From hillsides where lions once roamed, the vineyards of the Western Cape now flourish. Prevailing winds from the intersection of currents in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean blow over the land, across the rivers and mountain ranges that define the meso-climates and soils. Ngumu, the Swahili word for complex, is a series of wines that celebrates the terroir and winemaking traditions of the Western Cape. Sourced from sustainably farmed vineyards, Ngumu seeks to tell the stories of the land and for generations to come.
2016 Chenin Blanc, Western Cape - 11.99
The nose of this wine is layered with aromas of peach, nectarine, and a hint of floral sweetness. Tropical notes, orange, and white flowers end softly with a hint of minerality for a well-balanced palate.
2015 Grenache-Shiraz, Western Cape - 13.99
This wine is medium ruby red in color with a hint of purple tones. Aromas of sweet red berries, dried flowers, and a hint of spice make a full bouquet. On the palate, red currants, blackberries, and raspberries end with black pepper and a lingering finish. BLEND: 50% Grenache, 50% Shiraz