South Africa

South African Red Wines

South Africa has a wonderful vibrant red wine industry. It is considered "new world" by many although actually dates back to the mid 17th century when French Huguenots settled there and planted vines. Historic centres like the beautiful Franschoek valley still bear many French names for the properties and wine farms. It is stunningly beautiful and a fabulous place for a holiday if you are fortunate enough to visit.

The South African red wine industry has gone through something of a revolution since apartheid ended when most wine production was bulk wine run by the state. Now there are many artisan wineries producing excellent wines, with around 600 wineries in Stellenbosch alone. Some are pretty big operations running accomodation and restaurants, some are tiny, literally husband and wife teams.

We import wines directly from some of these tiny artisan family wineries. They are great quality and exceptional value for money. We also source some of the top wines from some of the more famous larger wineries such as Ernie Els and Tokara through their established UK agents. With the South African Rand remiaing weak, South African red wine is currently unbeatable value for money.

We strongly recommend you try some of our boutique wines from these small artisan wineries, in particular those from Grangehurst, Joubert Tradauw, Gande Provence, Boplaas and Rainbow's End.

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  1. Grangehurst Pinotage 2008

    Both 06 and 07 were awarded 4.5 Stars Platter and we expect the same for this 2008

    Grangehurst Pinotage is fabulous - one of the best Pinotages on the market. All Grangehurst red wines are very good indeed. Jeremy has a real passion for Pinotage and is regarded as one of the finest Pinotage producers in South Africa. Rich, full bodied, full flavoured and super smooth with weight on the palate. A long lingering finish. This is excellent wine, and a great introduction to anybody who has not tried Pinotage before, or who has only had a mass produced cheap one, as they can put you off Pinotage for life (tasting like burnt rubber). This is a different animal altogether being a fabulous wine!

    Free sulphur: 16

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £17.99
  2. Eagles Nest Shiraz 2010

    Eagles Nest Shiraz is in my opinion consistently the best Shiraz from South Africa. 

    Here we have a very limited supply of the highly sought after 2010 vintage. Du Toit informed me they have had none left at the winery for well over a year. In fact they put the last of it on at the Nederburg Auction for older/rare vintages where it fetched over 900 Rand per bottle (£56 at the historic exchange rate).

    We have just 17 bottles remaining.

    5 Stars, 2014 Platter Wine Guide

    Wine Advocate: 93 Points

    Veritas Double Gold (2013)

    South African Wine Index Platinum Award and Top Shiraz (2013)

    Winemakers Choice Awards: Diamond (2013)

    Shiraz Association South Africa: Top 20 (2013)

    Tim Atkin SA Report 2014: 94 Points

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    £45.00
  3. Kaapzicht Steytler Pentagon 2012
    Kaapzicht Steytler Pentagon 2012

    Michaelangelo Awards - Double Gold

    Platter 4.5 Stars

    Kaapzicht is an excellent family winery in the Bottelary Hills region of Stellenbosch just up above Jordan, Zevenwacht and DeMorgenzon. The Steytler family have been farming there since 1946. I've visited the farm, and met the family including Yngvild several times although I've still not yet met either Danie (Junior or Senior), who both collaborate to make this particular wine. By all accounts they have a huge passion for quality wines and are very highly thought of by other members of South Africa's elite Cape Winemakers Guild.

    Kaapzicht are a big farm but only estate bottle about 30% of their wines as they are passionate about quality and their reputation. These estate wines are pretty good but it's their premium "Steytler" wines that are just in a different league. Danie Jnr is regarded as producer of one of the Cape's best Pinotages, and to add to that he makes two blends - "Vision" and "Pentagon" in the Steytler range which are only produced in exceptional vintages when the grapes are perfect. I had the 2007 vintages of both which were amazing. Both tend to win numerous top awards.

    Here we have been very fortunate to get hold of 150 bottles of 2012 Pentagon, a five way Bordeaux Blend. There is no more, the winery have sold out and I doubt there is any in the UK except possibly for the odd bottle on the shelf of a lucky wine merchant somewhere. Don't be fooled if you see it advertised by one of these online "wine marchants" who simply list every wine they can think of then try to buy it in if they get an order for it - they won't have any or be able to get any!

