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    • 2010 Rustenberg Peter Barlow Stellenbosch

      So named after the man who bought Rustenberg in 1941 and restored it. Fruit comes from estate's oldest vineyard and the result is without doubt one of the country's finest Cabernets. Lush cassis fruit meets cedar wood and...


    • 2012 Kaapzicht Steytler Pinotage Stellenbosch

      Such an esteemed and quality-driven red deserves a big casserole to show off its ample charm. Vivid fruit - dark cherries and red plums - with a sophisticated chocolate and coconut vein showing nicely because of young oak...


    • 2012 Vergelegen G.V.B. Flagship Red Stellenbosch

      This shone brightly at a recent tasting we held, and an older vintage opened the same night showed how well this stuff can age. A classic Cape Bordeaux blend with excellent dark fruited notes - plums, cassis and mulberries -...


    • 2014 Boekenhoutskloof Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon

      The first new release from Boekenhoutskloof in 15 years has been worth the wait. Their Franshhoek Cabernet is proper 'hen's teeth' material so we were delighted when this Stellenbosch offering appeared. It's a mighty wine -...


    • 2015 The Liberator 'The Francophile' Syrah

      Good clean weeknight Syrah here. Plenty of spiced up black fruit as well as a delightfully smooth texture. There's some freshness here but more structure than one might expect for the money. Bargain!


    • 2015 Waterkloof 'Seriously Cool' Cinsault

      A slightly lighter style of red here, and one which can served at cellar temperature so it works rather nicely if chilled. Aspects of pepper, flowers and a note of star anise too. It works with lightly spiced dishes as well...