Chapter Four is a serious, Bordeaux-like 100% Sauvignon Blanc that continues where the 2020 left of. It has amazing aromatics of white fruit, granadilla and buchu fynbos. From a 33-year-old Stellenbosch vineyard, Chapter Four is one for the long-haul, with a focused, acid backbone.