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Brilliant and clear with green tinges.Floral and fruity with a slight muskiness, reflecting the characteristic aromas of the grape varieties that make up the blend.Crisp, fresh and fruity with a pleasant ...
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Elegant fresh wine with aromas of ripe gooseberries, figs and tropical fruits and fresh grassy aftertaste.
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ale Gold. Aromas of green apples, pear, lemon and white currant. Slight hint of vanilla and butter. Flavors in unison with the nose. Oak barrel adds roundness and supple texture to the apple-pear-lemon ...
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Light straw colour with golden specs.Aromas of subtle citrus, apricot and lime with delicate oak nuances in the background.This medium-bodied, lightly-oaked wine has abundant fruit flavours complemented ...
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Brilliantly clear with flecks of green it’s very appetising to look at and even more so to drink. Subtly perfumed with floral notes and fragrances of dried apricot and peach and a hint of litchi, its crisp, ...
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Brilliantly clear with flecks of green it’s very appetising to look at and even more so to drink. Subtly perfumed with floral notes and fragrances of dried apricot and peach and a hint of litchi, ...
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Crisp, fresh and elegant with upfront tropical fruit, tangy gooseberry, a hint of green fig and fresh-cut grass. This wine has become a favourite in 80 countries. Pair it with grilled seafood, bouillabaisse, ...
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Brilliantly clear with flecks of green it’s very appetising to look at and even more so to drink. Subtly perfumed with floral notes and fragrances of dried apricot and peach and a hint of litchi, ...
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South Africa has a rather Mediterranean climate with a varied geography. Concentrated along the coast and especially in the west, the mountains, valleys and plateaus produce a good variety. Their wine production is considered a blend of old and new world styles for a good balance.

Many South African white wines go to brandy production, but many are making their way into our selection. Try Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and a number of other varieties. Their wine production and exports are dominated by their complex, rich and savory reds. The region is known for Pinotage, their signature variety that is a cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsaut. This cross does not have the typical Pinot Noir characteristics. Try it for its juicy yet spicy profile. Other notable reds include Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot. Shop South African wines online at Wine Chateau. Expand into different growing regions, and order by the bottle or the case.