GOLDEN APPLE & CUT CARROT GREENS. CHALKY, CLEAN MINERALITY Just an hour and a half west of Cape Town lies the up-and-coming appellation of Robertson and the heavy chalky, limestone soil which it shares with areas like Champagne and Chablis. This example of the region’s best greets you with a bouquet of juicy golden apples, leading into herbal notes, reminiscent of fennel or carrot tops, and richness balanced by chalky minerality and a long, clean finish. Serving Suggestions: Oysters (fresh or steamed). Shrimp linguine w/ a garlicky, herbed butter sauce. Lemony asparagus, pea, & fava bean salad w/ fresh tarragon.