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  1. 2010 Merlot Stellenbosch, Thelema

    Deep, brooding purple in colour with some brick red highlights. The nose has pretty red-fruit characters with some hints of spices such as cinnamon and liquorice. The palate is juicy, broad and ripe, packed with red and black berry fruits, a firm, well integrated oaky structure and a bold, well defined finish which makes it a great food wine.

  2. 2012 Sutherland Pinot Noir, Thelema

    The wine is light and clean, with earthy wild strawberry and raspberry flavours, and a perfumed and elegant finish.

  3. 2011 First Sighting Shiraz, Strandveld

    Deep ruby with purple hues, the nose bursts with white pepper and spice with an all elegant red-berry scented fruit with mocha notes and soft, lingering tannins.

  4. 2013 Skaapveld Shiraz, MAN Family

    Distinctive aromas of ripe plum and pepper spices, mouth-filling sweet red-berry flavours and gentle tannins characterize this wine. A touch of Viognier was co-fermented with the Shiraz for the aromatic lift it gives to the wine, which emphasises the berry fruit and spice aromas on the nose. The American oak barrels give a hint of vanilla spice and contribute to the smooth silky tannins.

  5. 2009 Synchronicity, Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Pinotage, Martin Meinert

    A big rich wine from South Africa that emanates wild berry and sweet plum aromas. Silky, velvety texture and elegance in the mouth that counterpoints its power.

  6. 2011 First Sighting Pinot Noir, Strandveld

    Ruby red with a brick coloured rim and brimming with cherries, strawberries and foresty fruits on the nose. The palate is juicy fresh with sour cherries and firm tannin. Sprightly and elegant.

  7. 2011 The Navigator, Strandveld

    Aromas of cool-climate spice with white pepper and cloves. The spiciness carries through to the palate and is complemented by black berry flavours, with floral hints courtesy of the Viognier. The Grenache contributes dried-peach tannins. The wine has an ageing potential of 5 – 10 years.

  8. 2003 Lourens River Valley Red, Morgenster

    Opaque centre with lighter brick red edges, young and vibrant red.Starts out more herbaceous with lavender and thyme in the lead. Cabernet franc much more predominant with some whiffs of coffee. Then comes the cassis, raspberry and perfumey rose petals. Elegant and accessible entry, fullness is a given. A seamlessly put together palate. Beautiful balance of fruit, wood and acidity.

  9. 2003 Morgenster Estate Red, Morgenster

    Colour: Saturated ruby red.
    Nose: Sexy aromas of dark berries, cassis and kirsch, hints of chocolate and mocha.
    Palate: The palate impression offers ripe fruit, bedded in finely knitted ripe tannins. All these combine to assail the palate with a level of density, structure and viscosity to offer an outstanding mouth-feel. A liquid velvet texture is transformed by a rocky, minerally element. A complete wine with a classic elegance and excellent finish.

  10. 2011 Heyden's Red, Welmoed
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    2011 Heyden's Red, Welmoed

    (6x75cl)

    Deep, dark red colour. Expressive layers of Bordeaux varietals with blackcurrant, ripe berry and tannins. Well balanced, medium to full bodied with great finish

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