Waterkloof have brought out two new wines under the Peacock Ridge range – a Chenin Blanc and a Shiraz.
They cost R59 a bottle each, and are described as “rounder… and more fruit forward”.
Both wines come from old bush vines in the foot of the Paardeberg mountains in the Swartland and from the Helderberg region.
The winemaker, Werner Englebrecht, used wild natural yeast in the fermentation process.
These wines, from the “cellar in the sky”, are available nationally, alongside the Merlot and a Sauvignon Blanc, which were launched in 2011.
To celebrate the launch we’re giving away a mixed case of the Chenin and Shiraz.
First in with the correct answer to this question wins.
If the male of the species is called a Peacock, what is the female called?
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