Boschkloof Patatsblanc Western Cape 2018

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200414

There are hints of greengage on the nose, and the savoury palate texture leads into a balanced and lingering finish. This blend of Colombard and Chenin Blanc offers a fabulous expression of the Montagu's distinctive terroir within the Klein Karoo region.

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Reviewer Score 95/100
Reviewer Decanter
SKU 200414
ABV 13.00%

Made by the truly talented Reenan Borman of Boschkloof Wines, Patatsblanc has been compared to Chablis for its classy, clean, lean, dry style. Unlike Chablis, (and more like the Mosel or Clare Valley) the soils are slate: giving terrific texture, and a distinctive, 'mineral', perhaps even salty tang. There are hints of greengage on the nose, and the savoury palate texture leads into a balanced and lingering finish. This blend of Colombard and Chenin Blanc offers a fabulous expression of the Montagu's distinctive terroir within the Klein Karoo region.

95/100 Chris Wilson, Decanter.com

Made by the very experienced Reenan Borman at Boschkloof Wines, Patatsblanc is very similar to Chablis for its classy, crisp, lean, dry style. With slate soils like those of the Mosel or Clare Valley giving excellent texture and a mineral or even "salty tang," greengage on the end a savoury palate leading to a lingering and balanced finish. The blend shows off the Motagu's terroir in the Klein Karoo region with Chenin Blan and Colombard varieties.
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