This challenge is met by:
Managing and controlling the process from the vineyard to the bottle.
Vinifying each varietal according to the envisioned style and always retaining true varietal character.
Making ongoing investments in wood and maturation facilities, ensuring that Douglas Green wines remain at the cutting edge of international wine styles, trends and techniques.
Our drive for quality demands talent and ambition from our well-synchronized and dedicated oenology team who pay careful attention to selection of yeasts and fermentation methods best suited for the ultimate varietal style required.
The culmination is in the blending of a myriad of regions to produce a wine of international standards that is definitely fruit driven, distinctly fresh, deliciously drinkable and unmistakably Douglas Green.
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Douglas Green Chardonnay 2016 has taken its place alongside the crème de la crème of global Chardonnay offerings after receiving a coveted Top 10 position and gold medal at the annual Chardonnay du Monde competition in France.
Ever at the forefront of global trends, Douglas Green has expanded its stable of quality wines and spirits in South Africa, to introduce its first authentic Spanish Sherry range. The range comprises of a Pale Cream, Medium Dry and Cream Sherry, each produced and bottled in Spain and fully imported for sale in the country under the Douglas Green brand.
South Africa joins global scavenger hunt to give Jack fans a chance to win a trip to the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg and be a part of Jack Daniel’s history.
Celebratory corks are popping at the historic Boschendal Estate with the Boschendal Brut Cap Classique awarded a Gold Trophy at the prestigious Vinordic Wine Challenge in Stockholm - Sweden’s only wine competition certified by the European Union and blind-tested by a qualified jury.
To save Chilean wine, producers head South
24/07/2017 - 10:51
Faced with increasingly inhospitable growing conditions, the Chilean wine industry is moving south and experimenting with new vines.
Brand Chenin as SA's wine specialty, says leading US commentator
24/07/2017 - 09:19
South Africa stands the strongest chance of making an impact in the US by linking its wine marketing message with a single varietal in the way New Zealand has done with Sauvignon blanc and Argentina, with Malbec. This is the view of Lauren Buzzeo, the recently appointed managing editor of respected publication Wine Enthusiast, based in the US but read worldwide.
Italian organic wine exports increase 40% in 2016
20/07/2017 - 11:08
Italian organic wine exports increased by 40% in 2016 compared to the previous year, reaching a market value of €192 million.
Liquor traders condemn tough new regulations
07/07/2017 - 12:39
The Western Cape Liquor Traders Organisation (WCLTO) has lambasted the provincial government for its new liquor regulations, saying they were part of the DA and Premier Helen Zille’s “agenda to shut down” black and coloured-owned businesses in the townships.
Why SA wine exports must move from bulk to brands
22/06/2017 - 11:59
South Africa’s wine industry must shift its emphasis from volume to value and from a production orientation to a market orientation. This is according to Anton Smuts, the newly elected chairperson of Vinpro. He shared his thoughts on some of the pressing issues that currently prevail in the industry with Jeandré du Preez.