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Darling Cellars

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Darling Cellars De-alcoholised is a range of varietals where the focus is on fruit-driven, varietal true, value for money wines.

A light yellow with a hint of green in colour; flavours of ripe tropical fruit, yellow peaches and gooseberries are complemented by a fresh acidity and lingering finish.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

0.5 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

22.0 g/L

pH

3.52

ACIDITY

5.8 g/L

ORIGIN

South Africa

WINEMAKER

Maggie Immelman

VARIETY

Sauvignon Blanc

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Darling

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vinification details

On arrival at the winery, grapes were crushed and destalked before 14 days’ fermentation at 14-15°C. The grapes and juice were handled reductively to prevent oxidation and lock in fruitiness. Post-fermentation, it was left on the lees for 2 months to add complexity. The wine was then de-alcoholised by way of a gently spun cone technology. This was done under vacuum and at a low temperature to ensure that the product retains its distinctive body, colour and flavour.

Green credentials

Accredited Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) estate.

Tasting video

Winemaker Pieter-Niel Rossouw presents Darling Cellar’s de-alcoholised range of wines. Watch here.

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