    This wine is Danie's pride and joy and is exceptional. Presentation is superb too in a big heavyweight bottle, wrapped in heavy duty paper. Only 6000 bottles produced all individually numbered. This is a classic and will keep for 15 years plus if you want to lay some down. A future classic.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Dry farmed: Yes

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    £38.50
  4. Grangehurst "350" Pinotage 2009

    This "350" is a limited edition Pinotage from Jeremy at Grangehurst, to celebrate 350 years of winemaking in South Africa (1659-2009).

    Jeremy sources his Pinotage grapes from his neighbour Kautzenburg, also on the Heldeberg which is the best site for red grapes in Stellenbosch due to a combination of altitude and the cooling breezes off False Bay. Neighbours of note include Ernie Els, Rust en Vrede and Eikendaal, all producing good reds.

    The wine was aged for 35 months in French oak and left to fine naturally via gravity. The wine was also bottled by hand via a gravity feed.

    Free sulphur: tiny

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Dry farmed: Yes

    Vegan: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £29.99
  5. Grangehurst Daylea Red Blend

    90 Points Winemag.co.za

    Grangehurst Daylea red blend 2007 - is a recent release for Jeremy for "everyday drinking". I don't know any other artisan winemaker ageing a wine for nearly ten years before release. It is typical of his style, big opulent, super smooth and thoroughly delicious.

    Presentation is not good but the wine itself is superb and fantastic value.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £11.99
  6. Joubert Tradauw R62 Blend

    Joubert Tradauw R62 Blend is a beautiful natural Bordeaux blend aged in French oak for 20 months.  Meyer Joubert normally keeps the blend in this wine a closely guarded secret  as it changes each vintage, but he has been open this year that it is Cabernet Sauvignon (50%), Merlot (36%) and Cabernet Franc (14%), Great wine, very natural in style and low in additives. Highly recommended.

    Free sulphur: 30

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £18.00
  7. Joubert Tradauw Syrah

    4 Stars Platter 2017

    Joubert Tradauw Syrah is a superb natural Syrah, farmed organically (although not certified) and fermented with the grapes own natural yeasts. It's full of red and black fruit flavours, a little white pepper and a long lingering finish. This is a great wine from a true artisan winemaker. Very low in additives of course and bottled unfiltered.

    Free sulphur: 25

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £14.99
  8. Joubert Tradauw Redfin Pinot Noir

    4 Stars Platter 2017

    Joubert Tradauw Redfin Pinot Noir is a top South African Pinot Noir made in a very French style! Ruby in colour. Savoury in style, very "Burgundian" old world. I've never before found a South African Pinot Noir made in such a convincing old world style.

    Free sulphur: 30

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £18.00
  9. Grande Provence Angels Tears Red

    This Angels Tears Cabernet Merlot from Grande Provence is a superb red wine for the money. Grande Provence is an excellent boutique winery in the stunning Franschoek Valley. The original property dates back to 1694 and occupies a beautiful location right in the middle on the flat, surrounded by vines. It is a magnificent setting and if you are lucky enough to be visiting Cape Town it is well worth a short detour. The secret to the quality of their wines though is that they own some of the finest vineyard sites dotted across the mountains.

    Soft, smooth and fruit driven with a hint of oak. This wine is delicious for everyday drinking and superb value at this price.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £8.99
  10. Grande Provence Shiraz 2012 75cl

    Platter 4 Stars

    Vitis Vinifera - Gold Medal

    This Shiraz is made from Stellenbosch fruit and is delicious! Full of flavour, red and dark berries with some chocolate then a light touch of white pepper comes through on the finish. Like all GP wines it has great integrated natural acidity. It's very very smooth and thoroughly enjoyable. Their best vintage yet in my opinion.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £16.99
  11. Grande Provence Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 75cl

    Platter 3.5 Stars

    Yet another fabulous vintage. Made from Franschoek fruit. This is another example of the Platter ratings being unreliable. This wine certainly deserves at least 4 Stars in my opinion.

    The wine has some caramel on the nose which comes through on the palate with the plum and berry flavours. It's well balanced, round and full in the mouth, with strong concentrated flavours and a long finish. 

    Sulphite level: Low

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  12. Grande Provence Pinot Noir 2013 75cl

    Michaelangelo Awards - Gold Medal

    Grande Provence Pinot Noir is fruit driven with flavours of strawberries and red berries, with some oak adding a hint of vanilla on the finish.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £18.95
  13. The Grande Provence 2014 75cl

    The Grande Provence is the flagship wine from this estate and is magnificent!

