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Aromatics of grass clippings, lime, Granny Smith, fresh pears, hazelnuts and an herb bouquet. The palate is fresh and shows great intensity and persistence. It has orange/lemon zest notes with a welcome bitter component to counteract the fresh fruit.
Trizanne Barnard leads herself with both the coolness of a surfer and the drive of an award-winning winemaker and business owner. It’s fitting; she wears all those hats. For Trizanne, surfing has been a calming and humbling antidote to the roller coaster of life as a pioneering woman in the South Africa wine industry.
This yin-yang temperament naturally drives her winemaking style. It is perhaps thanks to harvests in Alsace, Bordeaux, the Rhône, and the Douro that Trizanne adopted the terroir-driven mentality of choosing specific sites based upon which grapes will be most suitable for the soil and climate. She is always looking for freshness, uniqueness and contrast, which she has found in the cooler temperature vineyards of Elim for Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon contrasted with the concentrated reds of the drier Swartland.