Following a 3-month aspirational campaign, Going Places, it was written in the stars that Benguela Cove would be rewarded for their tenacity to succeed.
Benguela Cove debunked the belief that cool climate wine regions are only best suited to Pinot Noir and white cultivars and shined with two National Champions on the podium for their Cabernet Sauvignon and the Merlot.
The owner of Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate, Penny Streeter OBE, has won yet another award. At the South African Chamber of Commerce Awards, Penny Streeter OBE won the Business Woman of the Year Award on 15 May 2019.
The 2017 vintage had laid a few gems in the Benguela Cove crown with the Catalina Semillon 2017 taking the lead in the 2019 SA Platters Guide. Scoring 92 points in the 2019 Prescient Cabernet Sauvignon Report, the newly released Benguela Cove Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 has joined these ranks, highlighting that this cool climate estate can do the King of Grapes justice with balance, power and finesse.
9 April 2019: The long-awaited SA 2019 Platters five-star achiever, Benguela Cove Catalina Semillon 2017, was launched with great fanfare at the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate this past weekend. Following suit was the estate’s new artisan range, Vinography, sharing the platform with the estate’s latest vintage releases. The tasting was ruled by a distinguished 2017 vintage, the year in which the wine cellar was completed, celebrating a huge milestone for Benguela Cove.