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A.A. Badenhorst Family Wines The Curator Red Blend simply jumps from the glass displaying exotic red and black fruits with a mouth-filling texture. Known for having impeccable taste and style, Adi Badenhorst ...
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The grapes were sourced from seven of the nine Durbanville Hills member farms where three farms have high altitude vineyards growing on the south-eastern slopes of the Hooge Bergs Valley. Cooled by mists ...
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This fine wine is a South African Still Wine vintage from Western Cape produced by Stellar Organics that is 750ml.
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Powerful, yet elegant and polished. A beautiful Red Blend with classical aromas of dark berry fruit, spice and cassis. The softness of tannins and balance in structure complete this wine on the palate with ...
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A bold and juicy red wine with red berry fruit aromas and a touch of oak spice. Classic cabernet cassis and red-currant fruit flavours with silky tannins and long finish.
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Our Sauvignon Blanc is produced from higher, cooler vineyards in the Cape. Warrelwind (whirlwinds) are common in the vineyards throughout summer. The seasonal winds cool the grapes and turn the windmills ...
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Loads of violets, blackcurrant fruit pastilles, white and black pepper with jamon and petrichor adding to the complexity. The purity and depth of fruit, firm velvety tannins and refreshing acidity shows ...
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The excellent 2008 vintage exhibits a deeply coloured core, edged by a brightly youthful ruby rim. Enticing aromas of oak spice and violets precede vivid redcurrant and damson flavours, framed by supple ...
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Aromas of complex red fruits, spice, rose water, and currants. Generous mouth-feel and textured body with a long, crisp, dry finish.
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This wine Is from South Africa and it’s made from Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, and Viognier. It has a nose of papaya, melon and litchi and is smooth and creamy on the palate with soft, tropical fruit notes ...
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The irresistibly sweet OBiKWA Moscato is a white wine with magical tinges of green. It’s made from the finest Muscat grapes, giving it a fresh and fruity flavour with a touch of pear. Come rain or ...
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Dark red color, with complex flavors of lavender and plums on the nose. Dark fruit followed by cinnamon and clove spice on the palate and well balanced acidity, and smooth integrated tannins.
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Aromas of berries and spices on the nose and ripe fruit backed by soft tannins on the palate. Enjoy on its own or serve with mediterranean meat dishes such as a traditional roast or barbecued steak.
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Aromas of ripe cherries, strawberries and plums can be found in the nose followed by notes of ripe red berries and spice on the palate. The Graham Beck Game Reserve Pinotage is elegant and full-bodied and ...
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The wine is very bright, a polished platinum with green, vivacious hue. There is a complex, appealing nosewith quince, citrus and floral notes developing into lemon cream, oatmeal and marzipan richness. ...
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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.

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