Alheit, Cartology Bush Vines Western Cape 2019
Alheit, Cartology Bush Vines Western Cape 2019 is a beautiful and complex wine that is sure to please even the most discerning palate. Made from 100% Chenin Blanc grapes, the wine is fermented with natural yeast and aged in old oak barrels. The result is a wine that is both elegant and powerful, with flavors of citrus, honey, and spice. The wine is perfect for pairing with a variety of foods, from light appetizers to hearty entrees. It can also be enjoyed on its own as a refreshing aperitif or digestif. If you are looking for a wine that is both delicious and thought-provoking, Alheit, Cartology Bush Vines Western Cape 2019 is a perfect choice.
Alheit Vineyards is a family-owned winery located in Hermanus, South Africa. Chris and Suzaan Alheit founded the winery in 2010, and they are both passionate about making wines that express the unique terroir of the Western Cape. The winery's vineyards are planted on old bush vines, which are ungrafted and sustainably farmed. The wines are made with natural yeast and aged in old oak barrels. The result are wines that are both elegant and powerful, with flavors of citrus, honey, and spice. Alheit Vineyards has won numerous awards for its wines, including the Wine Spectator Grand Award in 2015. Cartology is a blend of Chenin Blanc and Sémillon grapes. The name comes from the idea that the wine is a map of the Western Cape, with each grape representing a different region. Cartology has been praised by critics for its complexity and balance receiving the scores of 95 points from Tim Atkins, 18 from Jancis Robinson, 94 from Vinous.