South African Wine Discovery case
Discover premium South African wine; a country making the best wine in its history with bottles punching well above their price tags.
From Decanter Gold Medal Shiraz, to Kanonkop’s quintessential Cape Blend and refreshing cool-climate Whites – this hand-picked selection showcases only the best wine styles coming out of the Cape right now.
All rated over 90pts, this is an impressive selection for anyone looking to experience the winelands.
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Cederberg, Shiraz 2018
Decanter Gold Winner. Complex and full bodied, this Shiraz shows red and black fruit along with notes of leather, clove and mocha. Well integrated oak adds chocolate notes to a very long finish.
96pts | Decanter
Kanonkop, Kadette Cape Blend 2018
“You’ve got to applaud a winery that makes 1.7m bottles of a red blend of this quality. Impressive value.” – Tim Atkin. Lively and fresh, with succulent raspberry flavours supported by a firm, yet silky tannin structure
90pts | Tim Atkin
Glenelly, Estate Reserve 2013
An elegant, yet powerful, red blend from the former owner of Pichon Lalande, the world famous Bordeaux Estate. Aromatics of blackberries, cranberry and blackcurrant mingle with savoury notes and hints of spice, cedar wood and floral tones.
93pts | Tim Atkin
Rustenberg, Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
From exciting winemaker Murray Barlow, two time winner of Diners Club Young Winemaker of the Year. This is a very good wine. Fruit forward with dark berries and notes of tobacco. Well-structured with a lengthy finish.
90pts | Decanter
Paul Wallace Reflection Chardonnay 2019
Leading with prominent citrus notes of lemon and lime backed up by a delicate, oaky sweetness and minerality. An excellent example of the wine for which Elgin is renowned – a highly expressive Chardonnay with remarkably pure fruit flavours.
93pts | Platter’s
Black Oystercatcher, Sauvignon Blanc 2019
Refreshing, balanced and extremely mineral with gooseberry, capsicum and a hint of the Atlantic Ocean. Long, lingering finish. The ideal partner for seafood, particularly oysters.
91pts | Winemag