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Meerendal Elemente Sauvignon Blanc


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The Elemente Sauvignon Blanc is a crisp and zesty wine that displays multiple layers of tropical fruit such as pineapple, passion fruit and mangos with notes of green fig on both the nose and pallet.

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White wine

Sauvignon Blanc

Crisp & Zesty

South Africa

Cape Town

Meerendal Elemente Sauvignon Blanc

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A crisp and zesty wine from South Africa

About this wine from

Cape Town, South Africa

Meerendal has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry, summers with a unique pattern of cool winds. Winters are cold and wet with an annual rainfall on the estate of a 780mm. Grapes are handpicked at 23 °Balling from a yield of 10 Ton/Ha. These grapes are sourced from multiple vineyards on the farm, to create a fruit expressive wine. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. The juice is fermented at 14°C with multiple yeast strains to create multiple layers of fruit and floral expressions.

Food matching

Wine and Food pairings

The ideal wine for seafood dishes, creamy pastas, cheese platters and fresh green salads.

About the winemaker


Only about 30 km north-east of Cape Town, the tradition of the Meerendal wine estate began as early as 1702, when Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel, son of Constantia founder Simon van der Stel, handed over the land, which was fertile but hardly used at the time, to Jan Meerland. When he died at sea in 1706, his widow Christina Stans took up viticulture and ten years later had already cultivated 60,000 vines. Gradually, more and more wheat fields were planted with vines. Even today, they still adhere to the preferred viticulture method of the time, the so-called bush training, in which the arrangement of the vines in even rows ensures that the available soil is used in the best possible way. Due to their low height, the sunlight reaches all the vines in the same way and with the same intensity, without them shading each other.

The details at a glance



Alcohol ABV

13,5% vol

Serving temperature


Aging Potential

Enjoy young


contains sulfites


0,75 L

Food Pairing

Cheese platter, Pasta, Salad, Seafood

Meerendal Elemente Sauvignon Blanc