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Chenin Blanc, Bain's Way, Wellington, South Africa

Chenin Blanc, Bain's Way, Wellington, South Africa
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Named after a legendary South African pioneer, Andrew Bain, who built the road that connected the Cape to the north ...
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Pinotage, River Grandeur, Robertson

Pinotage, River Grandeur, Robertson
£13.99

River Grandeur wines are named after the majestic Brede river which runs through the Viljoensdrift vineyards. Viljoensdrift is a family-owned farm and winery with brothers Fred and Manie Viljoen at the helm. Manie, as viticulturist, manages the vines and deciduous fruit, while Fred works his magic in the cellar. In 1998 Fred and Manie opened the cellar door after 30 years of supplying grapes to the local co-op and now they are reaping the benefits of their commitment to and passion for wine winemaking.

Shiraz, River Grandeur, Robertson

Shiraz, River Grandeur, Robertson
£12.49

River Grandeur wines are named after the majestic Brede river which runs through the Viljoensdrift vineyards. Viljoensdrift is a family owned farm and winery with brothers Fred and Manie Viljoen at the helm. Manie, as viticulturist, manages the vines and deciduous fruit, while Fred works his magic in the cellar. In 1998 Fred and Manie opened the cellar door after 30 years of supplying grapes to the local co-op and now they are reaping the benefits of their making.

Viognier, Wide River Wine Cellars, Robertson, South Africa

Viognier, Wide River Wine Cellars, Robertson, South Africa
£7.49

The great diversity of terroir of the Robertson Valley is a major contributing factor to the quality and character of the wines made here, from the rich soils near the river, to the shale and sandstone on the lower slopes of the Langeberg Mountains to the gravelly soils higher up. The Robertson Valley is around 100 miles from Cape Town, between these foothills to the lower reaches of the Breede River. The area is perfect for grape growing with unlimited sunshine and cooling sea breezes. Forty-three growers, many of them fourth generation, supply the modern winery with grapes from a mighty total of 2000 hectares. This has the tell-tale mouthfeel and viscous texture of Viognier, with honeyed apricot flavours and limes on the palate.

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