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2009 Lammershoek Roulette Blanc, P Kretzel, Swartland, South Africa

2009 Lammershoek Roulette Blanc, P Kretzel, Swartland, South Africa

White | Drink now | Lammershoek Wines | Code: 15215 | 2009 | South Africa > Swartland | Other Varieties | Medium Bodied, Dry | 13.5 % alcohol

Prices: 

Please Note:

Wines sold "In Bond" (including BBX) or EnPrimeur are not available for immediate delivery & Storage charges apply.

Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.

Bottle

£12.75

Case price (12)
£137.64 Saving £15.36

Bottle 12 x 75cl2cs

£89.64
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The Producer

Lammershoek Wines

Lammershoek Wines

Lammeshoek are an iconoclastic South African winery based in Paardeberg. They have 70-hectare of vineyards on granitic, sandy soils that incorporates some very old bush vines as well as more recent plantings. They also have room for olive trees, chickens and cattle.  Their winemaking philosophy is low intervention, with no new oak and minimal sulphuring. 

Their LAM range is from young vines and is intended as a fruit expressive introduction to the winery. The Cellar Foot range is where their creativity and novel approach is fully expressed.

The Grape

Other Varieties

Other Varieties

There are over 200 different grape varieties used in modern wine making (from a total of over 1000). Most lesser known blends and varieties are traditional to specific parts of the world.

The Region

Swartland

Swartland

After Stellenbosch, t, the west coast district of Swartland (25 miles due north of Cape Town, between the towns of Malmesbury and Piketberg) now ranks as the Cape's most exciting wine-producing district.

Settled initially by nomadic Khoikhoi from Namibia, the Dutch brought trade, vines and unrest to the region in the 17th century.

The British then transformed the area into the Cape's bread basket, viticulture being developed only more recently. This contrasts with an ancient geology which has brought a mix of shale, arenite sandstone and granite soils air-conditioned by the Atlantic Ocean nearby.

Chenin Blanc and Shiraz seem to do best, as exemplified by the wines of Eben Sadie and Mullineux.

Delivery Options

 



UK Wide

Standard: 2-5 working days - 9am-5pm

Specified Date*: 9am-5pm


* "Specified Date" is not available in Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, The Isle of Wight, The Isles of Scilly and some areas of Scotland.

Further Details


**Qualifying order value excludes tickets, vouchers and wines bought inbond

Order value per delivery address**:
Over £100 - FREE DELIVERY
Below £100 - £7.50







Premium Services

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Next Weekday or Saturday Delivery

£12.50

Pre-10am Any Day (not available on Saturday)

£15.00




Shop Collection

When selecting "Collection" at the check-out, please allow 3 working days for us to process your order from our central warehouses. We therefore highly recommend telephoning before you make your journey to check that your order is ready. Collection is available from our two shops in London  &  Basingstoke.



FREE




International

International Delivery to Europe & Rest of the World
Subject to a minimum order value of £100 excluding the delivery charge, per delivery address.

Please note: We are unable to deliver Spirits to the USA

All orders for delivery outside the EU may be liable to local duties and taxes for which customers are responsible. The local delivery agent in your destination country will contact you to arrange payment of these taxes

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Storage Details
 
Storage in BB&R Warehouses
 

  Wines bought from Berry Bros. & Rudd can be stored
in our temperature controlled warehouses.
We can only accept orders for unmixed cases.
Storage Charges:
£12.00 (inc. VAT)
per case per annum
Customer Reserves For wines purchased In Bond,
Duty & VAT charges become payable upon withdrawing from your reserves.
BBX wines can only be bought In Bond.
More information on wine storage
£10.20 (inc. VAT)
per case per annum
for Cellar Plan Members
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