Our first released video interview for the blog is with Marc Kent of Boekenhotskloof in Franschhoek, South Africa. Marc talks about the winery, the history and what motivates him and his team to make wines that taste great “even in the second half of the bottle”.
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The first settlers in Franschhoek around the late 1600’s must have known something about the soils and terroir as the location makes great wines and there is a french feel to the area. We visited Boekenhoutskloof and had a great interview with Marc Kent in their tasting room which overlooks green vineyards and mountains. Our favourite wine was The Chocolate Block 2014 vintage.
Porcupine sculpture. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Tractor Wheel. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Smiley vine post. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Stems on the trailer. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Grapes rolling off the machine. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Porcupine Spines at Boekenhoutskloof winery in South Africa. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Shaking the grapes. © Montager Productions Ltd.
Crushed grapes on the machine. © Montager Productions Ltd.
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