Mick and Jeanine Craven met in 2007 while working a harvest as cellar hands in Sonoma. They took to the road to work, taste and learn as much as they could about what they shared a passion for: site-specific, honest wines.
They decided to return to Jeanine’s family base in Stellenbosch in 2011 to put their travels and experience into action and plant roots as Craven Wines. 2014 was their first commercial vintage. They quickly established themselves as Stellenbosch revolutionaries.
Scents of apples, nashi pear, struck match, pomegranate. Chewy texture, ribbons of puckering texture, juicy core and a while lots of flavour appears here this is way more about the ride the wine gives you. Clips a long at a fair pace, feels refreshing yet kind of serious too. It’s an instant ‘yep, would drink a bottle’ kind of feel for me. Does the variety justice, shows complexity and heaps of personality while remaining trim and refreshing. Nice one. 93 Points The Wine Front
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