Treve Ring covers the world of wine for Scout. An in-demand wine journalist, judge, speaker and certified sommelier, she has an alphabet of wine diplomas and a laser focus on Champagne. She has lengthy and diverse list of international writing credits, across both print and digital publications. In addition to her role at Scout, she is national managing editor of WineAlign, executive editor at Gismondi On Wine, BC editor for SIP Northwest Magazine, Canadian contributor for Meininger’s Wine Business International, and a regular contributor to Quench Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, Wine Enthusiast and The Alchemist, amongst other publications. Treve is an established wine judge in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. When not tasting at the Trevehouse, she is found on a plane or in a vineyard.
After soaking on the skins for five days and wild ferment, grapes are basket-pressed into stainless steel before a year in aged French oak. Alluring, engaging and enticing stuff; this is South Africa now!
A fine slick of earthy lees oils the bottom of the palate, while herbal lemon oil-laced acidity brightens the whole to a lightly grippy finish. You rock up to a party carrying one of these beauties and you are the party.