Reaffirming its position as one of South Africa’s leading producers, Paul Cluver Wines has won acclaim recently on the international and local front. Situated in the cool climate Elgin Wine Valley the producer received top recognition from the International Wine Challenge competition as well as the 2019 National Wine Challenge / Top 100 SA Wines.
The Paul Cluver Noble Late Harvest 2017 was one of only three wines to receive a score of 96 by the judging panel of the International Wine Challenge competition, which saw South Africa bring home 13 Gold medals. A total of 49 countries entered wines in this competition, which is regarded as the world’s most rigorously judged wine competition, judged by 400 experts from 38 countries over two weeks.
On the local front Paul Cluver Wines received top recognition for four of its wines at the 2019 National Wine Challenge / Top 100 SA Wines. The Paul Cluver Seven Flags Pinot Noir 2017 was awarded a Grand Cru Award for Best in Category as well as a Double Platinum and place on the Top 100 list of SA wines. Sharing the spotlight was the Paul Cluver Estate Pinot Noir 2017 and Paul Cluver Seven Flags Chardonnay 2018, who were also each awarded a Double Platinum as well as a Top 100 winner. Double Gold went to the Paul Cluver Sauvignon Blanc 2018.
“We are thrilled with these recognitions as we see the hard work in continually improving our wines coming to fruition,” say Cellar Master Andries Burger.
For more information on these award-winning wines visit www.cluver.com.