Arendsig - Single Vineyard Wines made with minimal interference
"All of my Single Vineyard blocks are terroir driven"
- Lourens
"It is important to keep every different clone and grapes from different slopes separate during harvest, as well as in the cellar. It provides more components for the winemaker to experiment with and the opportunity to make a wine with complex flavours."
˜ Lourens van der Westhuizen
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White-Breasted Cormorant
African Spoonbill
Haheda Ibis
African Sacred Ibis
Spure Winged Goose
Egyptian Goose
Yellow - billed Duck
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African Fish Eagle
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barthroated Apalis
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