Primordial Soup White

£7.50
  • Primordial Soup White
  • Primordial Soup White

Primordial Soup White

£7.50

AVAILABILITY: 26 in stock

Grape Viognier, Chenin Blanc, White Blend
Style Dry, White, Light Bodied, Aromatic, Easy Drinking, Floral, Fresh
Country South Africa
Region W.O. Western Cape
Volume 75cl
ABV 11%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan

 

Primordial Soup White is a versatile wine bursting with firm, fleshy fruit and notes of jasmine and white stone fruit. Its nuanced citrusy palate and tangy finish make it perfect for any occasion, from summer salads to fresh oysters.

About the Producer

Boutinot South Africa is driven by a passion for discovery and desire to capture the real essence of South Africa in every bottle. It was the simple love of Loire Chenin Blanc that first led Boutinot to South Africa in 1994, where they pioneered the wild ferment style that has now been adopted by many producers in this region.

Since then they have been exploring the country's amazing vineyards to make fabulous wines from specific sites and plots that scream location, location, terroir. A home-grown South African winemaking team of JD Rossouw and Ryno Booysen drive the energy and enthusiasm for expressing the loveliest wines from their country, along with Samantha Bailey's expertise in finesse. The key is knowing the characteristics of each plot, understanding the benefits each cultivar can bring, breaking rules and pushing boundaries. A combination of knowledge, a love of nature and science is used to create versatile, expressive and food-friendly wines from a country that has been making wine for 360 years.

Vineyard and Winery

100% old bush vines from Swartland's sandy, granitic soils, the powerful Southern sunshine makes sure the grapes reach their optimum ripeness. No irrigation is used in the vineyards and very little crop control is needed due to the age of the vines naturally restricting yield. All grapes are harvested by hand. Produced from only free run juice, part of the blend is naturally fermented and a tiny percentage in old barrels. The wine is left on fine lees for an extended period for greater palate weight and mouthfeel.

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Irene Blair

Husband’s favourite

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Gordon Wallace
Primordial Soup.

I don't drink any alcoholic beverages and and prefer water.

However this is the third or fourth occasion I have purchased these for guests at the Dinner table, and both the red and white are extremely well received.