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Colour: Bright, vibrant red. Bouquet: Complex aromas of red berries with cloves and spice, hints of white pepper and a subtle vanilla background as a result of careful oaking. Taste: Juicy and soft on the ...
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Ruby red, beautifully soft and easy-drinking, its lovely ripe plum and red fruit flavours almost jump out of the glass. A great match with red meats like roast lamb, stews, grilled meat, carpaccio and kidneys.
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Dark red with purple edges, it grand colours make you think of royal regalia. You’ll pick up vibrant cherry and plum characters and a slightly smoky note too. Rich and ripe berry flavours meet a sprinkling ...
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Bright ruby red.An abundance of ripe berry fruit aromas with subtle oak spice in the background.A soft, fruit-driven wine with juicy berry fruit flavours and subtle hints of oak.
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Ruby red color. An abundance of prunes and plums on the nose. An easy-drinking wine with ripe fruit flavours and soft tannins. Delectably fruity, this is a versatile wine that works extremely well with ...
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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.