At Lammershoek most things happen as naturally as possible, with little human interference. Here they are committed to creating wines that reflect the unique terrior of the Paardeberg, just south of Riebeek Kasteel, which forms the heart of the Swartland wine region. Vineyards are farmed organically and most vineyards are also dry-land (un-irrigated). This philosophy continues in the chemical-free winemaking processes (except for a little sulphur). Lammershoek is now internationally known as a producer of ‘natural’ wines, which is rather rare and often misunderstood. This blend is mostly Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc, with smaller quantities of Clairette and Viognier. White stone fruit aromas are the first to emerge, with typical honeyed Chenin aromas pushing through after a while. It shows balanced natural acidity, which will allow the wine to age beautifully.