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Boland Cellar (PTY) Ltd.

P.O. Box 7007, 7623 Northern Paarl
Windmeul Road, 7646 Northern Paarl
South Africa
Telephone +27 21 8626190
Fax +27 21 8626190
info@bolandkelder.co.za

This company is co-exhibitor of
WOSA - Wines of South Africa

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Contact

Natasha Bosch

Phone
+27 82 323 2747

Email
natasha@bolandkelder.co.za

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Product category: wines from Paarl

Reserve Shiraz 2015

The grapes were hand harvested at approximately 24 to 25 degrees Balling followed by de-stemming and cold-soaking for 48 hours. Fermentation started spontaneously using the wild yeast on the skins of the grapes, after which commercial yeast was added. Alcoholic fermentation lasted for 14 days. After fermentation, the wine was left on the skins for an extended period (8 days), to ensure a softening of the phenolic compounds resulting in an elegant smoothness on the palate.
Further maturation took in first fill French oak barrels for 15 months.

This handcrafted Shiraz has layers of blackcurrant, wild berry and warm spices on the nose and palate.  Savoury ripe fruit is well integrated with French oak tannins.  Slow cold fermentation and longer barrel ageing add complexity and elegance to this robust wine.  A firm wine with good ageing potential.

Delicious with rich red meat dishes such as oxtail.

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Product category: wines from Paarl

One Formation Chenin Blanc/Sauvignon Blanc/Grenache Blanc

The winemaking was handled reductively, with small carefully selected batches of Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc and Grenache blanc separately fermented. The Grenache blanc went to third fill barrels for three months  to add to the complexity of the palate and the final blend left on the lees for another 2 months with regular batonnage before bottling.

This fresh expressive wine from selected vineyards shows layers of green apple, kiwi and gooseberry on the nose. Enjoy the well balanced lively green tropical and pear flavours that lingers on the palate with chicken, pork and seafood.

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Product category: wines from Paarl

Boland Cellar Reserve No1 Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Paarl - This handcrafted Cabernet Sauvignon has layers of ripe blackcurrant and spices on the nose and is well balanced with savoury notes on the palate. Slow cold fermentation and longer barrel ageing add complexity and elegance to this polished wine. A full-bodied wine with excellent ageing potential. Delicious with grilled beef or any red meat dishes.

Region
South Africa > Paarl

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 2.8 g/l   |   TA: 6.1 g/l

Blend
100% Cabernet Sauvignon

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Vintage
2016-2018

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Cabernet Sauvignon

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar One Formation Chenin Blanc/Sauvignon Blanc/Grenache Blanc 2019

Western Cape - An elegant wine with layers of peach, lime and litchi fruit and, through sur lie ageing, finishing in a layered, mineral style. Pairs well with linefish and prawn risotto.

Region
South Africa > Western Cape

Alc.: 13 % ABV   |   RS: 3 g/l   |   TA: 6 g/l

Blend
86% Chenin Blanc, 9% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Grenache Blanc

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Vintage
2019-2020

Designation
dry

Color
White

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Chenin Blanc

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar CappupinoCcinotage 2019

Coastal Region - The Boland Cellar Coffee-Style Pinotage delivers layers of dark prune, plum and sweet blueberry flavours with a prominent cedar French oak finish, reminiscent of Mocha Java. Due to the beautiful extraction of Pinotage fruit flavours, the oak was well integrated and delivered a wine with a creamy lingering finish.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Region

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 4.5 g/l   |   TA: 5.9 g/l

Blend
100% Pinotage

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Vintage
2019-2020

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Awards
Trophy

Primary Variety
Pinotage

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Pinotage 2018

Coastal Region - This elegant Pinotage shows layers of plum and berry fruit on the palate.An elegant wine with typical Pinotage flavours.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Region

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 3 g/l   |   TA: 5.7 g/l

Blend
100% Pinotage

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Vintage
2016-2018

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Pinotage

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Merlot 2018

Coastal Region - This elegant Merlot shows layers of fruitcake and cherry on the nose which follow through onto the palate. An elegant wine with typical Merlot flavours. Delicious with red meat roasts and stews - or simply on its own.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Region

