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Boschendal The Pavillion White

Boschendal The Pavillion White

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Boschendal The Pavillion White: A Refreshing Journey Through South Africa

Uncork a taste of South Africa with Boschendal The Pavillion White, a versatile white wine that offers a delightful balance of fruit, freshness, and subtle complexity.

Tasting Notes:

  • Appearance: Boschendal The Pavillion White showcases a pale straw hue with lively green reflections, hinting at its youthful vibrancy.
  • Nose: The initial aroma bursts with a bouquet of fresh citrus fruits, predominantly lemon zest and grapefruit. Delicate floral notes of honeysuckle and a touch of white peach emerge as the wine opens up.
  • Palate: The first sip confirms the promise of the nose. Crisp acidity balances the sweetness of ripe citrus and orchard fruits. Hints of melon and pear add a touch of juicy complexity. The finish is clean and refreshing, leaving a lingering note of citrus zest.

Food Pairing Recommendations

Boschendal The Pavillion White's versatility shines when paired with a variety of dishes:

  • Seafood: The wine's acidity complements the delicate flavours of grilled fish, shellfish, and sushi.
  • Salads: Pair it with a light, summery salad with a citrus vinaigrette for a refreshing combination.
  • Goat Cheese: The creamy texture of goat cheese creates a delightful contrast with the wine's acidity.
  • Spicy Dishes: The citrus notes and crispness help cut through the heat of spicy Asian cuisine or curries.
  • Appetisers: Serve it alongside light appetisers like bruschetta or vegetable skewers for a delightful start to your meal.

Grape Varietals and Winemaking

Boschendal The Pavillion White is typically a blend of Chenin Blanc and Viognier, two South African favourites.

  • Chenin Blanc: This grape variety contributes refreshing acidity, citrus notes, and a touch of minerality to the wine.
  • Viognier: Adding body and weight to the blend, Viognier offers floral aromas and hints of stone fruits.

The winemaking process emphasises preserving the freshness and fruit character of the grapes. Gentle pressing, cool fermentation temperatures, and minimal intervention allow the natural characteristics of the grapes to shine through.

The History of Boschendal

Boschendal, meaning "wooded valley" in Dutch, boasts a rich history dating back to 1685. This historic estate, nestled between the Simonsberg and Drakenstein mountains, is one of the oldest continuously operating wineries in South Africa. Boschendal The Pavillion White embodies this heritage, offering a taste of South Africa's unique terroir and winemaking traditions.


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