Time Manner Place – Flagstone’s Ethereal Salute to South African Vinification

Simply put, Flagstone’s Time Manner Place is Pinotage decadence. A result of obsessive winemaking and characterised by its ravishing fruit, this premium expression of South Africa’s signature variety glitters with 5-star Platters’ Awards.



When Flagstone decided to make one of the most sublime wines in the world an exceptional single vineyard block high in the Waaihoek Mountains above the Breedekloof Valley, 700 metres above sea level, entrusted its berries to Gerhard Swart’s deft hands. This extraordinary block, planted in incredible soil right up against the slope of the mountain, produces Pinotage grapes so heavenly it’s an annual wrestle with birds and baboons for a share of the crop.

If you’re serious about producing premium Pinotage that’s going to be life changing for the drinker you need a deep well of dedication and bold vision. Flagstone are extremely picky about when a harvest is exceptional enough to have the grapes hand-selected for a Time Manner Place vintage. That fastidious selection is echoed in winemaker Gerhard Swart’s meticulous craft of Pinotage, an art for which he has earned the moniker, A Pinotage King. A title reflected in the slew prestigious awards the winery’s Pinotage claims each year.

The final selection process for Time Manner Place takes place while the wine matures in small 225L barrels at a constant, cool temperature. The barrels are tasted multiple times each year, carefully and deliberately to decide which of the barrels will be good enough to go into this exclusive, hand-crafted wine.

Time Manner Place is an impression of a year, related through wine about this small corner of the universe, it’s an unforgettable way to toast the festive season.

Time Manner Place is velvety and weighty red, bursting with unique character, intense aromas and smoky, spicy undertones, delivering a full whack of fruit enveloped in gentle tannins. It’s a wine that pairs with quintessential moments capable of transcending the prepositional phrases after which it was named. It plays on Flagstone’s love of poetry, linguistics and creativity and promises to linger with you long after the magical moment passes.
RSP: R950 per bottle from Flagstone Cellar Door



Genevieve MCC and Luddite set to sprinkle ‘feastive’ cheer

5,6 and 14 December

Get set for a ho-ho-happy time as Luddite Wines and Genevieve MCC pile Santa’s sled high and wing their way to Cape Town. The recognised duo will sprinkle a little Bot River goodness this festive season at three exciting events.

Shining their light for a region known by its credo of ‘real wine made by real people’, red-wine maestro Niels Verburg and MCC whizz Melissa Nelsen will team up with chef extraordinaire Matt Manning to present three very special food and wine extravaganzas.

The festive dinner events with Luddite and Genevieve MCC take place on December 5, 6 and 14.

The first two take place on a Thursday and Friday, where an exclusive gathering of just 20 lucky people will be treated to Matt’s dazzling One Ingredient Dinner, an interactive dining experience that showcases a hero ingredient over five courses. This time, however, there’s a special festive season twist. Chef-Santa Matt will pay homage to the decadent, nostalgic foods traditionally served around the table at this most happy time of year.

To book for one of these two evenings, go online to https://www.thechefsstudio.co.za/public_events/one-ingredient/ and make a reservation via the Dineplan calendar.

For the event on the 14th, it’s Niels’s turn to put on the Sommelier Santa suit and be joined by wife Penny en bubbly Melissa, aka “The Merry Elves”. This time, it’s a Grub-‘n-Vine takeover for a joyous five-course feast. An exclusive set menu will be presented, designed to showcase the excellence of the Botriver wines.

To book for this event click on https://www.grubandvine.co.za/events/vino-invasion-luddite-genevieve-mcc/
Or send an email to info@mattmanningchef.com.

The featured wines for the events will be the latest offerings from Genevieve MCC – the Genevieve 2015 and Genevieve Zero Dosage 2015, as well as Niels’s Saboteur White, Saboteur Red and famous Luddite Shiraz.
Extra wine will line Santa’s sled, so there’s plenty to purchase on the evenings too. Great opportunity to replenish the holiday vino collection, no?

Tickets for each dinner are R750 pp. Seating at Santa’s table is very limited so best book soon!

The Chef’s Studio and Grub & Vine Restaurant are located at 103 Bree Street, Cape Town.


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Roodeberg launches new Reserve wine in a stylish wooden crate

Roodeberg, the legendary South African classic, has launched a Reserve red blend in a stylish wooden wine crate just in time for the festive season.

