A delightful Cinsault that comes from vineyards in Stellenbosch, Swartland, Darling and Paarl. Average vine age of over 30 years, this Cinsault can be served slightly chilled. Great winemaking from Alex Milner
A 90% Colombard and 10% Chenin Blanc blend from Montagu. This is part of the Ron Burgundy collection. This wine demonstrates the great potential of Colombard and has bowled over critics such as Tim Atkin MW and Greg Sherwood MW.
A first time release from Reenen Borman and a brand new venture exploring the Polkadraai sub region in Stellenbosch.
Kottabos refers to an ancient Greek drinking game. Awarded 93 points by Christian Eedes
A striking Semillon from winemaker Attie Louw in the Breedekloof. From a vineyard planted in 1998, this wine was awarded 5 stars by Platter and 93 points by Christian Eedes. Only 60 bottles available in the UK
Reverie is the solo venture from Winery of Good Hope and Radford Dale winemaker Jacques de Klerk. From a 1978 Swartland single vineyard planted on granite, this Chenin Blanc has caused quite a stir with critics like Jamie Goode and Christian Eedes. Just 700 bottles of this wine produced.
Made by Lukas Van Loggerenberg, this 100% Tannat comes from the lesser known region of Prieska. Total production of just 800 bottles, we are thrilled to get an allocation of this wine. Just 24 bottles available.
The debut vintage of this Syrah from the Ron Burgundy Collection and made by Syrah specialist Reenen Borman. Awarded 94 points by Greg Sherwood MW and 5 stars from Platter.
This single vineyard Syrah comes from Reenen's family estate in Stellenbosch.
Reenen Borman's second flagship wine comes exclusively from the Boschkloof farm. An almost equal blend of Cabernet Franc,Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Awarded 93 points by Tim Atkin in his 2016 South Africa report.
A single vineyard Syrah from Stellenbosch. The previous 2014 release was described as 'A Ground Breaking, Paradigm Shifting Red Syrah Wine' by Greg Sherwood MW as well as 'the best South African red wine I’ve ever tasted' by Tim Atkin MW. The 2015 vintage arrives in August
Grange is arguably Australia's most famous wine and is officially listed as a Heritage Icon of South Australia. Grange clearly demonstrates the synergy between Shiraz and the soils and climates of South Australia.