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South Africa - Western Cape / 409

Kingpin White

The Kingpin governs his realm with an absolute authority. Drawn from the shadows by the seductive charms of a well-chosen wine, a relaxed bearing belies his formidable power. In this wine the Kingpin meets his match: a richly fuited smoothe red with oodles of luscious dark berry flavours and just a touch of oaky vanilla.

Verdejo, Sauvignon blanc and Chardonnay.
Still wine
Alcohol Graduation
Serving Temperature
Serve between 6-8 º C


South Africa is becoming one of the most interesting wine growing  areas in the world and especially with wines made from Sauvignon Blanc. Most of the vineyards of this variety are located in the western  part of the country, known as 'Western Cape'. Its location is perfectly suited to growing high quality Sauvignon Blanc  grapes, providing the ideal combination of growing areas from the  milder coast to the colder climate mountainous areas. These conditions give rise to wines of excellent quality, pleasantly aromatic  with an intense and expressive flavour.

Tasting Notes

Bright and straw coloured with greenish tints. Complex and subtle on the nose, there are peach and apricot aromas with hints of citrus and smokiness. Rich and mouth-filling in style, with moreish tropical fruit flavours, nuanced vanilla and nicely balanced acidity.

Food Pairing

Ideal as an aperitif but also goes well pasta, paella and all sorts of tapas, especially grilled fish, smoked hams and cheeses.

Technical Information

The goal was to create a distinctive style of wine by harnessing the qualities of three different but complementary grape varieties from several notable winegrowing regions in Spain. Fermentations take place in stainless steel tanks over 20-25 days at maximum temperatures of 15ºC. Once the vinification process is complete, the wine is left on its lees at low temperature for 2-3 months to develop secondary flavour characteristics. In the case of Chardonnay, the wine remains in French oak barrels for 3 months, with batonnage (stirring the lees) occurring several times a week.


2021 Mundus Vini: Kingpin White