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £45.00
  14. The Grangehurst

    John Platter 4 Stars

    The Grangehurst 2006 Bordeaux Blend is the flagship wine of the estate.. Superb South African "Bordeaux"!

    Free sulphur: 2

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £31.75
  15. Grangehurst Shiraz Cabernet Reserve

    John Platter 4.5 Stars

    Grangehurst Shiraz Cabernet Reserve is a fabulous wine, big, opulent, rich and round. The extensive winery ageing gives it a mature soft palate, not the racier style you get with younger wines. Lovely flavours of dark fruit with noticeable oak, very smooth of course with a long lingering finish. 

    Free sulphur: 10

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £24.95
  16. Grangehurst Nikela

    John Platter 4.5 Stars

    Grangehurst Nikela is a blend of 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Pinotage, 23% Shiraz and 8% Merlot, all fermented separately and aged for 33 months in French oak (97% with 3% American). All Grangehurst red wines are extensively aged before release. This Nikela is a special wine, reflecting Jeremy's passion for Pinotage, using it here to produce an exceptional blend. If you tasted it blind you would be hard pressed to identify any Pinotage in there, as it is a complete wine, absolutely beautiful.

    Free sulphur: 16

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £21.49
  17. Grangehurst Cabernet Merlot

    Platter 4 Stars

    Grangehurst Cabernet Merlot is a great aged Bordeaux blend from Jeremy Walker. Jeremy ages all his wines on site at the winery for many years, and typically only releases them once they're at least ten years old! He is the only South African I know of making wines like this. The results are excellent. Big powerful wines, supoer smooth and fully integrated as the blend has had years to settle. Grangehurst wines are quite an experience and highly recommended. This Grangehurst Cabernet Merlot is full bodied and super smooth, drinking beautifully.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £19.49
  18. Grangehurst Pinotage 2005

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    Grangehurst Pinotage is fabulous - one of the best Pinotages on the market. All Grangehurst red wines are very good indeed. Jeremy has a real passion for Pinotage and is regarded as one of the finest Pinotage producers in South Africa. Rich, full bodied, full flavoured and super smooth with weight on the palate. A long lingering finish. This is excellent wine, and a great introduction to anybody who has not tried Pinotage before, or who has only had a mass produced cheap one, as they can put you off Pinotage for life (tasting like burnt rubber). This is a different animal altogether being a fabulous wine!

    Free sulphur: 16

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £14.99
  19. Claime D'Or Shiraz

    Michaelangelo 2013 - Gold Medal

    Bernardo's tasting notes say:

    "On the palate the rounded red berry fruit gives a full mouth feel with silky tones of coriander and hints of coffee, mocha and bitter chocolate, ending with a noticeable toastiness and a soft touch of vanilla flavours."

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £18.95
  20. Claime D'Or Pinot Noir

    Veritas - Bronze

    "Cranberry fruit with hints of mint and eucalyptus and a touch of oak spice. These flavours also follow through on the palate with gentle tannins and a generous acidity. A perfect match for duck breast or antipasto. ."

    We tasted it out in South Africa and it was superb

    Free sulphur: 35

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £21.95
  21. Boplaas Gamka

    Michaelangelo Gran D'Or (Double Gold) for this maiden vintage!

    Top 100 SA Wines

    Only 3400 bottles produced.

    Lovely wine. Still young of course, with racy acidity and firm tannins. This wine will certainly reward some cellaring but can be enjoyed now if you give it time to breathe and open up. I recommend decanting, ideally for a couple of hours or more to get the best out of it as it really opens up to become super smooth with flavours of plum and damson. I would partner this with barbequed meats or a roast.

    Vegan: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £19.99
  22. Boplaas Ring of Rocks

    TOP 10 red table wine from Portuguese cultivars @ CAPPA Cape Port & Wine Challenge 2013

    Platter 4 Stars

    A super blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Touriga Nacional, the Portuguese grape lending some heat and spice to the red fruits. Smooth and full flavoured, give this wine a try, it's lovely!

    Vegan: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £16.99
  23. Boplaas Touriga Nacional

    TOP 10 red table wine from Portuguese cultivars @ CAPPA Cape Port & Wine Challenge

    Tasting Notes

    Marzipan and almond scents spice up plums and black berries/violet tones; long peppery finish with stoutly tannins. Will reward one endlessly with a little bottle aging.

