Boschkloof is one of the prime protagonists in the rejuvenation of South African wine as a distinct and unique country with it's own, thrilling identity. Winemaker Reenan Borman has been taking the winery to new heights since taking over in 2010. In his own words, "with a hands-off approach the wine really showcases its origin. As a winemaker it really is an honour to be working with this fruit." The approach is already paying dividends as his personal project, Patatsfontein Chenin Blanc, has been lauded by Christian Eedes as "being utterly true to the variety but also giving you the sense that it could come from nowhere else in the world."