Product Info

Kumala Cape Classic White

£5.99

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Description

  • Wine of South Africa
  • Fresh and lightly floral on the nose with hints of apple, white pear, pineapple and tropical fruit
  • Contains Milk
  • Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
  • Country of Origin South Africa
  • Wine of South Africa

Product Marketing

The name Kumala comes from a combination of local tribal dialects and means ‘to do things differently.’

Kumala keeps on going from strength to strength and is arguably producing the best wine it has ever made under the confident leadership of Bruce Jack. The reason for this is the close relationship between the grape growers and our top winemakers. South Africa’s wine producing area has 5 distinct regions, divided into 14 distinct districts. At Kumala, grapes are sourced from a number of these regions so that only the best quality is chosen. The grapes for Kumala Cape White were fermented in open stainless steel tanks for 2 weeks without any oak use. This helps to keep the wine really fresh and fruity. Recently awarded the title of Wine Personality of the Year at the Financial Mail Wine Business Awards, Bruce Jack is one of South Africa’s biggest movers and shakers making distinctive, stylish wines.

Preparation and Usage

This is expressed in the distinctive flavours of this wine that can be enjoyed either on its own or with fish cakes and Thai food.

Storage

To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.

Alcohol Information

Type Wine
Wine Colour White
ABV 12.5%
Units 9.4
Tasting Notes Fresh and lightly floral on the nose with hints of apple, white pear, pineapple and tropical fruit.
Storage Instructions This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year
Closure Screwcap
Country of Origin South Africa
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Grape Variety WhiteGrapeBlend
Vintage NV
Producer Kumala
Winemaker Gerhard Swart
Vinification The grapes for Kumala Cape White were fermented in open stainless steel tanks for 2 weeks without any oak use. This helps to keep the wine really fresh and fruity.
History Kumala keeps on going from strength to strength and is arguably producing the best wine it has ever made under the confident leadership of Bruce Jack. The reason for this is the close relationship between the grape growers and our top winemakers.
Regional Information South Africa’s wine producing area has 5 distinct regions, divided into 14 distinct districts. At Kumala, grapes are sourced from a number of these regions so that only the best quality is chosen.

9.8 UK Units per bottle
Please Drink Responsibly
UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly exceed
Men 3-4 units daily
Women 3-4 units daily
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