The word klippen is a geographical term for an outcrop of rock, whilst kop in Afrikaans translates as either a hillock or a head.
The fruit was sourced from 35 specially selected grape growing families in the Robertson Valley. Vines are grown in deep alluvial soil that is rich in lime and receives an annual rainfall of only 280mm per year. The Chenin Blanc vines are planted on the riverbanks with a row direction from the northwest to southeast to utilize the prevailing sea breeze.
Full bodied wine with powerful varietal flavours of pineapple, granadilla, melon and green apple. It has plenty of tropical fruit on the bouquet and the palate is quite well-bodied, more citrus fruit in character and has a lovely refreshing, crisp finish.
Gets on fine with an Indian korma with coconut and mild spice or even a curry pot noodle!