This terrific new white with its appealing label is all about tasty refreshment, but also a secret weapon in the sustainability battle. It was made by the great Journey's End winery and sings with ripe stone fruits, pear and fresh, lemony zing.
This terrific new white is named after the Elephant Tree you see on the label. Adored by these great beasts for munching on, it is also cherished for its amazing ability to soak up carbon! Not even fast-growing bamboo can match it. The wine was made by the talented Leon Esterhuizen at the sustainable, community-minded Journey's End winery. It was awarded 'Drinks Business Ethical Company of the Year 2021' and also in that same year, the 'Water Management Award' for the second time. It's owned by the Gabb family, instrumental in putting South Africa’s wine on millions of dinner tables around the world during the past 30 years. Chill down well, this white makes mouthwatering refreshment on its own, or with salads or lightly spiced dishes.
"Love the label, love the wine – deliciously fruity and fresh. Long live the Elephant Tree!"
Becca Reeves Buyer for South Africa
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