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The nose expresses guava, white peach and pear drop notes. The palate shows luscious ripe tropical fruit with a hint of herbs, a lingering aftertaste of grape-fruit and a zesty acidity.
A great accompaniment to spicy chicken dishes or fresh Ceaser salads.
A strawberry soufflé at its best. This wine shows ample summer fruits on the nose – it is highly concentrated with raspberry, cherries and ripe peach and apricot notes. These flavours are carried forward onto the palate ending in a rich and soft aftertaste.
To be enjoyed with salads, pizzas or any occasion that calls for cheerful celebration!!
Ripe raspberries and some pepper spice on the nose. The palate is soft, sumptuous, juicy and round with elegant tannins and lots of berry fruit.
This wine will complement food such as a rack of lamb with a mint dressing or even a thickly cut fillet of beef.
This Chenin Blanc shows strong lime and some tropical fruit on the nose with a mineral palate of grape fruit and pear drop.
This Chenin Blanc is a great accompaniment to dishes such as smoked chicken salad on a warm summer’s day or thinly sliced carpaccio served on a bed of rocket with a lemon olive oil and black pepper dressing.
This Sauvignon Blanc has a crisp acidity with a bouquet of yellow summer fruit and herbs. It has a mineral core supporting pungent fruit and a blackcurrant finish.
It would be a great accompaniment to dishes like Triple baked goat’s cheese soufflé (if you haven’t had one, our winemaker should prepare you one) or fresh seafood salad with a mustard honey dressing smothered in fresh asparagus.
This wine shows a concentrated core of orange, white peach and other ripe summer fruits. The palate is juicy and rich with a long dry finish of nectarines and almonds.
This Chardonnay will complement spicy Thai grill vegetables or even a well matured cheddar cheese on Melba toast with honey dumplings.
This wine offers blackcurrant, berry and black cherry flavours with an under-tone of mint and mocha, well rounded with elegant tannins.
Definitely to be enjoyed with tick cutlets of fillet medallions served on a bed of creamy mash with a spicy pepper reduction or also a great accompaniment to rack of lamb.
This wine offers raspberry and ripe peach and black cherry flavours with subtle oak nuances, a ripe juice palate and a delicate lingering finish.
A great accompaniment to spicy food such as Thai green curries or traditional Cape Malay bobotie.
The nose shows spicy moccha flavours and some vanilla notes derived from American oak. The palate is rich, filled with ripe fruit, pepper and hints of violets, cassis and dark chocolate; smoothed with subtle Merlot flavours and vanilla oak. And the name Simplicity?: well, many great things are born from keeping it simple.
An excellent accompaniment to fillet medallions, drowned in mustard pepper with a cranberry reduction or just something simple like a beef burger with fries or a Barbeque chicken salad topped with fresh mascarpone cheese.
This wine offers white pepper, raspberry and biltong flavours with a soft dark undertone enhancing ripe fruity tannins and peppery spice. A lovely bouquet is lifted by violets and fresh acidity.
A great accompaniment coconut chicken madras or grilled vegetable salad.
This wine offers blackcurrant, berry and black cherry flavours with an undertone of mint and mocha, well rounded with elegant tannins and a refreshing acidity leaving good tannic grip.
Definitely to be enjoyed with thick cutlets of fillet medallions served on a bed of creamy mash with a spicy pepper reduction or also a great accompaniment to rack of lamb.
This wine offers blackcurrant and ripe plum with some liquorice tones. The oak opens up to a creamy palate and enhances velvety tannins with a sweet and sour tang.
This Merlot offers nice sweet plum flavours which will complement oven roasted venison, spiced with splashes of fresh rosemary leaves and chopped garlic.
Grapes for this wine is harvested from a 50 year old single vineyard of Chenin blanc on the slopes of the Bottelary Hills, hence the number on the front of the bottle referring to age of the vines in the year the wine was made.
This Chenin will complement an array of dishes: from orange infused duck confit to lemon infused Norwegian salmon on a bed of creamed spinach and potato puree.
This wine offers a dark brooding nose of spice and a distinct white pepper and lifted violet note. The palate shows black berry and red cherry but also a persistent peppery spice and violet nuance with a lingering finish of black olives and soft vanilla undertones.
The Peppergrinder’s Shiraz can stand its ground to many a large piece of meat – whether it is Madagascan cured fillet or oven grilled rack of lamb.
This wine offers a menthol fresh nose with the palate enriched with dark berries, cassis, some mint chocolate and also a lingering finish with well balanced tannins concentrating on the mid-palate.
Can't complement anything better than a fillet of beef or rack of lamb - this is a wine not for the faint hearted and not for faint food.
This wine offers enchanting strawberry, red cherry and vibrant earthy notes on the nose. These flavours carry forward to a silky palate with ripe fruit and subtle cedar oak.
It makes for great everyday enjoyment, but will complement fried egg noodle or any seasonal salad very well.
Strong apricot flavours on the nose and palate. Honey infused richness with ripe tropical flavours, pear drop and lingering Muscat spice on the palate.
Wonderful accompaniment to desserts, but goes extremely well with baked naartjie basket filled with ice-cream and topped with a caramel dressing.
A wine for any celebratory occasion.
It pairs excellently with fresh oysters with a cranberry dressing or spicy seafood dishes and proves to be great company for fresh garden salads with a coriander twist.
Ina Smith, the queen of the Chenin Blanc Association of South Africa, hosted a delightful ...