Having a range called Clonal Selection, we often get asked exactly what a clone is – here are a couple of options:
Wine clones are like Dolly the sheep and her clone
Aliens invading Earth with genetically modified Cabernet Sauvignon replacement drinks
Clonal selection is a form of retaining the best surviving, more disease-resistant and most interesting plants. They are also selected for particular nuances or characteristics affecting their aromatic and flavour profiles.
Selecting the best clonal varieties for their terroir and the characteristics of the wine they want to produce is like a chef selecting the best local and seasonal produce to create his menu.
So what does each clone in our Clonal Selection range do? We’ve put together a list of the clones we use and what flavours they bring to our wines – you can download it now and use it as a guide when tasting – click here
- 6 bottle case of Kershaw Elgin Chardonnay 2017 – normally R3360 – special offer R3024
- 6 bottle case of Kershaw Elgin Syrah 2016 – normally R3120 – special offer R2808
- 6 bottle case of Kershaw Elgin Pinot Noir – normally R3630 – special offer R3267
- Mixed case comprising 2 of each – special offer R3033
These offers are available for direct customers only (no trade sales) – prices include delivery within South Africa.Please email email@example.com to place your order now
We hope you’ll enjoy our wines and discovering clones with us.
From the Kershaw team,