    Vegan: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £11.99
  24. Boplaas Pinotage

    Wood Aging: 8 months in French Oak Barrels

    Delicious - a fabulous Pinotage. Medium bodied and smooth with flavours of cherry and red fruits with a hint of cocoa and oak on the finish.

    Vegan: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £11.99
  25. Rainbows End Mystical Corner

    Michaelangelo International Wine Awards - Gold

    Rainbows End Mystical Corner is a blend of Shiraz 34%, Malbec 24%, Cabernet Sauvignon 23% and Petit Verdot 19%. It's a great wine as are all Rainbows End wines. Anton is an exceptional winemaker and Rainbows End iis a tiny family winery so they are able to make wines the way they choose rather than to fit a specific commercial market. Hence an unusual blend like this, at a great price which is so high quality it was awarded Michaelangelo Awards highest rank of Double Gold!

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £10.99
  26. Rainbows End Shiraz

    Awaing award info but 2012 and 2013 both won SA Novare Terroir Awards - Best Shiraz from Stellenbosch

    Rainbows End Shiraz has very quickly set the benchmark for quality Shiraz in Stellenbosch and indeed for South Africa. It's a winning combination of top quality wine at a reasonable price. Many of the best and most famous South African red wines fetch a real premium, so for Anton at Rainbows End being a relative newcomer, he has introduced his wines at affodable prices. Not only has his Shiraz won multiple awards each vintage but so has his Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and his blends. Without doubt Rainbows End is one of the best and best value wineries in Stellenbosch.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £14.99
  27. Rainbows End Merlot

    4 Stars Platter 

    Rainbows End Merlot is regarded by Neil Pendock of the Platter Guide as one of the best in South Africa, and I have to agree. The 2014 was exceptional but has sold very quickly hence we are already onto the 2015. This is also excellent and drinking well, but will improve significantly with a little bottle age. Rainbows End is one of my favourite wineries and this Merlot is one of my favourite wines. This is well worth trying to see for yourself just how good top quality South African Merlot can be.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £14.99
  28. Rainbows End Cabernet Sauvignon

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    Rainbows End Cabernet Sauvignon is a fabulous Cabernet. Rainbows End is one of the finest artisan red wine producers in Stellenbosch, and now also makes some very good Chenin Blanc too. Anton Malan's winemaking is exceptional. He puts in a lot of hard work such as handpicking at dawn and manually punching down of the ferment several times a day, which is richly rewarded when you taste his wines. This Cabernet Sauvignon is excellent - powerful and opulent, with weight on the palate balanced by good acidity and a purity that comes from absolute minimal use of additives.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £14.99
  29. Rainbows End Cabernet Franc Limited Edition 2015

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    Rainbows End Limited Edition Cabernet Franc 2015 is the latest vintage release of this single clone Cabernet Franc from Anton Malan. His standard blended Cabernet Franc is a beautiful wine and in my opinion one of his best wines, but this Limited Edition is right up there with it. Slightly leaner with a little more tannin, more European in style.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £17.99
  30. Rainbows End Cabernet Franc Limited Edition 2013

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    Rainbows End Cabernet Franc Limited Edition is unique in that it is the only South African Cabernet Franc to be produced from a single clone, rather than a blend of different clones. Is it better than Anton's blended Cabernet Franc? That is a matter of personal opinion. I prefer the blended version as it is softer with more red fruit. The Limited Edition Cabernet Franc is a little greener and tighter at first. It will be very interesting to see how the two compare with a little bottle age.

    Clearly the Platter team rate this wine highly.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £13.99
  31. Rainbows End Cabernet Franc

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    SA Novare Terroir Awards - Best South African Cabernet Franc in Stellenbosch 2016

    This Rainbows End Cabernet Franc is fantastic. Anton makes some of the best red wines in Stellenbosch and it is his Cabernet Franc that he is most proud of, believing his vineyards have the ideal microclimate for this variety. Anton also produces other excellent award winning red wines including blends, straight Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, plus a superb Merlot.

    Very pure, medium bodied with red fruit flavours, very smooth and beautifully balanced. Subtle oak ageing for 12 months, then bottled unfiltered to retain all the flavour and natural goodness. Great wine.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £15.98
  32. Rainbows End Family Reserve 2013

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    Rainbow's End Family Reserve 2013 is the latest vintage of the flagship wine from Anton. Again it scored 4.5 stars from Platter. It is a stunningly good wine.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £29.99
  33. Rainbows End Family Reserve 2011

    4.5 Stars Platter 

    The Family Reserve is the flagship wine from Rainbows End - a superb Bordeaux blend, complex and elegant, really showing how the best South African reds can compete with France and the rest of the world. As well as power and fruit, this wine also has elegance and structure. It's beautifully made - Anton Malan is a superb hands on winemaker.

