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  • Wine
    Vin 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.
  • A pale, straw-like yellow colour with a bright green hue. The nose gives great tension and poise brimming with roasted almonds, sweet cashew, Turkish delight, lime zest, apricot and orange marmalade, wild honey and pineapple.
  • Wine
    The wine a deep purple colour with flashes of scarlet. The palate is gentle and the tannins fresh but rounded. The aromatics continue into the palate with added blueberry, a hint of roasted black olives and soft-spoken sweet spice.
  • Wine
    The wine displays a dark ruby red colour. It has a broad, succulent and silky palate with plenty of red fruit, smoky cigar box, roasted almonds and maraschino cherries. Fine, textured tannins on the finish.
  • Wine
    The wine has a bright hue with a golden straw colour. It displays a refreshing nose of bright pear and peach blossoms with subtle lemon meringue and notes of freshly rolled oats. Crisp apple and chalky citrus are infused with mild layers of Crème Brulé, spun sugar and floral potpourri.
  • Wine
    this wine has a striking, pale lime colour. The nose has pronounced tropical aromas of guava, passion fruit and melon with an interesting floral, potpourri twist. On the palate you can enjoy white peach, kiwi fruit and pink lady apple, underpinned by a delightful flinty freshness and delicate citrus finish. Full and fresh.
  • Wine
    An elegant fruit profile of cheeky cherries, subtle raspberry and spicy black pepper. All this is nicely supported by refined tannins and a soft finish.
  • Glden to light amber colour. It has a perfumed nose of bright pineapple, ripe apricot, honeyed marmalade and seductive rose petal.
  • Wine
    A brilliant wine from the Western Cape. A blend of Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Semillon, Grenache Blanc, Verdlho and Clairette Blanc. A very unusual blend but this is one of the best value wines we have tasted for some time!
  • Wine
    Mineral, fine and uplifting with bright acidity and fine tannins that lift the ripe Syrah fruit to a freshness and vitality seldom found in Swartland. The mean, slatey soils give further minerality to the palate which finishes long, broad and bright.