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Chenin / Sauvignon, Pulpit Rock, Western Cape

The state-of-the-art cellars of Pulpit Rock are situated on the foothills of the Kasteelberg Mountain in the Riebeek Valley in the Swartland region – the “pulpit” being a well known piece of the craggy background of these lands. There are two vast barrel maturation cellars including a 1,000 ton overall production capacity in the Brink Family cellars. Modern and innovative, these are winemakers unafraid to experiment. This plastic bottle is 100% recyclable, light and easy to carry, is produced with less energy than glass, is robust and will not break and being 1/10th of the weight of glass saved considerable C02 emissions in shipment from South Africa.