This flagship white wine made by Etienne Louw is named after the beautiful Anna De Koning, daughter of a freed slave who became the wife of the farm’s first owner Olof Bergh in 1676.
This barrel-fermented, single vineyard expression on limited release is a flag bearer for Chenin Blanc of Durbanville origin. Concentrated, elegant sweet melon fruit with honeyed almond, nougat, candied nuts and citrus notes on the nose follow through onto the palate. Richness derived from lees contact and barrel maturation impresses on the weighted, textured palate that has opulence well captured in firm acidity and a dry finish. Serious yet refined, powerful yet elegant.
Ph: 3.43, Alc: 12.59%, Ta:5.8g/l, Rs: 1.4g/l