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 5.7 g/l   |   TA: 5.5 g/l

Blend
100% Merlot

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Vintage
2016-2018

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Merlot

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Chardonnay 2019



Region
South Africa > Coastal Range

Alc.: 13 % ABV   |   RS: 4.2 g/l

Blend
100% Chardonnay

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Vintage
2019-2020

Designation
dry

Color
White

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Chardonnay

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Coastal Region - This crisp, fruity Sauvignon Blanc is characterised by juiciness, freshness and upfront aromas. It presents a medley of tropical fruit aromas with prominent litchi, pea and lime. An elegant wine with typical Sauvignon Blanc flavours. Delicious with meat carpaccio, seafood salads and fruit – or simply on its own.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Region

Alc.: 13 % ABV   |   RS: 5.2 g/l   |   TA: 7.4 g/l

Blend
100% Sauvignon Blanc

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Vintage
2019-2020

Designation
dry

Color
White

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Sauvignon Blanc

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Shiraz 2018

Coastal Range - This soft, elegant Shiraz shows layers of sweet blackcurrant fruit with a pronounced black pepper finish on the palate.  An elegant wine with typical Shiraz flavours. Delicious with oxtail and steak.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Range

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 3.9 g/l   |   TA: 5.8 g/l

Blend
100% Shiraz

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Vintage
2016-2018

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Shiraz

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Five Climates Chenin Blanc 2019

Coastal Range - This crisp, fruity Chenin Blanc is characterised by juiciness, freshness and upfront aromas.  It presents layers of lime, citrus and fresh guava aromas.  An elegant wine with typical Chenin Blanc flavours - a regional favourite.Delicious with chicken, curry or salads – or simply on its own.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Range

Alc.: 13 % ABV   |   RS: 4.2 g/l   |   TA: 6.3 g/l

Blend
100% Chenin Blanc

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Vintage
2019-2020

Designation
dry

Color
White

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Chenin Blanc

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar One Formation Shiraz/Grenache/Viognier 2016

Western Cape - An elegant red wine with hints of vanilla and white pepper on the nose. Prominent dark berry fruit, the soft spiciness and almond flavours combine with a touch of savouriness, lingering on the palate with balance and finesse. Pair with venison, beef steak or pork fillet.

Region
South Africa > Western Cape

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 2.5 g/l   |   TA: 5.6 g/l

Blend
81% Shiraz, 14% Grenache, 5% Viognier

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Vintage
2016-2018

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Shiraz

Product category: wines from Other South African wine cultivation areas

Boland Cellar Reserve No1 Shiraz 2015

Coastal Range - This handcrafted Shiraz has layers of blackcurrant, wild berry and warm spices on the nose and palate.  Savoury ripe fruit is well integrated with French oak tannins.  Slow cold fermentation and longer barrel ageing add complexity and elegance to this robust wine.  A firm wine with good ageing potential. Delicious with rich red meat dishes such as oxtail.

Region
South Africa > Coastal Range

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 3 g/l   |   TA: 5.5 g/l

Blend
100% Shiraz

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Vintage
2013-2015

Designation
dry

Color
Red

Wine Type
Still wine

Primary Variety
Shiraz

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Feb 12, 2020

New Melita Range & Boland Trees for Bees Pledge Fund to Support Honey Bees

Boland Cellar Launches Cause-related Low Alcohol Wine Range

As part of its sustainability strategy, Boland Cellar is launching a cause-related wine range in the low-alcohol category which will directly support the planting of trees that provide food and habitat for honey bees in South Africa.

The first of its kind for the wine industry, Boland Cellar’s Melita range is being launched in collaboration with The Bee Effect to raise and sustain awareness for the Cape and African honey bee species. The Boland Trees for Bees Programme, which will be implemented through the Greenpop Foundation’s Forests for Life reforestation project, has a specific focus on trees that are bee-foraging friendly to support nectar and pollen resources for honey bees. The collaboration also includes the launch of the Boland Trees for Bees Pledge Fund which will raise funds for the planting of bee-friendly trees.

The new Melita range will include a low alcohol Chenin Blanc (8% alc. vol.) as well as a Pinotage (8% alc. vol.) and will be in-store from March 2020. Being a cause-related brand focusing specifically on supporting honey bee foraging needs, Melita is a first for South Africa in the growing low alcohol category.

The name of the range, Melita, has its origin in ancient Greek mythology and is derived from the goddess Melissa who was regarded as the keeper of bees and honey-making. The Melissae is also a reference to all Greek priestesses who served the bee-keeping process. A more modern version of Melita, also of Greek origin, is as a girl’s name meaning “honey-sweet”.

