About the country South Africa

South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, with the first bottle produced in Cape Town by its founder Jan van Riebeek. Access to international markets led to new investment in the South African wine market. Production is concentrated around Cape Town, the world class Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc along with their full bodied reds have really put South Africa on the wine map and rightly so, there is many amazing grapes to be found here it’s not just Pinotage which is only the 8th most widely planted grape variety. 

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Ben & Rudi Scott Cabernet Shiraz 2016 £7.50

Ripe blackcurrant notes underpinned with more robust cracked pepper and spice notes from the Shiraz,...

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Ben & Rudi Scott Cabernet Shiraz 2016 £7.50

Ben & Rudi Scott Chenin Blanc 2017 £7.50

A clean and refeshing wine with bright almond and white flower notes with green apple acidity.

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Ben & Rudi Scott Chenin Blanc 2017 £7.50

Juno Cape Maidens Pinotage Paarl 2014 £9.50

Pinotage is almost exclusively South African and many different style exist. The Juno is full of rip...

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Juno Cape Maidens Pinotage Paarl 2014 £9.50

Retief Goosen The Goose Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 £16.50

Well-balanced wine with ripe tannins and a long, has a brilliant purple colour with a sweet nose of ...

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Retief Goosen The Goose Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 £16.50

Retief Goosen The Goose Shiraz 2015 £16.50

The tannins are soft and ripe and the wine has a long, clean aftertaste with enough tannic grip. The...

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Retief Goosen The Goose Shiraz 2015 £16.50