Miss Lucy is one of the seven nicknames given to the Red Stumpnose by the fisherman of the Southern Cape. Like many other marine species, the Miss Lucy has been over-exploited and is now critically endangered. Created as an ode to the bounty of the sea, Miss Lucy can turn the many other delights safe to grace our tables, into a celebration of the ocean. Only a salty breeze and a sunny day can improve what is already a perfect match. This unique blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Pinot Gris bursts with citrus pamplemousse flavours and an ample mouth feel, yet remarkably moderate in alcohol.

41% Sauvignon Blanc
29% Semillon
30% Pinot Gris
6 t/ha
Robertson, South Africa

harvested at night in February 2015

juice settled without enzymes at -3⁰C for 3 weeks

20% of Sauvignon Blanc component was barrel

fermented in 2nd fill, and older, 600L barrels

21 days alcoholic fermentation

100 days on primary lees

all racking done under CO.

Stabilized at – 4ºC for 1-2 weeks

80 g/hl Bentonite fining

2.5-micron filtration on the estate prior to bottling
Alcohol: 12,5%
Acidity: 7,5 g/l
PH: 3,45
FSO2: 39 mg/l
Sugar: 1,8 g/l
Moderate summer with low night temperatures, cold winter
South Easterly (Summer)c