A newcomer to the South African wine scene, Roodeberg Reserve 2017 was previously only available in selected international markets. The decision to expand Roodeberg Reserve’s availability also to local wine lovers, is one of the highlights of Roodeberg’s 70th anniversary celebrations.

“This refined wine bursts with red plum, blueberries, crushed herbs and tobacco leaf. Hints of dark chocolate and oak rise from the glass while the silky soft tannins complement the intricate layers,” says winemaker Louwritz Louw, who enjoys the wine with hearty meat casseroles and game dishes.

Meticulously crafted from Cabernet Sauvignon (48%), Shiraz (23%), Tempranillo (12%), Petit Verdot (7%), Petit Sirah (4%) and splashes of Cabernet Franc (3%), Merlot (2%) and Malbec (1%), the wine was matured for 18 months in a combination of new, second and third-fill French oak barrels.


Roodeberg Reserve with wooden crate and cheese board LR

The Roodeberg Reserve 2017 is available at selected Pick n Pay family stores nationwide at R149 – 99 per bottle. As an added Christmas bonus, you receive a stylish wooden crate, cheese board and luggage tag, when you purchase six bottles while stocks last.

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Vriesenhof Vineyards release new wines for a new decade

Vriesenhof Vineyards is getting in the mood for the new decade by releasing a full line-up of new vintages across their award-winning range.

The Stellenbosch farm, owned by rugby legend Jan ‘Boland’ Coetzee, produces a range of red and white wines which are “something to behold”, according to Coetzee, who made his first wine on the farm in 1981.

Vriesenhof’s newly released vintages are the Unwooded Chardonnay 2018, Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2016, Grenache Rose 2019, Pinot Noir 2018, Grenache 2018, Grenache Syrah Mourvedre (GSM) 2017 and the flagship red blend, Kallista 2016.

These wines were made in a more fruit-driven style, with the introduction of a larger percentage of new oak, according to Vriesenhof winemaker Nicky Claasens. “These are elegant and fruit driven wines which have a solid structure that will evolve beautifully over time,” he said.

The Vriesenhof Unwooded Chardonnay 2018 has beautiful aromas of citrus and gooseberries, with flavours of pear and white peach and a lingering lemon freshness. The Vriesenhof Chardonnay 2016, rated 92 by international wine judge Tim Atkin, has a lean elegance with aromas of almond and hints of white peach and pear on the palate, with a citrus finish after 12 months in French oak barrels.

A “vintage where nature has done all the work” is the Vriesenhof Pinot Noir 2018, which bursts with sweet red fruit, strawberries and dried apricot and ends with an earthy finish. This wine spent 12 months in French oak barrels.

With a bright ruby colour, the Vriesenhof Grenache 2018 shines in the glass. Floral, delicate and beautifully balanced with cherries and raspberry on the finish, it was matured in French oak barrels for a year.

The Vriesenhof Grenache Rosé 2019 has hints of grapefruit and cherries, with floral aromatics on the finish.

A South African classic varietal, the Vriesenhof Pinotage 2017 boasts a beautiful balance of raspberry and dark fruit, with tobacco and leather, with a lingering finish of sour cherries.

Claasens recommends the Vriesenhof GSM for those looking for accessibility and drinkability. “This Grenache-based blend with Shiraz and Mourvedre shows the diversity within our range.” It is a wine bursting with flavours of dark cherries, chocolate with beautiful savouriness and white pepper and a lingering finish of raspberries and leather.

The pride of Vriesenhof is the Kallista, and the 2016 vintage of this Bordeaux blend lives up to expectations. “It shows red berries and a firm minerality which flaunts its ability to age,” said Claasens. It finishes with pencil lead and spicy white pepper. Displaying its seriousness as a wine, it was matured as single varieties for 12 months in older French oak barrels, followed by another 12 months after blending. “The 2016 vintage was warmer in comparison to 2015, and we compensated by picking earlier to enhance the elegance without compromising on the fruit character.”

Look out for the soon-to-be-released Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, bottled as a rare single varietal for the estate, and which was awarded 94 points by Atkin.



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Savour festive cheer at Tryn – Steenberg’s vibrant new restaurant



Spoil your loved ones this festive season at Tryn, Steenberg’s vibrant new signature restaurant, where Chef Kerry Kilpin is treating her guests with spectacular 6-course Christmas and New Year’s Eve menus.

