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A sensational skin-contact white from the Badenhorst duo – this is bright and fresh like a white wine, but a little touch of extra texture and interest from the skins. Here, the whole bunches are loaded into the vat and the fermentation begins with the juice and the skins of the grape together, thereby giving a little extra weight, texture, and flavour to the wine.
This comes from a vineyard planted in the 70’s on an old dry riverbed – so they called it riviera to ‘sound fancy’ – and the wine is! There’s bags of character here, think grapefruit, pear, ginger and spice. There’s lovely weight to the palate, a tiny hint of tannin from the skins just giving some added complexity.
Adi Badenhorst is one of the super-stars of the new-wave of South African wine. Together with his Couisn, Hein, he owns a small 28 Hectare farm in Swartland on Paardeberg mountain. Adi is a true force of nature, and one of the most charismatic winemakers I’ve ever met – in a way these wines reflect their maker - bright, joyous, and full of character.
Swartland is a hot spot for talented young winemakers in South Africa. Drawn there by better land prices compared to the more famous Stellenbosch region, and a host of old vineyards with good age, producing small quantities of very-high quality fruit.
The Swartland region is hot, but what makes it unique is the mountain ranges that jut-out from the plains. This gives a cooling influence to the vineyards, especially at night, and enables the grapes to retain freshness. The soils on the Badenhorst farm are mainly granite, which for me always gives wines a sense of freshness and energy.
Farming here is fully organic, with a very soft touch in the cellar. Fermentations are all completed with wild yeast and the wines are matured in cement tanks and large old oak barrels, meaning the natural fruit character is always the star of the show without any influence from new wood barrels or winemaking gimmicks.
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Free next day delivery Monday – Friday, when ordered before 2pm, (Monday-Saturday for London postcodes, please see map) on orders over £50 or £6 for all orders under £50 (Please note we use a next day service but cannot guarantee next day delivery)
We use Packfleet for all Londonwide deliveries and Parcelforce for all nationwide deliveries. You will receive tracking information via your phone or email once the package has been collected from us.
Our tote bags and prints are available for collection or delivery. Delivery is next day Monday – Friday and is £6 or you can come and collect from Peckham Cellars during our opening hours free of charge
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You can make an order of any size to be collected free of charge from our site at 125 Queens road, SE15 2ND.
Orders can be collected during our opening hours:Tuesday-Friday 5.30-11 pmSaturday 12-11 pm Please wait until you have received a fulfilment notification before collecting your order.
At checkout there is a box to write delivery notes. Please let us know if there are any instructions we need for finding your address, if there is a safe place to leave your package or if there is a specific time or date you need to your delivery for.
For local delivery we use collapsible cardboard boxes. We encourage you to reuse these for transporting or storing wine. Alternatively you can give them back to us on our delivery run or drop them into Peckham Cellars and we will reuse them. They are fully recyclable.
For nationwide we use double walled cardboard boxes with inserts to secure and protect the bottles. The inserts are made of recycled material and are compostable and the boxes can be recycled or re-used.
It is possible that wine may arrive damaged due to courier mishandling or the wine may be tainted or corked, but this is a very rare occasion.
However, if the bottle is damaged you’ll need to inform us within 7 days of receiving your package and then send us a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org of the broken bottle and the packaging. We can then arrange a refund for the cost of the bottle and shipping for you.
If you believe the bottle of wine is corked, you’ll need to get in touch within one month of receiving your package. Then just give us a call or email us to discuss the issue and we can take any steps to replace or credit the item. Tel. 0207 207 0124 email: email@example.com
If your package has not arrived or there is an issue with your delivery please contact us so we can try and rectify this and ensure you receive your package. In the case of an item not being delivered or returned to us we will offer a full refund.
We make every effort to supply goods as shown on our website, however occasionally we do have to substitute products for an alternative of equal or greater value, where a valid substitute is available. In the event this needs to happen, we will always contact you first to discuss and if you are not happy we will refund the item.