Du Toitskloof Wines


Quest 1 (Bordeaux Style) becomes flagship wine after Platter's rating

The recently-launched 39th edition of Platter’s Wine Guide shows that Du Toitskloof Wines are not only in the business of making great commercial wine, but produces exceptional boutique-style wines like the Quest Heroes Journey 1 (Bordeaux Style).

Heroes Journey 1 (2012) was awarded 92 points (4.5 stars) in this year’s Platter’s Wine Guide with an additional two gold medals awarded by Veritas Awards and Michelangelo Awards a couple of weeks ago. This elegant wine has a dark ruby colour and a nose bursting of blackcurrant, dark chocolate and vanilla characters. Floral flavours with a broad mid-palate and a long finish. The final blend was 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Merlot and 12% Petit Verdot and matured in first-fill French oak barrels for 24 months. To purchase for R160.00 click here.

5 stars = 95-100 points
4.5 stars = 90-94 points
4 stars = 86-89 points
3.5 stars = 83-85 points
3 stars = 80-82 points

We’re sharing only wines that was scored 80 points and more.

4.5 stars
Quest Heroes Journey 1 2012 (Bordeaux Style)

4 stars
Quest Heroes Journey 2 2012 (Rhône Style)

3.5 stars
Land’s End Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Land’s End Syrah 2015
Selected Vineyard Dimension Red 2015
Selected Vineyard Nebbiolo 2015
Hanepoot Jerepigo 2014
Red Muscadel 2015

3 stars
Selected Vineyard Pinotage 2016
Heritage PMR Blend (Pinotage, Merlot and Ruby Cabernet) 2016
Heritage Cabernet/Shiraz Blend 2016
Heritage Chenin Blanc 2018
Zola Cape Cuvée 2017
Dimension Chardonnay 2018
Cape Ruby Port 2013

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