Did you know? The name "56 Hundred" was the number of guilders originally paid for the Nederburg farm in 1791. Since then they have earned a reputation for producing quality wines, and this one is no exception.
On the nose expect juicy aromas of blackcurrant, plum, and a hint of dried herb. More of the same on the rich palate with great acidity, charred oak, and a finish that ends on a ripe wild berry note. This wine is our choice for your next smoky BBQ feast involving steak, lamb, and grilled vegetables.