The wine industry is highly dynamic, just like its products, and new entrants ensure that the journey into wine has no end in sight! So it should come as no surprise to hear that there’s “a new kid on the block”, and it plans to be big.
Skyline Late Harvest is a sleek, delicious and full-bodied wine, resplendent with tones of rich honey and fruit, and it comes in a magnificent dusk-coloured pack that sets it apart.
Inspired by a vibrant new generation with an uncompromising taste for the good things in life, Skyline Late Harvest is named for South Africa’s great cityscapes. And it was made in this image too.
This is a single varietal wine, best of its kind, made from only top-notch chenin blanc grapes. The fruit was harvested later in season when the natural sugars were concentrated in the fruit. So, no sugar is added, and it’s bottled at 11,2% alcohol. And as its label declares, this is indeed the finest gold reserve quality, a semi-sweet white wine to savour and enjoy.
Skyline Late Harvest offers a fine balance of sweetness and acidity, so a classic match with rich liver pate or parfait. It’s great with desserts too. Try serving it with cheesecake, crème caramel or baked custard; fruit-based desserts such as apricot and peach tarts and glazed fruit tartlets or pavlova. Or chill it and pour or mix with soda and serve on ice. It goes equally great with food and company.
Skyline Late Harvest is available at your favourite wine retailer at around R49,99 for the 750ml bottle and only R134.99 for the convenient three-litre bag-in-a-box.