NOTHING TO DECLARE 2010The grapes for this wine; “Nothing to Declare 2010” were handpicked from exquisite Swartland and Voor Paardeberg vineyards, pressed in a basket press, barrel fermented using only the natural yeast present on the grapes, no additives (except for a little bit of Sulphur), aged for one year in older barrels and blended and bottled in January 2011. It's a blend of Chenin blanc and something very interesting. The Story
To have nothing to declare could mean one of two things: a. I'm doing something illegal or b. I choose to withhold information from you. As with all BLANKbottle wines, it means the latter. "Nothing to Declare 2010" - a blend of Chenin blanc and a very interesting varietal. Let's leave it at that for the time being.
The wine is a winter white made in an oxidative way (exposure to limited amounts of oxygen in the early stages of winemaking). The result: a big, round and spicy wine. Perfect partner to spicy dishes.
TECHNICAL ANALYSISAlcohol Vol% = 14 Total extract g/l = 24 Residual sugar g/l = 3.1 Sugarfree extract g/l = 21.9 Total acid g/l = 6.1 Volatile acidity g/l = 0.44 FREE SO² mg/l = 13 Total SO² mg/l = 101 pH = 3.45Technical InformationVintage: 2010How to order
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