After an 11 hour flight we touched down in Cape Town on Saturday morning.
It's what's in the bottle that counts.
This page is dedicated to you. Guiding you through the various regions, grape varieties and other interesting technicalities of the making, and drinking, of our wonderful portfolio of wines.
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This Riojan grape variety was discovered in 1988 when a single vine mutated to produce yellow-green grapes.
This applies to our staff too and we are very pleased to announce that Maria (Graphic Designer), Nicola and V
Cabernet Sauvignon was created accidently as a natural genetic crossing, dating back to seventeenth century France cross-bred white Sauvignon Blanc and red Cabernet Franc plants.
The home of one of the best known styles of rosé, Provence is a region and historical province of south-eastern France.
Pairing wine and spicy food is a notoriously tricky task, the many layers of flavours in Caribbean, African, Asian and South American cuisines often very difficult to merge with many classic wine styles.
The Côte d’Or is a region comprising of the Côte de Nuits in the north and the Côte de Beaune in the south.
One of the top-selling grape varieties in the UK – no wonder given its lively, fresh and aromatic style.