“Serendipity”, a term coined by Horace Walpole in 1754 to denote a “fortunate happenstance” or “pleasant surprise”, accurately describes this wine.

An intense love for good wine is what fueled Monique Breuer’s dream of one day launching her own perfect wine. Having the motto “let it go and let if flow” meant that she refused to be deterred by any obstacles along the way, and thus launched a four-year vinous journey culminating in the realization of her dream: the Serendipity Pinot Noir.

The tree illustration represents the winemaker’s love of nature, and the swallow symbolizes the winemaker herself – elegant and feminine, yet passionate and driven by the invisible “flow of Serendipity”, which gave her energy and strength to pursue her dreams with an open mind.