A spectrum of blackcurrant, mulberry, cedar wood and vanilla on the nose. Gentle presence of oak supports the structure of the wine rounding off the initial freshness on the palate.
De Nieuwe Haarlem, carries a legend filled with bravery, adventure and perseverance. As one of the VOC’s (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie) fleet it ploughed the oceans between continents at a time when the VOC was the world’s first and mightiest multi-national corporation. From the VOC’s headquarters in Amsterdam it transported high company officials to far-away colonies. When it floundered in bad weather and ran aground near Table Bay in 1647 the heroic crew’s survival and exploration of the vicinity led to the establishment of a halfway station by Jan van Riebeeck on April 6, 1652, that ultimately led to the founding of South Africa and the first vines being planted in the Cape.
Rich, Hearty Meat Dishes like Lamb or Venison Stew, Tomato and Aubergine Bake and Barbequed Meat.