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    • 2010 Porseleinberg Swartland

      Owned by Boekenhoutskloof so quality assured! Some fruit from this estate finds its way into Boekenhoutskloof but the cream goes into Porseleinberg itself, which is sourced from organically grown grapes. Steeped redcurrant...


    • 2013 Eben Sadie Treinspoor Swartland

      40 year old Tinta Barocca vines make up this very scarce wine. Incredibly pure in character - ripe red fruit such as red currant and strawberry, with hints of smoke and herbs such as bay leaf. Wins friends all over.


    • 2014 Eben Sadie Treinspoor Swartland

      South African Tinta Barocca of serious quality - but then that is what you would expect from this producer. Savoury notes meet dark fruit and minerals, yet there's a feel of rusticity which is kept under control by fine...


    • 2015 Columella Sadie Family Swartland

      Some regard this as the country's greatest wine - a snip if you compare it to 'France's greatest wine'! Spicy and fragrant, this shows ample amounts of mulberry and damson fruit sitting among the copious amount of...


    • 2015 Eben Sadie Pofadder Swartland

      Very fine indeed and just showing some development in the myriad core of floral and berry notes. Bright and palate-lifting with crucial Sadie balance, and with some very cool mineral layers.


    • 2015 Leeuwenkuil Cinsault Swartland

      The fruit is sourced from old bush vine vineyards and this is a wine made to be drunk on release although it will age happily to 2020 with ease. There's some red fruit notes among the darker fruit characters but you'll also...