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Intellego ‘The Story of Harry’ 2021


Chenin Blanc 78%
Chardonnay 22%

W.O Swartland (Paardeberg)
Soil: Granite
Alcohol Vol: 12%

In the vineyards
Planted in 2002 & 1999.
Farming: dry farm bush vines.
Exposition: east and southwest facing slopes.

In the cellar
40% of the Chenin Blanc fermented on the skins for 7 days destemmed. Pressed and aged in combination of old 228L French oak barrels and Foudre for 10 months. The Chardonnay fermented and aged in old 228L French oak barrels for 10 months.

Christian Eedes: Lemon, naartjie, orange, spice and some leesy funkiness on the nose while the palate is lean with snappy acidity and a saline finish. 90pt.

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“Our philosophy remains minimal intervention during the winemaking process and the wines are a celebration of the hard work done in the vineyard. For us it is intuitive winegrowing, an evolution through experimentation on small pockets of land selected in the Swartland Appellation.”
― Jurgen Gouws

Intellego Wines owner and winemaker, Jurgen Gouws, is originally from the Eastern Cape but now calls the Swartland home. He has worked with some of that area’s most celebrated names (Eben Sadie, Tom Lubbe, Craig Hawkins). Jurgen’s cartoonishly idiosyncratic labels are one of his hallmarks.

Jurgen favours a natural approach – think organic farming and minimal intervention (no yeast, acid, enzymes or fining; limited sulphur and filtration) in the cellar. He currently makes the wines at Annex Kloof on the Paardeberg.








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