Mont du Toit Kelder lies at the foot of the Hawequa mountain, Wellington, Western Cape, bordering Paarl, at the heart of wine production in South Africa, some 65 km north-north-east of Cape Town.
Twenty six hectares of vines grow on sunny, north and northwest facing slopes of weathered granite and Clovelly Hutton soils, with sandy loam in the lower areas.
“Die eed’le Wyn! Wie drink daarvan, die bly, voorwaar, ’n edelman.”
Mont du Toit is a producer of cult South African Mega Reds.
This wonderfully flossy wine combines an impressive structure with rich, concentrated flavours.
The Sunday Telegraph Magazine
The Mont du Toit from South Africa is breathtaking, subtle and velvety.
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.
Washington Post, USA
A quantum leap regarding wine needs to be mentioned. One of the most remarkable is Mont du Toit.
The top wines of the world,
And it paid off, with Mont du Toit wines achieving cult status in Germany
overnight..Or in Brillat-savarin speak, definitely better than sex…