The Rhebok 2013

Rhebokskloof in Paarl was acquired by brothers Albie ad Siebrits Laker of ASLA Construction in 2006, the property positioned as an all-purpose winelands destination able to cater for weddings and conferences plus a spa, tented camp, mountain biking and horse riding on offer. Some 38ha of 160ha are under vineyard with Rolanie Lotz in charge […]

November 25, 2016
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Delaire Graff Woolworths Redstone 2015

Upmarket retailer Woolworths stocks wines generally available in the trade but also increasingly collaborate with producers to provide wines exclusively bottled for their customers. So, for instance, you can buy the Bordeaux-style red blend that is Botmaskop from Delaire Graff (no vintage specified on the website) in Stellenbosch for R169.95 a bottle or you can […]

November 24, 2016
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Stellenrust Chenin Blanc 2016

Stellenrust in Stellenbosch does amazing things with Chenin Blanc, the standard label 2016 right up there with its more expensive cuvees. From vineyards none younger than 30 years and some over 40, the majority of the wine is tank fermented although a small portion sees older oak. The nose is wonderfully expressive with notes of […]

November 23, 2016
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Stellenrust 51 Barrel Fermented Chenin Blanc 2015

The 51 Barrel Fermented Chenin Blanc from Stellenbosch cellar Stellenrust is delicious but bloody gigantic (price: R140 a bottle). On the nose, citrus, pear, peach and apricot plus a hint of reduction. The palate meanwhile is utterly luscious, possessing both depth and breadth before a long and gently savoury finish. It makes a huge impression […]

November 23, 2016
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Stellenzicht The Vine Post Pinotage 2014

The stand-out wine among an array of new-release “speciality wines” from Stellenbosch property Stellenzicht is The Vine Post Pinotage 2014 (price: R190 a bottle). From a individually staked vineyard planted in 2008 some 400m above sea level, the wine was matured for 29 months in 100% new oak, 60% East European and 40% French. On […]

November 23, 2016
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Trizanne Signature Wines Syrah Reserve 2015

From three different Elim vineyards, each planted to a different clone. Matured for 11 months in old French oak. It’s all there on the nose – red and black fruit, olive, fynbos, pepper and spice. The palate is dense yet fresh with fine tannins. Not without heft at 14.5% alcohol. Price: R210 a bottle. #WinemagRating: […]

November 22, 2016
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David Finlayson Camino Africana Chenin Blanc 2015

The 2015 vintage of Camino Africana Chenin Blanc from David Finlayson (approximate retail price: R230 a bottle) is a curious wine, notably bigger and more oxidative than previous vintages. Grapes from a vineyard on Kaapzicht planted in 1947 and thought to be the second oldest in the country, it was spontaneously fermented and matured for […]

November 22, 2016
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Sijnn White 2015

It’s a little difficult to know what to make of the wines from Sijnn, David Trafford’s project near Malgas on the banks of the Breede River, as they are just so different to anything else out there. He recently showed the new-release White 2015 and Red 2012 along with some older vintages and suffice to […]

November 22, 2016
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