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This wine pays tribute to Johann Graue’s son Arnold. Graue Sr., who bought Nederburg in 1937, played a key role in improving viticultural standards in South Africa. Like his father, Arnold introduced many technical innovations and was renowned for his wine-making prowess. He died tragically at 29 in a light aircraft crash.
• Bouquet: Layers of green figs, asparagus and minerality, very well-integrated with wood.
• Palate: Fresh, crisp and zesty with a creamy texture.
• Food Suggestions: Excellent with seafood such as fresh oysters, crayfish, calamari, prawns and mussels, chicken and pasta dishes, vegetables and fresh summer salads.
• Maturation Potential: 5-7 years.
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