The Cabernet Sauvignon is a dark-red wine with purple hues in the glass. The nose detects a hint of freshly-picked red berries that combine with nuances of cloves and cedar wood. Tasting the wine, we discover dark chocolate, a fine wood aroma and well-rounded tannins.
Pinotage is South Africa's typical red grape variety. In the glass it appears in its traditional bluish red color. The scent includes enticing aromas of mocha and chocolate. It also stands out with elegant hints of plum and blueberry. On the palate, it reveals a slight marmalade note, graced with a hint of wood. The gentle tannin structure provides for a long, pleasant finish.
The warm climate of South Africas Western Cape region is perfectly for growing Shiraz. On one hand, the wine shows a strong fruit character, on the other hand it impresses with aromas of pepper and chocolate. It is indeed a good “sparring partner” for strongly seasoned veggies as well as spicy grilled meat
A deep red with black-violet hues provide visual clues to the intense taste profile of this Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon from South Africa. Traces of smoke combine with aromas of dark berries and herbs. In terms of taste, the aromatic impression repeats itself, and ends with an interplay between tannin and wood. The wine fits in well on a wonderful summer's evening of barbecue, Mediterranean cuisine, roasts and spicy assortments of cheeses.
The Chardonnay Colombard combines the best qualities of both varietals, Chardonnay and Colombard. The scent reveals the classic Colombard aromas of exotic fruits. Whereas the Chardonnay dominates with creaminess and a full-bodied taste. This wine is suitable as an ideal dinner companion for Mediterranean cuisine.
Shiraz is a grape variety that is at home all over the world. In South Africa, they are particularly dense and extract-rich. The ruby red wine shows blackcurrant, blackberry and ripe blueberry on the nose. The smooth tannins make it soft on the finish, where it pairs with a smoky spiciness. Grapes: Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producer. Download certificate
International grape variety meets new South African variety: The globally appreciated and much cultivated grape variety Shiraz gives the Pinotage grape variety, which was newly bred in South Africa as early as 1925, its full body and contributes to the long finish. The Pinotage, on the other hand, can convince every friend of strong red wines with its berry fruit and smokiness.