Refreshing nose of grapefruit, zesty citrus, lime and some pear fruit. It has delicious tropical fruits, citrus and herbaceous notes on the palate in a fresh, clean style. Pair with seafood pasta.
Notes of cherry-kirsch, blueberry and sweet vanilla spice on the nose. It’s an easy-drinking red on the palate with a core of sweet cherry and cassis fruit and light oak spice.
The nose shows peach, citrus and white flowers. It’s broad on the palate with summer peach and sweet apricot flavours. Serve with light salads and cold meats.
South Africa continues to be a source of solid and affordable everyday wines, especially with varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz. This has fresh gooseberries, grapefruit, lime and subtle herbaceous notes on the nose. It’s fresh and vibrant on the palate with lively citrus, lime and racy acidity.
Chenin Blanc is South Africa’s signature white grape. It used to be called Steen. Straw-coloured with a nose of quince, oak and that smoky note when you strike flint stones together, it’s medium-bodied, dry, elegant and well-balanced.
Another amazing-value wine from South Africa. Dense purple colour with a smoky, earthy nose of blackcurrants; full-bodied and soft on the palate with plum and cassis flavours and a note of graphite. A true hamburger or pizza wine.
Reveals Bordeaux-like aromatics with just a whiff of sooty dry ink, characteristic of some older Cape vines. Classic piquant blackcurrant and green herbal flavours are supported by lightly astringent tannins and slightly prominent acidity. Well-integrated fruit, cinnamon, clove, fine oak and a trace of mocha on the finish.