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... vines and economics: mixing their own spays from their compost is massively cheaper than buying expensive manufactured chemicals.
1. Organic White 2014
87% Sauvignon Blanc, 13% Semillon naturally fermented in stainless steel.
Clear with a lemon hue. Rich and grassy nose with some wet stone. Smooth with that soft start again. Palate was citrus with some minerality and length.
2. Biodynamic Sauvignon ...
... felt so bad for her :( She was sneezing, coughing, and totally congested, having a hard time sleeping. Poor thing. I have to say that even though I made it out of Africa without a cold, as SOON AS we landed in NY I got a full blown asthma attack and have had it ever since. Amazing. Maybe I should move to Cape Town!!! Sounds good to me :)
... by all of the choices. We loved each of the wineries we selected, though, and, once again, the wine was delicious everywhere we went.
The first winery we visited was still refurbishing from a fire it had experienced a few months ago, so we had to walk through one of the wine production rooms on our way to a temporary tasting room. We have been on winery tours before, and seen wine production in action via machines, but this ...
Day 1: January 2, 2013 (afternoon)
We rented our car on the 2nd of January at 17.00. Finally it was cheaper to rent it with limited kilometers (200 km per day) for 8 days (Jan 2 – Jan 10) and pay for extra kilometers (ZAR 1,49 per kilometer). Gonzalo picked me up in the hostel and we left Cape Town.
We were happy and sad at the same time. On one had we had a wonderful time in Cape Town. On the other hand it is quite a big city which we ...
... points. Thanks to me needing to wash almost every article of clothing I had...I was wearing a maxi dress and sandals...not really hiking attire. But I made do, it just meant we drove to Cape Point instead of walking. At Cape Point there is a lighthouse and scenic lookout point. We were hoping to be able to see where the Indian and Atlantic oceans met, however they shift north and south down to the actual southern most tip, and we weren't able to see anything. However, it was ...