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South African Wines


Simonsig Chenin Blanc

A burst of tropical and stone fruit aromas ranging from passion fruit and melon to yellow flesh peach. A beautifully structured palate with layers of grapefruit, pear and tropical fruits. Lively acidity contributes freshness and length making this an exceptional summer wine.


The Delicious Monster Blend

Notes of lemon, honey, grapefruit, and peach (light citrus notes throughout)) Medium acidity. Crisp and refreshing. Nice, easy finish.


Mbali Blend

Bright aromas of passion fruit, guava, melon, sweet lychee and honeyed tangerine. A weighty mid palate that extends into a lingering aftertaste of yellow plum.


Flu Du Cap Chardonnay

This medium-bodied Chardonnay is brilliantly clear with light straw yellow hue and green tints. Fresh citrus notes are prominent on the nose and it opens up into tropical fruit aromas and just a hint of oak spice.


Flu Du Cap Chenin Blanc

The nose is fresh with intense aromas of citrus, apples and a stone fruit with a touch of oak spice, carried through to the palate. The time spend on the lees adds to the creaminess and roundness of the wine. It has a lingering crispy finish.


Eagles Cliff Chenin Blanc

This wine has fresh, floral and tropical fruit flavours that linger well on the palate. Enjoy on its own or with your favourite dish.


Ioan Chardonnay

It has aromas of white peach, minerals and hints of almonds, hazelnuts and limes. The flavours are complex and layered, with touches of almond and biscuit brioche which combine with a wonderful purity of fruit and terrific length. This is a beautifully poised Chardonnay with perfect integration of oak and acidity.



Ardenskloof Pinot Noir Rosé

This Pinot Noir Rosé is unique as in the bouquet and palate. First you are hit with fields of roses and freshly cut ripe cantaloupe with a sweet hint of maraschino cherries and raspberries. On the palate you get fresh strawberries and raspberries with a hint of cantaloupe rind and essence of rose.

South African Wines




Wolf Trap Red Blend

On the palate it is rich, silky and elegant. A medium-bodied wine with smooth tannins, integrated acidity and a smoky, slightly charred, but very flavoursome finish


Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz

Mixed berries, dark chocolate undertones. Fruit-forward and sweet, with a clean finish.


M.A.N. Pinotage

This Pinotage shows pleasing aromas of mocha and roasted coffee beans, followed by juicy flavors of red berries, nutmeg and vanilla spice on the palate. The sweet fruit flavors of this medium-bodied Pinotage make it an ideal match for spicy food, pizza, smoked pork and flavorful venison dishes.


Fleur Du Cap Cabernet Sauvignon

This full-bodied wine has a ruby red color with aromas of ripe berries and cherries, and hints of pencil shavings ending in subtle oak spices. On the palate this well-balanced wine is velvety soft yet mouth filling with clean soft fruit and elegant oak spice with gentle tannins.


Fleur Du Cap Pinotage

This wine has a deep red color with crimson edges. On the nose it shows ripe fruit such as plums and a hint of black currant, finishing in oak spice. Full-bodied on the palate with ripe plum and other berries standing out.



Ardenskloof Petit Sirah

The bouquet of this beautiful Petit Sirah hits you with blackberries, spicy black plums and juicy blackcurrants and blueberries, combined with a hint of baking spices and peppery notes. On the palate, notes of blueberry preserves emerge then fresh blackberries and black plums with a strong pepper finish.


Ardenskloof Cabernet Sauvignon

Distinctive and pleasant varietal berry and oakwood flavours. Soft, ripe and mouthfilling. Medium to full-bodied wine. Elegant and lingering.


Ardenskloof Shiraz - Tannat

The first thing that hits your nose is a hint of violets with juicy black fruit such as black cherries, blackcurrants and spicy notes of cinnamon and cloves.

From the Press


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Emma Brown, Blogger - Oh My Goodness

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The Food Reporter

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