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2017 Now finished: VIOGNIER, Eagle’s Nest. Constantia, South Africa

Bin:  175

Alcohol percentage:  13.5%


Constantia is due south of Cape Town, a wealthy area full of beautiful houses and gardens, with a few top quality vineyards in between.

Grape variety:

100% Viognier; picked by hand, chilled overnight, gently pressed, fermented and matured in French oak (20% new), for 6 months.


From their website:
“Eagles’ Nest is cradled in a secluded valley high up on the slopes of the historic Constantia mountain range, which forms part of the World Heritage Site, Table Mountain. The farm’s origins can be traced back to 1836 when it was used as a refreshment station between the area now known as Wynberg in the east, and the harbour of Hout Bay in the west. In order to make this journey, travellers had to cross the mountain pass, now known as Constantia Neck.
In 1984, the 38ha farm was purchased by the Mylrea family. After devastating fires that raged through the Cape in the summer of 2000, the farm was mostly destroyed, except for the historic buildings. Being part of the world famous Constantia Valley, known for its award winning wines, we decided to plant the farm with varieties that best suited the unique terroir of Eagles’ Nest.”

Old Bridge rating:

Ripe but delicate. This is top-class Viognier, a true rival to the best of the Rhône.


£23.75 per bottle in a mixed case of 6 bottles
£22.50 per bottle in a mixed case of 12 bottles

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