Dedicated to Steenberg’s 17th century founder, Catharina Ras, or Tryn as she was known to her nearest and dearest, the new restaurant is contemporary in spirit with fabulous food, bold accents and modern textures.

All the dishes on the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day menu have been specially created by Chef Kerry. First up is the ash crusted chevin amuse bouche to fire up the taste buds, followed by her famous grilled prawns, sustainable fish and grilled beef fillet all bursting with unexpected flavour combinations. For Christmas dessert, her chocolate torte is pure decadence on a plate with a selection of friandise bringing this festive feast to an opulent close. All the dishes are paired with a selection of fine Steenberg wines.

The Tryn New Year’s Eve Menu will keep you satisfied well into the night while you await the magic hour to sound in 2020. Delicious palate pleasers include Chef Kerry’s sumptuous tuna tataki, grilled prawns and impala loin. Dessert is a celebration of mango and lemon verbena parfait with all Chef Kerry’s mouth-watering trimmings, followed by a trolley stacked with fine artisanal cheeses.

The Tryn Christmas Menu is available at R1 850 including the wine pairings with each dish, or R1 450 without the wine. The price of the New Year’s Eve Menu is R1 550 with the wine pairings, or R1 100 without the wines.

For bookings, email info@Tryn.co.za or call +27 (0)21 7137178.


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Lozärn Wines, champions of carménère, produce a single-vineyard carménère as well as a rosé

Carménère Day is celebrated annually on 24 November.

Lozärn Wines, handcrafted on Doornbosch farm in the Robertson region, are the champions of the carménère grape variety on home soil.

In 2012, winemaker Salóme Buys-Vermeulen was enjoying a fine Chilean carménère with husband, Sybrand and a friend. She says it “was love at first sip”. This moment led to her planting a carménère vineyard in 2014. From this block Lozärn Wines produced the first single-varietal carménère in South Africa.

Lozärn Wines produces both a single-varietal carménère as well as a rosé carménère. The estate launched their maiden vintage 2016 in December 2017, with just 100 bottles, alongside a 100 per cent Carménère Rosé 2017.


Carmenere 2017

Only 2000 bottles of the Carménère 2017 have been produced. Redolent with cherry and purple plum notes, the profile deepens into darker fruit on the palate with mulberries and blackcurrant with soft, fine tannins. “The flavour of choc-mocha it develops from the wood contact is just exquisite,” says Salòme.

Site is the most important. We’ve found that it thrives in drier, warmer areas. Carménère doesn’t do well with large temperature differences between day and night, such as you find in coastal areas. Clay soil is also risky as it retains too much water and the soils are also too cool.

When it came to planting we decided to use the block in the farthest corner of farm with a high content of shale soil. We thought of it as more of a trial more than a success story. But it turns out that carménère loves the well-draining shale soils, and it thrives in Bonnievale’s warm and dry climate.

The Carménère Rosé 2019 has just been released to market. In even smaller quantities than the red, only 700 bottles have been produced. On this wine enjoy notes of candyfloss, strawberries and Pink Lady apples. “It’s a wine for the setting of the summer sun; pair with prosciutto, Brie and tapas, and good company,” says Salóme.

“In previous vintages we brought the grapes in separately for the rosé, but for 2019 I decided to draw off the juice from my red batch after three hours on the skins in the bid to create more intensity in the carménère red wine.”

Join Lozärn Wines this Carménère Day and raise a glass of the lost child of Bordeaux, which has now found a new home in South Africa.

The Carménère 2017 (R476.00) and the Carménère Rosé 2019 (R120.00) are available through http://www.lozarn.co.za as well as specific outlets.




Boplaas receives Five stars and title of Port of the Year from Platter’s wine guide

Boplaas Family Vineyards has received the coveted title of Port Wine of the Year in the latest edition of the Platter’s South African Wine Guide. The winery was also awarded its 19th five-star rating from the highly regarded publication.

The latest edition of the guide was unveiled in Cape Town on Friday. The colour of the guide’s cover was revealed as resembling the night sky of the Karoo – the very region that’s home to the small, family-owned enterprise in Calitzdorp – Boplaas’ star no doubt shone a little brighter. But more than this, news of a great achievement awaited.

This 40th anniversary edition of Platter’s features a total of 125 wines and one brandy that received the envied five-star rating. Among them was the Boplaas Cape Vintage Reserve Port 2017, which also shares the title of Port of the Year with Upland winery in Wellington.


