Winery: Aslina by Ntsiki Biyela

Aslina White Wines

Product.Nr.: 6009900-1

Winery: Aslina by Ntsiki Biyela

EUR 74,90 RRP EUR 80,40 you save 6.8% (EUR 5,50)
incl. 19 % VAT

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  • weight 6 kg

product description

Aslina by Ntsiki Biyela Sauvignon Blanc 2019 Aslina by Ntsiki Biyela Chardonnay 2019

3 x Aslina Sauvignon Blanc 2019

3 x Aslina Chardonnay 2019

A bright fruit Sauvignon Blanc with lots of citrus characters. Lemon zest, a bit of orange peal and some minerality.   Aslina Chardonnay is a complex fruity chardonnay, creamy and full. Partial wooding gives this wine the edge and to show the beautiful tropical fruit and limy character. Good acidity balancing the fruit and wood. 
13,5 % | 5,3 g/l TA | 3,3 g/l RS 13,5 % | 5,9 g/l TA | 2,2 g/l RS
Appellation: Aslina Selection
Ingredients: Wine
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Net quantity: 4,5 l
Importer: Vin Africa Barbara Lehr e.K., Beethovenstr. 3/13, D-69168 Wiesloch
Origin: South Africa
 

Ntsiki Biyela

 

Aslina is a wine company owned by Ntsiki Biyela who is the first black woman winemaker in South Africa. Aslina is the name of her late grandmother who was and is her inspiration. Ntsiki Biyela grew up under her grandmother’s guidance and care.

After 13 years of being a winemaker and ambassador of Stellekaya wines, Ntsiki Biyela continued her journey of inspiration by starting her own brand. This followed the collaboration she has been doing with a Californian winemaker which was a brain child of Mika Bulmash from wine for the world. Ntsiki has consulted in France, making wine under Wine makers Collection in Bordeaux. 
She grew up in Mahlabathini, a rural village in Kwazulu Natal, and matriculated from high school in 1996. Having spent a year as a domestic worker, she was awarded a scholarship to study winemaking in 1999. She graduated in 2003 with a BSc in Agriculture (Viticulture and Oenology) at Stellenbosch University and joined Stellekaya the following year. Ntsiki was crowned Woman Winemaker of the Year in 2009 and has been the finalist for two consecutive years for The Most Influential Women in Business and Government.

She has received extensive media coverage throughout the world, including features on CNN, the front page of the New York Times, CNBC, SABC (multiple shows), Good Morning America, Classic FM, SAFM, Ukhozi FM and more. 
Ntsiki is involved in the judging of competitions in the wine industry – for example, SAA wine selection, Diners Club Winemaker of the Year competition, IWSC (International Wine and Spirit Competition) and the Nederberg Auction, to name but a few.

Finally, she sits on the board of directors for the Pinotage Youth Development Academy, which provides technical training and personal development for young South Africans in the Cape Winelands, preparing them for work in the wine industry. The programme offers them the unique opportunity to emulate her own considerable success

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