In the vineyard, combinations of trellised and bush vines were used from all the different regions of the Western Cape. The weather during the ripening season was sunny and dry while the Atlantic Ocean had a cooling effect. The difference in region, age, soil and harvest date for the grapes produces a fruity yet complex wine.
The ripe grapes were then harvested and fermented cool to retain soft fruit character. They were then pressed before dryness to retain soft tannins and natural fresh fruit flavours.