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Significantly, this is the 19th five-star rating for Boplaas. The first to achieve this feat for the farm was the port’s 1991 vintage.

As with many of its predecessors, the 2017 vintage is no stranger to the winner’s podium. It received a rating of 95/100 from UK Master of Wine Tim Atkin, a Gold medal at Veritas; Platinum at Michelangelo and, Double Platinum at the NWC/SA Top 100 competition.

The wine was crafted from four old vine Portuguese varieties – Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barocca, Touriga Franca and Souzão. The fruit was hand-harvested at optimal ripeness. Fermentation took place in traditional lagares with intense manual pigeage to extract optimal flavour, colour and tannins. It was then fortified and matured for two years in old, large-format French oak barrels before being bottled, un-fined and unfiltered.
The latest vintage 2017 Boplaas Cape Vintage Reserve Port is available from the cellar door at R 290 per bottle.

For more information and orders visit http://www.boplaas.co.za, call +27 (0)44 213 3326, email info@boplaas.co.za or visit Boplaas in Calitzdorp.

Le Lude Wine Estate releases second vintage of award-winning cuvee

Leading Franschhoek Methode Cap Classique (MCC) producer Le Lude Wine Estate has released the second vintage of their flagship Le Lude Vintage Cuvee 2013.



Earlier this year, judges at the Decanter Wine Awards awarded Le Lude’s maiden vintage, the 2012 Vintage Cuvée with 97 points – a platinum award, the highest accolade yet to be bestowed upon a South African MCC.

Just over 3 000 bottles were bottled in 2013 and degorged earlier this year, with maturation at an impressive 69 months.



Emma Bruwer

“The long aging period has created a bubbly which has a slight nutty, brioche character, with subtle hints of bruised apple, grapefruit and lime leaves,” said winemaker Emma Bruwer. The soft mousse, and lingering acidity balance the linear and tight acidity that carries this fine example of MCC, which is made with 64% Chardonnay and 36% Pinot Noir grapes.

“We source parcels of the finest grapes from different terroir around the Western Cape, namely Robertson, Bonnievale and Franschhoek, this creates complexity in the final product.”

After being hand harvested in the cool, early morning, the grapes are packed into shallow picking crates and stored in the cold room to reduce core berry temperature before being whole bunch pressed. “The famous champagnes from France are made in the same way.”

What makes the Le Lude Vintage Cuvee different from its stablemates is that different quality fractions of grape juice are selected at pressing. “The Cuvée uses only high quality free run juice, Première Taille Deuxieme Taille.”

The juice is a cold fermented and a small percentage of the Chardonnay portion is fermented in third and fourth fill French oak barrels, while the large majority is fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks.

“The final blend is made up from various parcels that were kept separate throughout production. This allows for unique terroir characteristics to be expressed within the blend.” In a process which was pioneered in South Africa by Le Lude, the second fermentation which happens in the bottle takes place under crown cap to control the rate of gas exchange and ensure optimal ageing.

“We have high hopes that our Vintage Cuvee 2013 will follow in the footsteps of our exceptional 2012,” said Bruwer.

The wine retails at R1195 per bottle at cellar door and on their newly relaunched website: http://www.lelude.co.za



KWV’s exclusive Centenary highest rated product in Platter’s 2020

KWV’s Centenary, the rare and once-off limited connoisseur brandy, received a near-perfect score of 99/100 in the Platter’s by Diners Club South Africa Wine Guide, making it the highest-rated product in this year’s Platter’s 2020 guide.


KWV The Centenary

The Centenary was crafted by KWV master distiller Pieter de Bod and his team and includes some of the very first brandy made by KWV in 1926, along with brandy from the only barrel rescued from a fire that razed KWV’s historic cellars in 1942. The balance is completed with KWV’s rarest brandies with an average maturation period of 37 years. Only 100 bottles of this limited-release brandy were launched as part of KWV’s centenary celebrations in 2018. It is the most exclusive brandy ever produced by KWV, and at a price tag of R100 000, it is also the most expensive South African brandy ever made.


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Pieter de Bod

In the guide, the Centenary’s score is supported with the following praise: “Combines ethereal, elegant delicacy with subtle intensity. Delectable sherry notes within its complexity, but so fresh. Mellow and deeply satisfying, reverberating endlessly.”


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For KWV Brandy orders, contact KWV Emporium on +27 21 807 3007/8 or send an email to wineemporium@kwv.co.za for more information.


