Dombeya (2015) Stellenbosch – R180
The nose is fresh and inviting with hints of tropical fruit and figs. The palate has clean crispflavours with a mineral finish
Black Oystercatcher (2015) Elim – R190
A forthcoming nose of nettles and capsicum is followed by hints of gooseberries and tropical fruit.This is complemented by a full palate with good mineral crispness and mouth watering sweet andsour flavours
Springfield Life From Stone (2015) Robertson – R230
This single vineyard originates from the rockiest soil on the estate, with resultant strugglingvines and huge concentration. Brilliant greenish in appearance, this is a dramatic wine fullof ripe red peppers and passion fruit
Thelema (2015) Stellenbosch – R240
A typical Thelema Sauvignon Blanc – lovely fresh melon and grapefruit flavours, with afull, grassy palate, all in perfect balance.
Klein Constantia (2015) Constantia – R260
Pungent aromas of guavas, citrus blossom and passion fruit greet the nose. The palate is poisedon a knife edge of brisk mineral notes and succulent acidity
Iona (2015) Elgin – R270
On the nose high floral notes of honeysuckle, lemon zest and ruby grapefruit over-lay Iona’sdistinctive herbal undertones. The palate is keenly balanced showing cut green apples andlime marmalade followed by great minerality and length
Groote Post Vineyard Selection (2015) Darling – R300
An established, award-winning pedigree. Light straw colour with dusky, green pepperand asparagus on the nose. An elegant, vibrant and refined wine from top quality fruit.
Dombeya (2014) Stellenbosh – R220
The wine’s nose shows flavour of green figs, granadilla and kiwifruit. The palate is full bodiednd lingers with tropical fruit flavours with a good fruit acid balance.
Neethlingshof (2015) Stellenbosh – R190
Fresh & vibrant with rich layers of fruit and lingering aftertaste
Uitsig (2014) Constantia – R210
An unwooded Chardonnay showing a complexity of varietal aromas and citrus flavours with awell balanced palate and a subtle nuttiness on the finish
Dewetshof Finesse (2014) Robertson R220
The soils limestone and clay components help the vines to have a strong citrus
flavour with a pronounced nuttiness and leads to clean zesty finish with citrus notes
Mulderbosch (2014) Stellenbosch – R250
Lime zest, mineral salts, ripe cut pear and flint notes dance a merry jig on the nose whilstan array of white nectarine, oatmeal and even a hint of walnut tempt the palate
Glen Carlou (2014) Paarl – R270
Intense aroma with a bouquet of lime-tree blossoms, gooseberry, peach and citrus. A clean finish with well integrated oak in the end.
Iona (2014) Elgin Valley – R360
The wine shows concentrated apple blossoms, gooseberry, peach and citrus notes, with underlying hazelnut and lime undertones, which adds to layered complexity. Stony tautness adds to freshness and precision.
Rothschild Baroness Nadine (2014) Stellenbosch – R400
Free Run, Cluster picked grapes with 80% new oak barrelling. An ideal seafood pairing with buttery finish and backed with granny smith apple and zesty lime acidity.
Cederberg (2015) Olifants River – R180
This crisp, reductively made Chenin Blanc is in true Cederberg Style, showing a powerfulnose of tropical melon, grapefruit and lemon peel. Five months of lees contact created a mouthtingling crispness with a lingering finish
Rudera Robusto (2011) Stellenbosch – R260
Developing gold shot with lime, rich tropical / spicy nose, boisterous peach / pear / guava fruit onthe nose which follows through on the palate. Good crisp acidity balances the flavours.A taut yet luscious wine with structure, texture and length
Rijks (2013) Tulbagh – R300
Goldish tint. Pineapple and apricot aromas on the nose underlined with whiffs of almonds.Well-rounded palate with great wood integration ensures a palate full of pleasures. Long lasting with a creamy aftertaste
Mateus Rosé (NV)Portugal – R190
This extremely popular wine is easy drinking, light with a lively bubble
Waterford Rose Mary (2013) Stellenbosch – R180
Dry Blanc De Noir Style wine with low alcohol and zingy acidity and defined minerality. A great summer wine paired with seafood.
Hartenberg ‘Alchemy’ (2015) Stellenbosch – R170
40% Chenin, 30% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon driven dry white. This is a superb blend of intense fruit, a creamy palate from the Semillon and fresh crisp acidity from the sauvignon blanc.
Buitenverwachting Buiten Blanc (2015) Constantia – R180
An unwooded, dependable Sauvignon driven dry white. It has a brilliant golden hue the bouquet is deep, vinous and earthy and is fully rounded.
Haute Cabrière Chardonnay / Pinot Noir (2014) Franschhoek – R220
This versatile 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir blend is extremely limited and hugely popular. With a soft blush of pink; the Chardonnay gives elegance and the Pinot Noir richness
Bosman “Adama” (2013) Wellington – R320
This great food wine is an aromatic blend, displaying a rainbow of flavours and fine oak integration, with a beautiful long finish.
Dombeya Sauvignon Blanc – R50
The nose is fresh and inviting with hints of tropical fruit and figs. The palate has clean crisp flavours with a mineral finish.
Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc – R60
Aromas of guava, citrus blossom and passion fruit. The palate is poised on a edge of mineral notes and acidity.
Constantia Uitsig Chardonnay (unwooded) – R55
This unwooded Chardonnay promises fresh, pure-fruited satisfaction with earthy undertones.
Cederberg Chenin Blanc (2015) – R55
A combination of ripe fruit, crisp acid and barrel fermentation flavours ensures a pleasant, luscious palate and lingering aftertaste