south africa

The wines of South Africa

Bin No. preceeds wine
SA-005.   Cabernet Sauvignon. Bergsig Estate. 2014/15. Breedekloof.
Elegant with deeply layered cassis, spicy richness and harmoniously integrated tannins.
Per Bottle £10.75                                          Per Case £129.00
SA-051.   Cabernet Sauvignon. Cape Heights. 2018/19. Western Cape.
Classic Cabernet flavours with a smooth easy drinking finish.
Per Bottle £6.80                                            Per Case £81.60
SA-057.   Cabernet Sauvignon. Braai.  Indaba. 2017/18. Western Cape.
The essence of braai is captured in this bold Cabernet, which displays aromas and flavors of dark berries, earth and smoke — perfect for socializing and the ideal complement to a wide range of BBQ-friendly flavours.
Per Bottle £9.70                                            Per Case £116.40
SA-059.   Cabernet/Merlot. William Robertson. 2017. Robertson Winery.
A fruity soft dry red, with smooth round berry flavours and an herbaceous brambly character. This pleasant everyday glassful would make any occasion a joyous one.
Per Bottle £8.30                                            Per Case £99.60
SA-038.   Merlot. Afrikan Ridge. 2017/18. Western Cape
A smooth well-balanced wine with red berries on the nose, and rich dark fruit on the palate, providing a firm lingering finish.
Per Bottle £6.55                                            Per Case £78.60
SA-554.    Merlot. Peacock Ridge. Wild Ferment. 2017/18. Stellenbosch
A hugely aromatic and appealing Merlot. Afrika Merlot with upfront dark black fruit. It has a touch of mocha, liquorice and tar, balanced by fine yet seductive tannins.
Per Bottle £9.10                                            Per Case £109.20
SA-046.   Merlot. Indaba. 2018/19.Western Cape.
Crafted in a fresh, clean style, this velvety Merlot offers lively, succulent flavors of cherry, dark berry and plum backed by subtle chocolate and herbal nuances and an elegant minerality.
Per Bottle £8.50                                            Per Case £102.00
SA-461.   Pinotage. Bergsig Estate. 2016/17. Breede River Valley
This wine shows power in assertive fruits and strength in body.
Per Bottle £10.70                                          Per Case £128.40
SA-002.   Pinotage. Bush Vine. False Bay. 2017/18. Coastal Region.
A heady mix of fruit, rich chocolate and plums supported by soft tannins.
Per Bottle £7.50                                            Per Case £90.00
SA-043.   Pinotage. Rickety Bridge. 2017/18. Western Cape.
Concentrated black and blueberry flavours with layers of plums and dark chocolate. A velvety palate with well-integrated tannins supported by subtle smokiness, and gentle oak leads to a lingering juicy finish.
Per Bottle £10.75                                          Per Case £129.00
SA-024.   Shiraz. Old School.  False Bay. 2017/18. Western Cape.
Full and elegant with bramble fruit aromas: there is cassis, black cherry and a touch of pepper spice on the palate. Fine tannins give good structure and a long, rich, ripe finish.
Per Bottle £7.50                                            Per Case £90.00
SA-025.   Shiraz. Circumstance.  Natural. 2016/17. Waterkloof. Stellenbosch.
Concentrated aromas of dark rich black fruit, with sweet spices, vanilla, tar and a hint of stony minerality. The palate is velvety with notes of cocoa leading to a long finish.                                           
Per Bottle £14.55                                          Per Case £174.60
SA-056.   Grenache. Rustenberg Regional Range. 2017/18. Stellenbosch.
In its youth the wine exhibits very attractive red fruit flavours, such as strawberry and cherry, along with a wonderful pepper spice. As the wine ages it will reveal a more savoury fruit profile.
Per Bottle £11.30                                          Per Case £135.60
SA-456.   Chenin Blanc. Bergsig Estate. 2019/20. Breede River Valley.
This medium style is bright, fresh and clean, with good mango fruit on the palate. Well-balanced acidity with masses of citrus fruit flavours.