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Platter’s by Diners Club launches the 2020 South African Wine Guide – The 40th Anniversary Edition of the Best-Selling Annual

Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2020 - colour Karoo Night Sky


Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2020 was launched at Cape Town’s Table Bay Hotel on 8 November 2019 with over 230 guests in attendance, the VIPs including the wine producers who achieved the maximum 5-star rating in the new edition. This accolade is reserved for wines that are “South African classics” and score 95 points or more on the internationally recognised 100-point scale.

In the 2020 edition, a total of 125 wines and one brandy achieved the coveted 5-star (95+ point) rating. Publisher of Platter’s by Diners Club, Jean-Pierre Rossouw, says: “Our warm congratulations to all! These represent the pinnacle of South Africa’s wines, as all were highly rated in the initial sighted review and then went into a second round of tasting where they were assessed against their peers. Since this second round was conducted blind (without sight of the label), the stringency of this model means that our 5-star wines truly proved themselves as being best-of-best.”

The ultimate Platter’s accolade, Winery of the Year, is now a trio of pinnacle awards, each saluting excellence in South African winemaking. Firstly, the Editor’s Award Winery of the Year for 2020 goes to Boekenhoutskloof Winery, as editor Philip van Zyl’s personal commendation of this stellar producer’s unrelenting focus on crafting wines that are not only superlative but also produced with enough consistency, depth and scale to be significant internationally.
Newcomer Winery of the Year recognises the cellar that records the best results as a first-time participant in the guide. This honour goes to specialist sparkling-wine producer Pieter Ferreira Cap Classique. While certainly no newcomer as a winemaker, Pieter Ferreira’s brand-new wine label is off to a flying start with a 97-point rating for his debut Blanc de Blancs 2012 méthode cap classique.

Picture 3 - Platter’s 2020 Top Performing Winery of the Year awarded to Mullineux Wines

Platter’s 2020 Top Performing Winery of the Year: Awarded to Mullineux Wines
Left to Right: Awarded by JP Rossouw to Chris and Andrea Mullineux standing alongside Ethel Nyembe (Head: Card Issuing Standard Bank) and Esh Naidoo (Managing Director Diners Club Pan Africa)

The Top Performing Winery of the Year award goes – once more – to Mullineux, giving this Swartland-based powerhouse an incredible and record-breaking fourth title as Platter’s Winery of the Year. In the new guide, Mullineux achieve a remarkable five 5-star ratings plus two Wines of the Year – their Granite Syrah 2017 and Straw Wine 2018.

Platter’s 2020 5-Star Wines
The 5-star wines (95 points and higher) in Platter’s South African Wine Guide 2020 are:

