THE STORY BEHIND THE LABEL
Lime Kilns were a familiar sight on the West Coast in years past. These kilns were used to burn mussel shells producing lime which was then used for varied applications. The agricultural use of lime is well known for the treatment of acidic soils making them more pH neutral, essential for the planting of various crops, such as wheat and vines. With this beautifully blended wine, we return to the roots of our farming history and take note of the part that nature plays in crafting this fine wine.
|Wine||Wine Maker||Main Variety|
|Darling Cellars Lime Kilns 2017||Pieter Niel Rossouw & Maggie Venter||Chenin Blanc|