Since its founding in 1989, Mulderbosch Vineyards has widely been accepted as one of South Africa’s foremost wine producers. In 2011 Mulderbosch was bought by California-based investment company Terroir Capital with well known wine investor Charles Banks at the helm, who had long desired to invest in the Cape Winelands. Banks overhauled the winemaking and management teams, bringing in top winemaker Adam Mason who he had met several years earlier in the Napa Valley where Mason had worked a stint with highly regarded Napa winemaker Andy Erickson.
Taking Mulderbosch to the next level has seen significant improvements in both the vineyards and the cellar, with a strong focus on upgrading vineyard management practices and improvement of our grape sourcing program. As a valuable member of the greater Terroir Selections portfolio, Andy Erickson provides critical guidance with respect to winemaking and blending decisions, visiting Mulderbosch during both harvest and blending periods each year.
Although wine guide author John platter famously referred to the Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc as ”South Africa’s most celebrated Sauvignon”, Mulderbosch’s entire portfolio has consistently represented high quality wines of distinction for which it has gained an enviable track record. Offerings include the Faithful Hound Bordeaux-style blend, a varietal Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé, a Barrel fermented and lightly wooded style of Chardonnay, a Chenin Blanc sourced from predominantly old bush vines and a deliciously decadent Noble Late Harvest made from Sauvignon Blanc.
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