Cabernet Franc
Anthonij Rupert 2013
De Trafford 2015
Raats 2017
Cabernet Sauvignon
Erika Obermeyer Erika O 2017
Kanonkop 2015
Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection 2017
Miles Mossop CWG Auction Reserve Maximilian 2014
Rust en Vrede Single Vineyard 2016
Wade Bales Regional Series Stellenbosch 2017
Bosman Twyfeling 2017
Savage Follow the Line 2018
Grenache Noir
Sadie Soldaat 2018
Shannon Mount Bullet 2016
Thelema Reserve 2016
Beeslaar 2017
Beyerskloof Diesel 2017
Diemersdal Reserve 2018
Flagstone Time Manner Place 2017
Kanonkop Black Label 2017
Pinot Noir
Crystallum Mabalel 2018
Storm Ignis 2018
Storm Ignis 2017
Blackwater Cultellus Syrah 2017
Boekenhoutskloof CWG Auction Reserve Syrah 2017
Boekenhoutskloof Syrah 2017
Cederberg Shiraz 2017
De Grendel Elim Shiraz 2017
Dorrance Syrah Cuvée Ameena 2017
Gabriëlskloof Syrah on Shale 2017
Leeuwenkuil Heritage Syrah 2017
Mullineux Granite Syrah 2017
Mullineux Iron Syrah 2017
Mullineux Schist Syrah Roundstone 2017
Patatsfontein Sons of Sugarland Syrah 2018
Rall Ava Syrah 2018
Reyneke Biodynamic Reserve Red 2017
Rust en Vrede Single Vineyard Syrah 2016
Savage Red 2017
Super Single Vineyards Mount Sutherland Continental Syrah 2016
Van Loggerenberg Graft 2018
Red Blends, Cape Bordeaux
De Trafford CWG Auction Reserve Perspective 2017
Glenelly Lady May 2014
Hidden Valley Hidden Gems 2016
Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2016
Tokara Director’s Reserve Red 2015
Van Biljon Cinq 2015
Vergelegen GVB 2014
Red Blends, with Pinotage
Beyerskloof Faith 2015
Kaapzicht Vision 2017
Red Blends, Shiraz/Syrah-based
Erika Obermeyer Erika O Syrah-Grenache Noir-Cinsault 2018
Rust en Vrede 1694 Classification 2016
Saronsberg Full Circle 2017
Red Blends, Other
De Trafford Elevation 393 2013
Glenelly Reserve Red 2014
Rust en Vrede Estate 2016
Capensis Silene 2017
Hamilton Russell 2018
Jordan CWG Auction Reserve 2018
Leeu Passant CWG Radicales Libres 2014
Leeu Passant Stellenbosch 2017
Oak Valley Groenlandberg 2018
Restless River Ava Marie 2017
Rhebokskloof Sandstone Grove 2017
Richard Kershaw Clonal Selection Elgin 2018
Richard Kershaw GPS Series Lower Duivenhoks River 2018
Warwick The White Lady 2018
Chenin Blanc
AA Badenhorst Kelder Steen 2018
AA Badenhorst Dassiekop Steen 2018
Alheit Magnetic North 2018
ArtiSons The Mothership 2018
Axle 2018
Beaumont Hope Marguerite 2018
Botanica Mary Delany 2018
David & Nadia 2018
David & Nadia Hoë-Steen 2018
David & Nadia Plat’bos 2018
David & Nadia Skaliekop 2018
Gabriëlskloof Elodie 2018
Kleine Zalze Family Reserve 2018
Kruger Family Wines Old Vines 2018
Longridge Ou Steen Enkel Wingerd 2017
Metzer & Holfeld Montane 2018
Mount Abora Koggelbos 2017
Raats Eden High Density Single Vineyard 2018
Rall Ava 2018
Sadie Mev Kirsten 2018
Sadie Skurfberg 2018
Spier 21 Gables 2018
Stellenrust 54 Barrel Fermented 2018
Stellenrust Old Bushvine 2018
Thistle & Weed Duwweltjie 2018
Van Loggerenberg Kameradarie 2018
Grenache Blanc
KWV The Mentors 2017
The Foundry 2018
Sauvignon Blanc
Neil Ellis Amica 2018
Tokara Reserve 2018
Trizanne Signature Sondagskloof Blanc Fumé 2018
Anthonij Rupert Cape of Good Hope Laing Groendruif 2016
Rickety Bridge The Pilgrimage 2017
Ridgeback 2018
White Blends, Cape Bordeaux
Cape Point Isliedh 2018
Delaire Graff White Reserve 2017
Groot Constantia Gouverneurs Reserve 2017
White Blends, Other
B Vintners Harlem to Hope 2018
Leeuwenkuil Reserve White 2017
Mullineux Old Vines 2018
Rall White 2018
Sadie Palladius 2017
Sadie ‘T Voetpad 2018
Thorne & Daughters Rocking Horse 2018
Méthode Cap Classique
Bon Courage Jacques Bruére Cuvée Brut Rosé 2011
Le Lude Agrafe 2013
Le Lude Vintage Magnum 2013
Pieter Ferreira Blanc de Blancs 2012
Saltare Blanc de Noirs Cuvée Camille NV
Natural Sweet
Klein Constantia Vin de Constance 2015
Laibach 2019
Noble Late Harvest
Buitenverwachting 1769 / 2017
Tokara 2017
Vin de Paille
Fairview La Beryl Blanc 2018
Mullineux Straw Wine 2018
Boplaas Cape Vintage Reserve 2017
De Krans Cape Vintage Reserve 2017
KWV Cape Tawny NV
Upland Cape Tawny 2014
KWV 10 Year Old Vintage
KWV 12 Year Old Barrel Select
KWV 15 Year Old Alambic
KWV 20 Year Old
KWV Nexus
KWV Centenary
Van Ryn 12 Year Distillers Reserve
Van Ryn 15 Year Fine Cask Reserve
Van Ryn 20 Year Collectors Reserve
Husk Spirit
Dalla Cia 10 Year Old Celebration Cabernet


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