South Africa

With more than 350 years of winemaking history, South Africa is often described as a bridge between the Old and New Worlds. Most wines are made using New World winemaking techniques but often have more in common stylistically with their European counterparts. The country’s signature variety is Pinotage, which was crossed between Pinot Noir and Cinsault at Stellenbosch University in 1925. In addition, large amounts of Shiraz, Cabernet and Merlot are grown. Chenin Blanc, or Steen as it is known locally, is the most popular white variety.

Much of the country’s wine production is around the Western Cape where mountains, valleys and plateaus allow winemakers to produce a diverse range of styles. Sparkling wine is even produced and named Cap Classique.

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  • Beaumont-Chenin-Blanc

    Beaumont Chenin Blanc 2023

    Made from 100% Beaumont, Bot River fruit. . This wine is punchy and full of character. The vintage produced plenty fruit with good concentration and a very long and slow fermentation. It is a delicious example of cooler climate Chenin Blanc fermented in concrete and stainless steel tanks. Dry, fresh and delicious!

  • Graceland-Vineyards-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Graceland Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

    This is an elegant Cabernet Sauvignon made using grapes from three blocks of varying age. On the nose, hints of dark cherries, blackberries, anise and dark fruit. Mouth-feel is full with a long, lingering and opulent finish.

  • Graceland-Vineyards-Colour-Field

    Graceland Vineyards Colour Field 2022

    72% Merlot, 17% Shiraz, 11% Cabernet Sauvignon



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