The elegant label design was inspired by the collaboration between nature and winemaker resulting in a specific fauna and flora design representing bees’ forage flora, as well as the honey bee itself. The Chenin Blanc and Pinotage each have their own label designs that further accentuate the wines. The labelling will also share the story behind Boland Cellar’s commitment to planting trees for bees.

The collaboration with The Bee Effect gives Boland Cellar the opportunity of having the range endorsed by the organisation – the logo of which will also appear on the label. This makes the range easily distinguishable for consumers to know that their purchase directly supports a worthy cause.

In addition to a percentage of local and international sales of the Melita range contributing towards funds for the Boland Trees for Bees Programme, Boland Cellar commits to a minimum of 830 trees to be planted in 2020. Boland Cellar’s initial pledge as well as funds derived from sales, will only be used to plant trees that are of value to honey bees.

Says Eve Puttergill, founder of The Bee Effect: “We are absolutely thrilled to be part of the commitment Boland Cellarhas made towards our honey bees. As a founding partner of the Boland Trees for Bees Programme they are supporting our target to plant 37,000 bee friendly trees by 2025 at a value of around R4,5 million. We are also encouraging other brands to pledge their support. This will allow us to ramp up our efforts to address one of the key stressors – a lack of diverse foraging – threatening honey bee populations. “

Boland Cellar’s Anneen du Toit explains how the new range came into being: “The Melita range is our first entry into the low-alcohol category and we felt that creating a cause-related range would be the perfect match to launch into the market. There is a growing shift towards health and wellness which is influencing consumers’ choice of wine. There is also a growing acceptance of low-alcohol wines globally among the majority of health-conscious consumers which will start filtering into the South African market too.

“Then, of course, the protection of bees is currently very topical with a strong focus globally to re-establish and protect diminishing bee populations. Brands and corporate structures need to become more sustainable and add authentic value in our local and global communities. With this initiative we want to show our commitment to that, and we are truly excited that this innovative range can help to create sustained awareness for honey bees.”

Honey bees are a critical cog in the sustainability of ecosystems worldwide. Bees face a number of complex threats leading to their global decline, including habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation, climate change and changes to weather patterns, as well as pesticides and environmental pollution. The lack of forage available to honey bees is one of the major reasons for the decline in numbers and health. As pollinators for a variety of food crops they play an important role in sustaining agriculture and this is a cause close to home for Boland Cellar.

“We operate in an agricultural environment and working close to nature has given us a heightened awareness of the need to protect our finite and fragile natural resources,” explains Du Toit.

“We believe that making a contribution to conservation is not a choice but a responsibility we need to take up – not only for the sustainability of our company but also as a long-term investment in our planet’s future. Transparency has always been at the core of our business philosophy. We’ve decided to walk the talk when it comes to conserving natural capital by conceptualizing and launching the Melita range.”

The concept of natural capital is receiving growing attention. It refers to the world’s stock of natural resources, which includes geology, soils, air, water and all living organisms. Growing networks around the world are joining forces to create opportunities to develop funding for conservation as a means to return to humanity at a time when our collective natural capital is increasingly under threat.

Du Toit concludes that the Boland Cellar team envisioned creating a range that was not only cause-related, but which would capture the hearts and minds of consumers, and inspire them to be more aware of the critical necessity to protect honey bees: “We spent just over a year identifying a programme and partner that can support this objective. As our natural resources come under more pressure, consumers are becoming more environmentally sensitive. They want to know that their responsible purchasing decisions are making a tangible difference. With the Melita range, every bottle bought effects positive change. We are very proud that Melita can make a real difference towards conservation and the protection of our bees and natural capital.”

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About us

Company details

Built on the principle of collaboration, Boland Cellar has grown to become one of the largest producer cellars in South Africa. Through our ethos of working together with local farmers and growers, we bring together the finest grapes, talent and wine-making expertise from across the region, drawing on each to craft wines of true excellence.

Boland Cellar is a regional specialist with a long history of producing internationally-acclaimed wines.

From its humble origins, Boland has grown over 79 years to become an international producer of fine wine, competing on a global scale. Extensive prime vineyards across the Cape Coastal Region guarantee consistency in style and quality year after year, which, with collaboration, dedication and expertise, have led Boland Cellar to become one of South Africa’s top wine brands.

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