When making wines for the Sixty40 White Blend, the aim is to introduce an element of softness and accessibility to the wines.  Harvested at 22 degrees Balling, the grapes reached the cellar in perfect condition to ensure cultivar flavours were retained.  Yeast strains that highlight fresh varietal fruit characters were selected to ferment the juice between 12 and 15 degrees Celsius for a period of twenty days.

The final blend resulted in a balanced fresh and fruity wine, suitable for everyday enjoyment.



This easy-drinking white blend, consisting of approximately 60% Chenin Blanc and 40% Sauvignon Blanc, expresses a fresh fruit-driven style with peach, lime and tropical litchi fruit flavours.

Delicious with white meat dishes – or on its own.


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The Boland Cellar Sixty40 blended range is named for the proportions of the Boland Cellar’s leading varietals blended in each wine. The Sixty40 range offers easy-drinking wines that showcases Boland Cellar’s blending skill and experience.

The wines are fresh and fruit-driven with softer tannins, resulting in popular wines which are ideally suited for everyday enjoyment.


Vineyards are situated in the Paarl region with varying climatic zones from where grapes were selected for our Sixty40 Red Blend.

The grapes were selected from two different regions in Paarl, namely the Paardeberg and the cooler coastal area around Philadelphia.

The grapes ripened at different times, illustrating the diversity of temperature between the two areas. Grapes from the Paardeberg area’s shale soils have a longer hanging time before reaching physiological pip and skin ripeness.  The temperature of these soils is cooler due to higher clay content and contributes to fresh fruit flavours.

The farms in the Philadelphia area, situated approximately 10km from the ocean, produce grapes with herbaceous flavours that have a naturally high acidity due to the granite soils on which they grow.