The Danie de Wet 2008 Limestone Hill Chardonnay (Robertson) wine is of the Chardonnay variety from South Africa, produced within the Limestone Hill vineyard in the Robertson province. The cost is $17. This wine has a score of 80/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a dry, gently textured wine from the heart of the appellation. It has some weight and power from its wood aging and its structure. The fruit is showing with its green fruits and acidity that will allow the wine to age well. Drink from 2021.
The best grocery store in the northern end of the valley is here. It makes it easy to buy the best of the best wines. This is a sublime wine that’s full bodied, soft and smooth. It has a dense, dense structure of toast, mocha and flavors of black plum, blackberry and mocha. The tannins are so tight and the acidity is just right. It should age well. Drink from 2015.
There’s a touch of freshness in the mouth that lends freshness and freshness to the juicy red-berry fruits and acidity. It’s dry and somewhat austere, and the final acidity seems to add a sweet, slightly sweet edge. It should be drunk now.
This is a spicy, earthy wine with a rich, perfumed character that is balanced by the freshness of the fruit. It is a wine that is ready to drink now.
The soft and rounded mouthfeel is quite apparent. This is a inviting and elegant wine made from a mix of Cabernet Sauvignon, Touriga Nacional, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. It has a lightness and a supple texture that gives it a light and refreshing aftertaste. Drink now.
Aromas of dark plum, moist earth and a whiff of baking spice lead the way. The round, full-bodied palate delivers black cherry, mature black raspberry, clove and a hint of mocha alongside polished tannins. Give this a few years for the fruit to develop a richer honey character. Drink from 2019.
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