Caladoc is a red French wine grape variety planted primarily in the southern wine regions such as the Languedoc. The grape is a crossing of Grenache and Malbec created by Paul Truel in 1958 at Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique.
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“Do you know the Bishop of Norwich?” If you do, you will know that he is a terribly good chap but he always forgets to pass the Port.
The two and a half hour drive north from Cape Town passes through wild scrubland, the Cape fynbos.
Our next day started with a trip into the Laibach vineyards with Mike Malherbe, Laibach’s viticulturist and managing director.