Short Story Collection – The Six Flowers

Youthful but full on taste with a complex mouthfeel and long aftertaste.



Clear, luminous with green tints.


Aromas of citrus and flowers (violets) with spicy undertones of aniseed and cloves.


Youthful but full on taste with a complex mouth-feel and long aftertaste.



More Information & Tasting Notes

This wine highlights the story of Maria Marais, the resourceful and feisty young widow who took over the building of the Estate’s manor house after the death of her husband Charles, in 1813. The home was completed the following year and is now a national monument.

As a tribute to her children she personally created and placed six flowers representing her five children and herself in the Manor House’s gables. Still relevant today, these six flowers represent the current generation’s restoration of Renosterveld vegetation that was common among the vineyards in the 1800s.

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