March 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Morningside Country Club, Tennis Section
R50 for the tasting evening
Raithby Road, Stellenbosch
Winemaker/Owner – Nick Gebers
Nestled at the foot of the Helderberg Mountains, between Stellenbosch & Somerset West. The site of the original Post Office for the local missionary station of Raithby it still boasts its nostalgic red post box.
One of the deepest, darkest coloured wine you find.
Grapes are handled with gentleness.
Harvested into small fruit bins, checked and sorted.
Lightly crushed and destalked / basket pressing.
Natural yeast fermentation.
No refining or filtering.
The names of our wines derived from philately. This postal theme has been taken a step further by naming the wines either after famous stamps or philately terms. Each one with it’s own unique name & history.
Stamp of Chenin
(2002 Trophy Wine Medalist)
Black Mail Merlot
Bulls Eye Cab Sauv
The first observation made about Post House wine is often the colour. These are perhaps some of the darkest, deepest coloured wines to be found. This is a result of a combination of the terroir and vinification process.
The cellar only produces a small quantity of wine and assumes a hands-on and conscientious approach at each step. With creativity, the whole wine package is fine-tuned.
Interference is kept to a minimum during the wine making process. Therefore, the grapes are handled as gently as possible. The grapes are harvested into small fruit bins, where they are checked and sorted before being lightly crushed and destalked.