2020 Cabernet Sauvignon

(1 customer review)

No one’s ever found a hidden gem by following the crowd. This cool-climate Cabernet breaks all the rules of the classic varietal. Full bodied, fruity, with a silky foundation of tannin and spice; it’s a must-try for any red wine enthusiast. Only 500 bottles produced.

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Shipping Globally January, 2021



100% Cabernet Sauvignon




Cape Agulhas, South Africa


These young vines are located in the flats just below the mountainside where the Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc are located. Planted in decomposed granite soil.


11 months in 2nd fill 300L French oak barrels


Deep garnet


Black cherry, plumb, and vanilla with hints of warm spice


Black cherry, plumb and vanilla are tied together with silky tannin and spice. The wine finishes with a lingering note of cinnamon.



Bottle size

750 mL

1 review for 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon

  1. Chris Eksteen

    Spicy notes on the tongue. Cigar box nose. One of the Cab’s I have enjoyed most in a long time. Sunday lamb roast found its companion!
    Tasted this wine for the first time sitting in a cosy Milkwood forest, made the experience worthwhile.

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Wines for the Wild


Harvested on the 27th of March, 2020 on a chilly, cloudy day at 23.6 degrees balling. Grapes were de-stemmed (not crushed) and moved to closed, stainless steel fermenter and inoculated with a Bordeaux style yeast. Pumpovers for soft, silky extraction took place twice per day for 10 days. At this point, free run wine at 2 balling was put in barrel to finish alcoholic and malolactic fermentation.

The CauseWildlife Impact

R300,00 from every case goes to the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary.

APSS provides temporary care to diseased, displaced, injured, oiled and abandoned marine birds with special focus on the endangered African penguin. Marine bird rescue, rehabilitation and releases part of the conservation management plan to stabilize and maintain population numbers.

Rehabilitation is a re-active but important intervention. Every single penguin saved through rehabilitation contributes to the conservation effort, to prevent the extinction of the African penguin.