Veuve Cliquot Brut NV
Deep golden colour, fragrant bouquet and voluptuous aromas, fine mousse.
Moet and Chandon NV
A fine cuveè, elegant, light and easy to drink
De la Venoge
The bouquet displays scents of flowers, slowly evolving towards more buttery, buiscuity aromas. A judicious blend of the three champagne grape varieties: 45% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 25% Pinot Meunier
Pierre Jordaan Cuveè Belle Rose
Red berry flavours, delicate salmon pink colour, velvet textured palate, crisp finish.
Villiera Tradition Brut
Fruit perfectly balanced by vibrant acidity, lively finish
Yeast and apple tones, layered with toast and ripe fruit.
J.C. Le Roux – Le Domaine
A low alcohol, sweet sparkling wine, with floral flavours.
Fresh greengage and gooseberry tones, balanced by mineral steeliness and good acidity.
Mouthwatering acidity, ripe fruit core, steely persistent finish.
Green figs and gooseberry flavours, fresh and satisfying.
Asparagus and dusty fig notes, racy acidity.
Muldersbosch Steen op Hout
Lightly oaked, with a floral, honeyed bouquet, and satisfying palate.
Barrel fermented, intense fruit, layers of flavour, lively acidity.
Abundant green apple fruit, complex flavours, firm finish.
Barrel fermented, nutty and spicy, palate cleansing acidity.
Bouchard Finlayson Kaaimansgat
Barrel fermented, vibrant floral, lime and mineral notes.
Creamy oak, in harmony with lime, straw and mineral flavours.
De Wetshof Bon Vallon
Unwooded, citrus and yeast aromas, fresh apple flavours
Perfumed, fruity and floral, with savoury oak notes.
Blend of Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Creamy floral aromas, yeasty flavours.
Buitenverwachting Buiten Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc based blend, crisp fresh flavours.
Boschendal Le Bouquet
Fairview Goats do Roam Rosé
Coral hued, fresh fruity blend.
Light red, with red berry scents, sweet softness balanced by pleasing freshness.
Boschendal Blanc de Noir
Pale cerise colour, mouth filling, slightly off-
Nederburg Special Late Harvest
Sweet, fragrant and flowery.
Noble Late Harvest
Fleur de Cap Noble Late Harvest
Wafting botrytis, pineapple, tangerine and apricot flavours. Sweetness balanced with good acidity.
Fortified Dessert Wines
By the glass
Boplaas White Muscadel
Fruity, raisin flavours matched with tangy acidity.
Bon Courage Red Muscadel
Muscat flavours with sweet raisin character
By the glass
Kasteelberg, Riebeeck West
Delectable aromas of raisins and blackcurrant with coffee and mocha undertones.
De Krans Cape Tawny Port
Toffee and caramel bouquet, tealeaf and coffee notes.
Big, ripe, soft tannins, full fruited palate of berries and spices.
Red fruit vibrancy of Pinotage lifted by aromatic 4% Viognier component..
Red/black cherry fruit, lively finish with firm tannins.
Full flavoured black fruit bouquet, ripe berry flavours, tangy acidity.
Big and powerful, still fruity, rustic and tannic, with sweet varnish.
Silky rich and spicy, full of ripe black fruits and plums, with integrated oak tannins.
Complex flavours of red and black berries combined with coffee, spices and chocolate.
Springfield – Whole Berry
A velvety wine, juicy fruit flavours coupled with softer tannins and classical varietal characteristics.
Easy drinking, spicy, fruity nose and firm palate.
Powerful blackberry bouquet, rich silky flavours encompassing black currants, ripe plums, ground spices and coffee grounds.
Plaisir de Merle
Beautifully balanced, plummy, luscious ripe fruits, backed by good tannins.
Measured mulberry fruit, meaty aromas, and judicious oak.
Fresh berry and mint charm, partially oaked.
Powerful plum fruit, chocolate and spice flavours, backed by vibrant acidity and firm tannins.
A delicious, spicy nose and complex flavours that include raspberry, plums, pimento and pepper.
Stellenzicht Golden Triangle
Powerful, pepper infused, fresh acidity, fine tannins.
Smooth, rounded mix of spiced berries and pepper.
Red and black cherry on the nose, good fruit and a hint of mushrooms on the palate, perfectly integrated tannins.
Bouchard Finlayson Galpin Peak
Complex notes of chocolate and mocha, black fruits and forest floor, concentrated flavours and a spicy, minerally finish.
Bordaux Style Red Wines
A South African icon. Big, but graceful, complex dark berry fruit flavours, chocolate and coffee, perfect acid and tannin balance.
De Toren – Fusion V
Glossy, modern blend , great complexity and concentration of luscious flavours, powerful, yet fine, tannins
Buitenverwachting – Christine
Classically styled, rich, deep cassis and cherry fruit, spicy cedar and minerals, fine-
Rupert and Rothschild Classique
Jordan – Chameleon
Approachable Cabernet/Merlot blend. Ripe cassis and plums, structured French oak.
A blend of Bordeaux varieties and Shiraz. Layers of fruit, with walnut piquancy, well oaked.
Graham Beck Railroad Red
Agreeable blend of Shiraz and Cabernet. Smoky, spicy, juicy fruit, good tannins.
Tips on matching wine with food
Knowing which wine will go well with a particular meal isn’t always easy. Of course individual tastes are different, but traditionally the rule of thumb has always been: red wine with meat, dry white wine with fish & white meat, sweet wine with dessert.
You can use this as a basic guide, but don’t feel you can’t deviate from it when your personal taste calls for something different.
A number of other factors also play a role in matching wine with food:
The body of the wine should match “ heaviness “ of the food. A full-
A wine with a powerful flavour should accompany powerfully flavoured food such as chilly dishes
Wine that accompanies food containing citrus or vinegar calls for a wine with acidity to match. Not enough acidity in the wine can result in it tasting flat and dull.
• Salty foods:
It’s a good idea to balance salty foods with a slighter sweeter wine.
If a wine is sweeter than the food it will taste drier than it is – the sweetness of the wine should at least equal the food
A robust & young red wine tends to turn metallic or tinny when served with fish, and bitter with salt
You will also need to take special care when selecting wines for foods that significantly affect the taste of wine:
• Oily fish like sardines and mackerel distort the flavours of wine
• Hot chilly & curries numb your taste buds, inhibiting your tasting capability
• Artichokes, spinach, asparagus, watercress and fennel make most wines taste either metallic and bitter, or unusually sweet
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