Travel to the heart of South Africa’s gorgeous Stellenbosch region, and at the end of your trek, you’ll find the Gabb family’s aptly named estate, Journey’s End. Renowned writer and Master of Wine Jancis Robinson calls Chardonnay their “strongest suit,” and Wild Child will show you why.
The name is inspired by the family’s winemaking philosophy. Crafted with biodynamically farmed fruit (think super organic), the wine was partially ‘wild’ fermented, meaning natural yeasts and minimal winemaker intervention. The goal of this approach is to let what Mother Nature intended shine through in fruit – and eventually your glass. Six months in fine French oak barrels frames the ripe lemon, pineapple, and mango flavors with delicate, toasty spice. A delicious match for roasted pork, chicken pot pie, or grilled veggie kebabs.
Lovers of rich, fuller-bodied whites will really go ‘wild’ for this beauty – order your share today.