    Rainbows End is one of my very favourite wineries and is a name to watch out for. I expect Anton will go on to achieve great things in the South African wine world.

    Sustainable farming: Yes

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £29.99
  34. Cape Chamonix Troika

    Platter 5 Stars

    91 Points Tim Atkin

    Cape Chamonix Troika is a great Bordeaux Blend. New world fruit with a slight heat typical of top South African red wines. Very smooth with a long finish. Well worthy of it's five star rating in my opinion.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £18.95
  35. Eagles Nest Shiraz 2012 75cl

    Eagles Nest Shiraz is in my opinion consistently the best Shiraz from South Africa. I've tried several vintages and all have been excellent. The different vintages of Eagles Nest Shiraz have won just about every major award going in the southern hemisphere. This is a stunningly good wine, this 2012 having been awarded:

    Michaelangelo - Trophy highest rated wine in show

    Platter 2016 - 5 Stars

    Veritas 2015 - Double Gold

    Decanter 2015 - Gold & 94 Points

    Tim Atkin 94 Points

    Shiraz Association SA Top 12

    Sulphite level: Very Low

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    £27.49
  36. Tokara Directors Reserve Red

    Top 100 SA Wines

    90 Points Parker

    94 Points Tim Atkin

    92 Points Stephen Tanzer

    Tokara Directors Reserve Red is a lovely Bordeaux blend. Tokara is a large high profile winery on the Helshootge Pass between Stellenbosch and Franschoek, making some good wines in their reserve range. This Directors Reserve red regularly picks up top scores and awards as does the Directors Reserve white. We've been impressed by all their reserve range.

    Full of black and red fruit flavours with some heat typical of South African Bordeaux blends. Good acidity and great overall balance.

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £25.99
  37. Jordan Cobblers Hill

    Jordan Cobbler's Hill is the flagship wine from the Jordan estate. A fantastic Bordeaux blend, consistently awarded 4 to 5 stars by John Platter

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £23.99
  38. Ernie Els Signature Blend

    Platter 4.5 Stars

    Wine Spectator 93 Points

    The highest rating vintage since 2005

    James Molesworth of Wine Spectator said:

    "a dark, alluring style, with gunpowder tea and warm ganache notes underscoring the core of steeped red and blackcurrant fruit. Features a singed cedar and alder frame, accented by a tobacco hint. Should open up nicely in the cellar. Best from 2017 through 2022."

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £43.80
  39. Ernie Els Proprietors Cabernet Sauvignon

    Top 100 SA Wines winner for Cabernet Sauvignon

    Platter 4.5 Stars

    Veritas Gold

    This vintage is sold out at the winery of course so last chance to get some. We have about 20 bottles left.

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £26.00
  40. Ernie Els Proprietors Blend

    Platter 4.5 Stars

    2016 Sommerliers Selection Award Winner (Rich Reds)

    Laurium Capital Signature Red Blends Awards: 91 Points

    Tim Atkin 91 Points

    A long time favourite of mine. I prefer this wine to Ernie's Signature blend at twice the price!

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £21.00
  41. Ernie Els Proprietors Syrah

    This is their top Syrah in an old world Rhone style including a little Viognier.

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £19.90
  42. Ernie Els Cabernet Sauvignon

    Another good wine from Louis Strydom. This wine is sold out in South Africa so a rare chance to get hold of some 2012.

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £16.99
  43. Ernie Els Merlot

    From his excellent site on the Heldeberg, all the Ernie Els reds are good, some are great. This Merlot is excellent.

    Sulphite level: Medium Low

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    £16.49
  44. Zevenwacht Tin Mine Red

    Zevenwacht Tin Mine red is a delicious blend combining fruit, spice and a little earthiness. Great with food.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £10.99
  45. Zevenwacht Z Rhone Blend

    Zevenwacht Z Rhone blend otherwise referrred to as Zevenwacht Z "SGM" (being the initials of the tradional Rhone varietals Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre). This blend of these three varietals is replicated in many new wortld countries these days as it works so well. This Z is the flagship range from Zevenwacht and they've produced a fabulous wine here.

    Sulphite level: Low

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    £19.94

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