Per Bottle £8.50                                            Per Case £102.00
SA-445.   Chenin Blanc. “Slow”. False Bay. 2018/19. Coastal Western Cape.
Fine mineral characters with gentle ripe apple and honey aromas, followed by delicious greengage and citrus lemon acidity on the long finish. Fermented using wild yeasts.
Per Bottle £7.50                                            Per Case £90.00
SA-035.   Chenin Blanc. Afrikan Ridge. 2018/19. Boland Cellars. Coastal Region.
Crisp and dry with a nose of guava and gooseberries. There is a balanced crisp acidity on the palate ensuring a fresh fruity style
Per Bottle £6.55                                            Per Case £78.60
SA-045.   Chenin Blanc. Indaba. 2018/19. Western Cape.
Chenin Blanc is South Africa’s most widely planted varietal and the Cape’s signature white. This fresh, easy-drinking version offers vibrant flavors of honeyed pear, golden delicious apple and luscious tropical fruit.
Per Bottle £8.50                                            Per Case £102.00
SA-444.   Sauvignon Blanc.”Windswept”.  False Bay. 2019/20. Western Cape.
Fresh, crisp aromatics with lifted green fruit, ripe apple and floral aromas. Tastes of greengage, citrus acidity, and a fine mineral finish.
Per Bottle £7.50                                            Per Case £90.00
SA-037.    Sauvignon Blanc. Afrikan Ridge.2018/19. Western Cape.
A lively nose displays appealing fruit with a hint of cut grass. Wonderful upfront mouthfeel with a lingering finish.
Per Bottle £6.55                                            Per Case £78.60
SA-044.   Sauvignon Blanc. Indaba. 2018/19. Western Cape.
A crowd pleaser, this easy drinking Sauvignon Blanc displays appealing citrus and tropical fruit aromas that lead to a fresh invigorating palate of pineapple, lemon-lime, mango and green fig. Backed by a solid acidity, herbal undertones shine through on the mineral-tinged finish.
Per Bottle £8.50                                            Per Case £102.00
SA-042.   Sauvignon Blanc. Rickety Bridge. 2018/19. Western Cape.
Vibrant and zesty with aromas of pear, gooseberry and passion fruit layered with subtle mineral tones. Full flavoured with a rich mid-palate and peach and litchi characters which linger on the finish.
Per Bottle £9.70                                            Per Case £116.40
SA-049.   Sauvignon Blanc. Cape Heights. 2019/20. Western Cape.
Crisp and fresh with a clean refreshing finish
Per Bottle £6.80                                            Per Case £81.60
SA-058.   Sauvignon Blanc. William Robertson. 2018/19. Robertson Winery.
A classic Sauvignon Blanc. With a fresh aromatic nose, this is a crisp, off-dry wine with plenty of zesty gooseberry and green apple flavours. Superb with seafood and creamy pasta dishes.
Per Bottle £7.85                                            Per Case £94.20
SA-003.   Chardonnay. Bergsig Estate. 2015/17. Breede Valley.
Deliciously tasty wine with buttery fruit and oak vanilla.  Full bodied and well balanced, producing a seductive easy style.
Per Bottle £9.75                                            Per Case £117.00
SA-050.   Chardonnay. Cape Heights. 2018/19. Western Cape.
Full flavoured easy drinking style.
Per Bottle £6.80                                            Per Case £81.60
SA-004.   Gewurztraminer. Bergsig Estate. 2017/18. Breedekloof.
Exhibiting an aromatic nose of roses and peaches and a palate which is fresh and fruity. Well balanced with an off-dry finish.
Per Bottle £8.85                                            Per Case £106.20
SA-055.   Roussanne. Rustenberg Regional Range. 2018. Stellenbosch.
This wine has a fragrant perfume of lilies, as well as peach and apricot fruit with complex flavours of green apple, are evident on the palate. Characters of sweeter pineapple, flesh out the mid-palate and give weight to a peppery the finish with great minerality.
Per Bottle £11.30                                          Per Case £135.60

Winelist updated June 2020 VAT included

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