Produced and bottled on the Bergsig Estate this great African Ridge Sauvignon Blanc has a light golden hue. Accompanied by an inviting lively nose it displays appealing fruit with a hint of fresh-cut grass.
This well-structured wine has a powerful up-front full mouth feel and follows through with a lingering dry finish
Serve at 6° – 8° with white fish or shellfish. Chicken dishes and summer salads also go well.
Bergsig Estate is situated in the Breedkloof area of Breede River Valley in South Africa, about 110km from Cape Town. This is where the Drakenstein and Hex River Mountains meet. The farm was named “Bergsig”, meaning “mountain view”.
The Lategan Family’s roots in the South African winelands began in 1735 when Johann Hermann
Lategan settled in the Wamakers Valley near the current Bergsig Estate.
In 1843 Willem Hendrik Lategan moved to Bergsig and seven generations later, the proud tradition continues.
Bergsig has been in the family for more than 170 years.
The Bergsig ethos is, “future generations are the inheritors of this estate and therefore sustainable farming methods are priority.” The motto that “wine that doesn’t cost the earth” resounds within the family. Being an Estate, all the
wines are “grown, made and bottled” on the property.
The company combines modern equipment with a natural approach to wine making. The aim is
to capture the unique terroir of the estate in wines that are complex though elegant.