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Newton Johnson “l’illa” 2015 (375ml)

R154.00 inc. VAT
"Sourced from a 42-year-old vineyard out near Robertson, this unwooded Chenin is dried on the vine and sees very little oak. The result is fresh and focused, with citrus and crème caramel flavours and impressive acidity and palate length." - Tim Atkin MW, South African Special Report 2018

Newton Johnson “Resonance” 2017

R195.01 inc. VAT
"Vivid expression enveloped in a wealth of opulent aromas and flavours. Striking scents of lemony Cape May confetti bush, white asparagus, and Cape gooseberry ; broadened with rich nougat and the warmth of chamomile. Luxuriant texture with mealy/chalky grip and a dollop of fruit sweetness, is held by the clean acidity in to an enduring sheet of flavour in the finish." - Producer Note

Newton Johnson “Southend” Chardonnay 2017

R210.00 inc. VAT
"The 2017 Southend Chardonnay begins with classic expressions of lemon curd and spiced apple-pear notes with oak aromas and citrus blossoms. Medium to full-bodied on the palate, the wine has surprising depth and a great finish. This wine is unassuming at first but once on the palate, the wine shows its power and elegance. The acidic backbone is integrated with the oak and will allow it to age for the next decade. Where else can you find a Chardonnay of this quality from a single vineyard for under $20?!? This is a slam dunk." - Anthony Mueller, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Newton Johnson “Walker Bay” Pinot Noir 2017

R240.01 inc. VAT
"The Pinots from this house remind me of the Pinots from Brooks Winery in Willamette. They embody the terroir and expression from each site, which is uniquely integrated into each bottling. The 2017 Walker Bay Pinot Noir is focused on the tart, red-fruited nose with aromas of flowers, soft orange spice and oak. The palate is clean, fresh and focused with a wild berry note that floats about on the mid-palate that I really enjoy, and it ends with a focused and balanced finish with structure and finesse. Another great buy from the Newton Johnson house." - Anthony Mueller, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Newton Johnson Family Vineyards “Granum” 2015

R340.00 inc. VAT
"Wow, this is a focused Rhône blend. Showing more of its Syrah component on the nose, the 2015 Granum is elegant with black fruit and black spice. Medium to full-bodied, the wine is focused and balanced on the palate, with concentrated dark fruit expressions and a long finish, giving an overall impression of quality—impressive for the price. Buy this bottling now because the price will likely go up in the near future." - Anthony Mueller, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Newton Johnson Family Vineyards Chardonnay 2018

R365.00 inc. VAT
"The Family Vineyards bottling is a cuvée of three vineyards, two of them north-facing and one south. Fermented with full malolactic in 2018 because of high natural malic acid levels, this is youthful, weighty and complex, with assertive oak and a fine, chiselled, refreshing finish." - Tim Atkin MW, South African Special Report 2019

Newton Johnson Family Vineyards Chardonnay 2019

R365.01 inc. VAT
“[Family Vineyards Chardonnay 2019] hails from three separate parcels on, variously clay, granite and stony soils and is a wonderful expression of the quality of the vintage. Pear, wet stone and orange zest flavours are framed by 35% new wood, with low yields contributing concentration alongside the freshness and zip of the cool year.” – 95 points, Tim Atkin MW (South Africa 2020 Special Report)

Newton Johnson Family Vineyards Pinot Noir 2018

R435.51 inc. VAT
"The 2018 Family Vineyards Pinot Noir is matured for 11 months in 228-liter barrels. It has a well defined bouquet of red cherry and crushed strawberry aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with fleshy red berry fruit, fine acidity and a gentle, caressing finish that is very sensual. Recommended." - Neal Martin,

Newton Johnson Family Vineyards Pinot Noir 2019

R435.00 inc. VAT
“[Family Vineyards Pinot Noir 2019] is a seamless assemblage of four parcels - Sandford, Mrs M, Windansea and Seadragon...Wonderfully sweet and refreshing, it's an acidity-led cuvée in 2019, with remarkable vibrancy and focus, fine-grained tannins and top notes of rose petal and fresh lily. The 20% whole bunches add some tobacco and fresh earth notes.” – 96 points, Tim Atkin MW (South Africa 2020 Special Report)