• Delicate floral tones, with hints of purple fruit and an attractive mintiness. Soft, ripe tannins with spicy oak nuances. Pairs well with red meat and venison. Also good with flavoursome vegetarian dishes.

  • In imagining The Abyssinian we took our cue from the masters of Burgendy and as expressed in the wines of Crozes-Hermitage icon, Alain Graillot – a Northern Rhone Ranger by domicile, but a Burgundian at heart, making wines that are luminous and bright with lower alcohol levels and a strong mineral core.

  • Initial firm grippy tannins unfold into red berries a plenty. This Pinot is no washover, it's full and robust with an elegance that can't be ignored. A limited production wine made with grapes sourced from a single block in cool high lying mountain vineyards.

  • Dark ruby red with a youthful purple rim in colour. Pure focused blackcurrant, blackberry and dark cherry fruit on the nose. The palate is fresh with dense fruit and a substantial tannin structure.

  • Peach, pineapple, and lime on the nose. The palate shows full bodied ripe fruit which is well integrated with the wood. A wine that is packed with flavour for an 11,5% wine.

  • Dark inky black colour. Initial nose of floral petals, also of fynbos (South African heath), blackcurrant, fruitcake, white pepper and spice. An elegant wine with firm but supple tannins. Rounded ripe fruit giving a long and lingering finish.

  • A blend of three flavourful varieties, Camissa arrests the nose with rose petals, scented pelargonium and fresh red fruits of the earth. Hints of Turkish Delight and lemon zest attest to the perfect acidity of this wine; for Camissa may appear sweet but it finishes completely dry.

  • Intense aromas of red cherry mingling with smoky tones of nutty French wood extraction, builds mouthwatering expectations. Medium bodied palate, but has the full elegance that is so very typical of Pinot Noir. Gently integrated tannins combine sublimely with the juicy red cherries, delivering a generous linger with fine complexity.

  • A red blend of Pinotage and Petit Verdot grapes resulting in a wine which has an intensely dark blueish colour. A full bodied rich wine with supple soft tannins but which has a lively long finish. The nose has a hint of cinnamon, blueberries, fruit cake and wild heath on the nose.

  • This subtly wooded Chardonnay is grown from Burgundy-like, well-drained virgin soil. Fermented in third and fourth-fill French oak barrels, it yields creamy citrus aromas, exciting flintiness, finely textured tannins and a spicy finesse.

  • This ripe tropical Chenin blanc displays fresh crunchy apple notes before bursting onto the palate with a mouth-tingling crispness, leading to a long fruit-laden finish. Pairs well with Lightly spiced chicken curry or sushi with a dash of wasabi and ginger.

  • Showing beautiful sour cherries, ripe currants, aniseed with notes of white pepper, vanilla pod, forest floor and tea leaf. Complex, medium bodied and layered blend with smooth well integrated tannin structure. Well rounded with a long elegant finish on aftertaste.

  • The wine is unfiltered and sediment may occur. Decant and let it breathe a while, as the style of the wine dictates patients and a Zen approach to enjoyment.

  • The Usana Chenin Blanc is a beautifully balanced wine. The natural fermentation added a softer, creamier mouthfeel while the oak added complexity and body to the wine. On the nose and palate there are hints of white peach and pear, a hint of apple with a touch of toastiness from the barrel aging.

  • A delicious everyday drinking wine. A fresh wine with hints of quince, pear and zesty lemon and lime flavours. A full mouth feel with a lingering aftertaste and crisp acidity. A perfect blend of Swartland Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Hárslevelü, Chardonnay and Viognier.

  • A lovely, fresh Chardonnay with a subtle citrus and baked apple palate that is rounded from a tiny portion of barrel aging, producing a soft creaminess. This wine appeals to both wooded and unwooded fans, and works brilliantly with food pairing.


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