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Les Coteaux Cabernet Franc 2011

Les Coteaux Cabernet Franc 2011

Mont du Toit Kelder

cabernet franc

Cabernet Franc

Etienne Barnard


P. J Geyer

W.O. Paarl
Situated on the foothills of the Hawequa mountain, overlooking Wellington.

Long and cold winter.

Weathered granite and sandy loam soils in the lower parts of the vineyards.

Age of the vines about 10 years. Grapes are handpicked and meticulously sorted to ensure only the best fruit is used for vinification. Juice stay on skins for up to 21 days after fermentation for elegance and structure. Matured for up to 12 months in mainly French oak barrels.



Ruby red colour. Intense aromas of raspberry, cherry and currant on the nose. Fruity flavours of red berry, raspberry and plum on the palate. A flavorful, medium bodied wine with smooth acidity, soft tannins and a elegant dry finish.



Alcohol:  14.18%
Residual Sugar: 3.2g/l
T/A: 5.5g/l
PH: 3.63

  • Mont du Toit is a producer of cult South African Mega Reds
    Daily Mail, London

  • This wonderfully flossy wine combines an impressive structure with rich, concentrated flavours
    The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, London

  • The Mont du Toit from South Africa is breathtaking, subtle and velvety
    Simon Hoggart, Wine Spectator, UK

  • Very complex but absolutely seamless, this is a beautiful wine and the one bottle I’d choose to exemplify the premise of this column. Sublime stuff.
    Michael Franz, Washington Post, USA

  • A quantum leap regarding wine needs to be mentioned. One of the most remarkable is Mont du Toit.
    Mario Scheuermann, The top wines of the world, Weincompass

  • And it paid off, with Mont du Toit wines achieving cult status in “Germany overnight..Or in Brillat-savarin speak, definitely better than sex...
    Neill Pendock, Sunday Times