South Africa

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  • Wine
    Now made by Werner Englebrecht at the Waterkloof Estate. This is a 30 year old vine Pinotage from Paarl. A thoroughly enjoyable, chuncky Pinotage thar sings South Africa.
  • Wine
    A low yielding site in Robertson produces the 100% Chardonnay needed for this excellent wine. A tiny amoung of oak but this wine is really about the bright mineral fruit and acidity.
  • VBin de Constance was one of the great wines of the early 19th Century enjoyed by Napoleon, Dickens and Jane Austen. 100% naturally sweet Muscat, peach, pear and tangerine.
  • Wine
    From the historic Klein Constantia Estate. An aromatic, sweet Cassis nose followed by a Cassis and Cocoa palate with elegance and finesse
  • A stunning Riesling from Elgin, with aromatic complexity, purity of fruit, and minerality in spades.
  • Wine
    A really excellent wine! From an historic site of old vine Chenin Blanc, rich, torpical fruit is balanced by clean acidity.
  • Wine
    From the Simonsberg district of Stellenbosch, a wonderful Pinotage Rose. Full of summer fruit flavours, it is crisp, fresh and delicious.
  • Wine
    One of the best South African Roses we have tasted. Subtle and serious, bone dry but with ripe fruit, pepper and spice. All with a delightful onion skin colour. Excellent value.
  • Grown on decomposed granite soils, situated on a gentle and cool southeast-facing slopes. Due to the higher altitude, the fruit ripens late and results in a wine that is rich, dense and complex.
  • Wine
    Produced on the poor soils of the Schrepenberg Mountain in Stellenbosch, a wine that possesses great minerality and structure. Chenin Blanc, Sauvingon Blanc and Semillon aged on lees and oak. Excellent tension of tropical fruit and mineral core.