Came across this great article here. We hoped you would be able to save the left over Haut Espoir somehow, but really now, is there ever any left? 1. Sangría If your wine isn’t very old, but you can start to taste the oxidation, add sugar. Sangría is a wine punch made from wine, fruit […]
Thanks to @AntonyStiglingh for the image above, awesome opener. The Farm has been a member of the SuperFans and Incogvino group for two years, and last Tuesday was our second Twitter tasting event. It was unreal. Loads of fun, tasting wines with many different folks remotely and just having a downright great time with all […]
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– Lindsay Callaghan - Click here for full review
As well as working towards biodiversity on their farm and in their winemaking; Haut Espoir also produces a beautiful range of wines with Rob creating different variations of buchu brandy and mead too.
– Franschhoek Tatler - Click here for full review
Haut Espoir, well known as being one of the most environmentally conscious wineries in the Franschhoek Valley, recently commissioned an artificial / constructed wetland to treat cellar effluent.
– Dax - Click here for full review
Do yourself a favour and go for a walk around the estate and see the work being done with the local fynbos (and enjoy the magnificent views at the same time).
– Jamie Who - Click here for full review
The smell is spicy and reminds me of poached plums. In the mouth it is incredibly smooth, with cracked peppercorns and even a bit of aniseed coming through.
– krisztinav - Click here for full review
Besides making good wine, the Armstrong family has based Haut Espoir on a biodiversity philosophy that includes allowing…vast tracts of land on the farm to revert to its original fynbos plant ecosystem.