GOLDEN APPLE, CUT CARROT GREENS, CLEAN MINERALITY Just an hour and a half west of Cape Town lies the up-and-coming appellation of Robertson and the heavy limestone soil which it shares with some of the greatest white wine regions (like Champagne or Chablis). And while the area doesn’t have the same renown as its chalky-soiled counterparts, the great wines of the region certainly hold their own. “Limestone Hill” greets you with a bouquet of juicy golden apples, leading into an herbaceous note, reminiscent of fennel or carrot tops. A few months of bâttonage add a richness to the chalky minerality and long and clean finish. Serving Suggestions: Oysters (fresh or steamed). Shrimp linguine w/ cream sauce.