Ian Naudé worked for a number of years at a renowned Stellenbosch estate before his enthusiasm inspired him to synthesise his approach and create his own brand. Choosing the name Adoro – in Latin, ‘to adore’ – he decided to base the cellar in Stellenbosch and opted against vineyard ownership, turning instead to relationships fostered over the years with growers of high-quality grapes. This is when Ian began mentally composing the wines.

Naudé White is Ian’s unique blend of Chenin Blanc, Semillon, and Sauvignon Blanc, represented on the label by the convergence of three circles forming a complex whole. Land art of the same composition was also created at the vineyard.