The family name of the sunbird says it all: NECTARINIDAE. And just like the gathering of the sunbirds around nectar-giving flowers, so freinds toast to LIFE with this Late Harvest (Colombard White).
Each drop reflects the joyous sunlight of the Naute Valley.
How to serve: cold, with cheese and meat platter.
Colombar grapes grown in Omaruru, Erongo District, an ideal French variety for a desert country
The wines are dry, somewhat dusty, with a touch of smoke: in a nutshell – Namibian.
Colombard: We have about 2,8ha under production.
The Kristall Kellerei Colombard enjoys a good reputation: it is fresh and fruity, to be enjoyed during lunch!
How to serve: With cheese and meat platter. .
Besides the popular and successful Colombard variety, we are distelling a Cuvé red wine. This blend is called the “Paradise Flycatcher”, a bird that breeds in our garden and nests in our hearts. The difficult ripening process produces a dry, dusty and very special bouquet that reflects the climate and conditions.