Classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc that leaps from the glass with citrus and passion fruit. Full flavoured and satisfying to taste with that crisp, refreshing Marlborough finish, and all at only 9.5% alcohol.
This Portugese wine from the Carvalhais team in the Dao region has lively, compelling aromas of strawberries, blackberries and plums combined with balsamic nuances. It is medium-bodied, with round tannins and a balanced, lively acidity, which make this an extremely appealing wine that can be served as an aperitif or with main courses.
BARGAIN PRICE A balance of purity and power, Riesling (43%) brings line and structure, Pinot Gris (37%) adds texture and Gewürztraminer (20%) delivers fragrance. Overt florals, ripe pear and spice and creamy textured. Finishes with long, fine acidity. Off-dry in style, great to accompany Spicey Chinese, Thai, Indian etc.
Newton Johnson Felicité chardonnay has steely aromas of fresh lime and the soft, fruity nuance of peach blossoms. Sumptuous texture in the mouth, integrating bracing acidity in to a refreshing finish. Fabulous value for a delicious wine.
Fabiano have produced a charming and well structured red wine obtained from partially dried grapes in Verona. The wine has delicate aromas of ripe cherries and sweet spices. The palate is rich, with intense cherries and berry fruit, good length and soft tannins. Amazing value!
This organic wine from the Odfjell team is a bight Ruby-red in colour. Red-fruit aromas recall strawberries and plums, along with notes of licorice and anise. All this comes through on the palate with perfectly balanced ripe tannins and a long, refreshing finish.
This lovely Biodynamic Merlot from the Odfjell team is deep red in colour with hints of violet. The nose is concentrated and deep, with aromas of cherries, figs, violets and white fruit aromas such as apricots and pears. The palate is long, complex and juicy with soft tannins. These wines are easy drinking and fantastic value !
This Carmenere from the Odfjell team has a medley of aromas from blackberry and dark chocolate, to more savoury, meaty notes. The palate displays ripe dark fruits, but also coffee and liquorice. The ripe present tannins offer a solid structure and the layers of complexity keep your attention. The finish is both elegant and enduring.
This Syrah from the Odfjell team has super ripe fruit that manages to combine great depth and richness, with clear and precise underlying acidity. The influence of oak underpins that dark blackcurrant and blackberry fruit and sweet spice. Rich and powerful but still softly textured, this wine is another triumph for Chile. Terrific value !
This beautiful wine is a bright straw colour. Complex aromas of citrus and white fleshed fruit with chalky and spicy notes. In the mouth it’s concentrated and fresh with great texture and depth and a long crispy, and slightly mineral, aftertaste. A super summer quaffer.
This vintage is a beautiful expression of the grape capturing the full flavour and potential that our terroir has to offer. It is a delicious example of cooler climate Chenin Blanc fermented in concrete and stainless steel tanks. Dry, fresh and delicious!
We love the Botanica wines and this Merlot is just delicious. The deep garnet colour hints at it being a big wine and it is. On the nose, aromas of brambles, dark choclate and mint notes. These follow through on the palate and the fleshy fruit is supported with firm tannins and lovely fresh acidity.
Jean-Michel Dupré is the fifth generation winemaker, now assisted by daughter Cindy, on the outskirts of Beaujeu, the market town that gives its name to the region. His Beaujolais has always been made with minimal intervention to preserve the natural vibrant fruit character.
The first plantings of Chardonnay at Paul Cluver date from 1987, just a year after the Cluver family established the vineyards at the De Rust farm, and in doing so becoming the first winery in Elgin. On the nose this wine shows citrus and winter melon notes with some lightly toasted brioche in the background.
Clairette Blanche is a variety that has a very long history not only in Stellenbosch, but in South Africa. Sadly due to popular demand of other varieties, a lot of it was ripped out. Luckily this little block in the Polkadraai is still in the ground and is said to be one of, if not the last block in Stellenbosch.
This super, traditional style Montepulciano d` Abruzzo from the brilliant team at Farone has it all going on. Classic blackberry and bramble aromas which follow through on the palate. It has savoury notes and is a lovely `generous` wine with surprisingly hefty structure. We think you will defintely be won over by its charms.
Dog Point is a vibrant, perfumed Sauvignon Blanc characterised by freshly squeezed citrus and dried herbs. The wines juicy palate and fresh acidity upfront is followed by a soft, round texture. The quality and
The `Break a Leg` rosé made by Lukas Van Loggerenberg is made from Cinsault from just two barrels of juice. It is a finely-textured wine, ripe and round with gorgeous softness, one of only a few such South African dry rosés. The quality shines through in this serious wine and more than stands up to some of the pricier southern Rhône versions.