Scrucap wines by LUX* Resorts & Hotels have been honoured by a feature in the world known John Platter wine guide. It is a great recognition by the South Africa’s first and still best-selling wine annual.
Guests of LUX* Resorts & Hotels staying in Mauritius, Réunion and the Maldives are being invited to ‘say farewell to corks and Old World wines and say hi to Scrucap, a collection of exclusive South African wines specially selected’ for the hotel group. Consultant Kent Scheermeyer says the aim is to offer ‘fresh, sexy’ wines that combine quality and value - a goal that should be met, considering the elite Cape wine sources: Paul Cluver, De Grendel, Steenberg, Winery of Good Hope and Mullineux Family.“It’s an incredible honour to receive these prestigious ratings.
The vineyards were made up of wines of fantastic quality, made by passionate and talented winemakers; this makes this feature more surprising and special for us. While I’m thankful for the acknowledgement, it’s also about the team back at the winery, and the skill and passion of everyone involved LUX* Resorts & Hotels” believes Paul Jones, CEO of LUX* Resorts & Hotels.
The Scrucap wines, by LUX* Resorts & Hotels have been consistently improving on quality, responding to the needs and tastes of its audience and having a strong appeal to a wide range of consumers. LUX* Resorts & Hotels’ vision to make each moment matter, and purpose to make people celebrate life, is inherent in everything they do and clearly resonates with all consumers regardless of age, gender or nationality. This, coupled with a quality benchmark that is always set high, means that the LUX* brand can be trusted.
The different Scrucap wines are:
3 Valleys Blend 2010
Chenin Blanc 2011
Pinot Noir 2010
Sauvignon Blanc 2011
Sauvignon Blanc 2011
Stellenbosch Blend 2011
Swartland Blend 2010
They have been rated from Characterful to Outstanding by the John Platter Guide. South Africa’s first and still best-selling wine annual, Platter’s Guide is the comprehensive, up-to-date and authoritative guide to who’s who and what’s what in the winelands. Featuring hundreds of producers, negociants and brands, and thousands of individual wines, Platter’s Guide packs everything you need to know about the South African wine scene into an informative and entertaining format. http://www.wineonaplatter.com/