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 2020

    Green melon, apple, and delicate apricot blossom aromas on the nose. The palate has fresh green apple, pineapple flavours with a hint of wood spice. Crisp, yet well balanced, acidity keeps the wine fresh with great length.

  • Beaumont Hope Marguerite 2019

    Beaumont Hope Marguerite 2019

    Named after Hope Marguerite Beaumont, a woman with character, elegance and a love for wine. A careful selection of the most characterful fruit from our oldest vineyards at Beaumont (planted in ‘74 & ‘78), left to ferment naturally with minimum intervention, matured in mostly old 400L French oak, of which 15% was new wood. The 2019 is a beautifully mouth filling vintage.

  • Graceland Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    Blackberries wrapped in dark chocolate are abundant in this most elegant and stylish Cabernet, with superior fruit expression and structured tannins. A well defined, European style Cabernet, from the best area in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Intense color and long finish bookend this exceptional wine.

  • Graceland-Vineyards-Colour-Field

    Graceland Vineyards Colour Field 2017

    79% Merlot, 17% Shiraz, 4% Cabernet Sauvignon with half barrel matured and the balance in tank. Merlot, the backbone of the blend, is from vines planted in 2003. Elevation from 100m-150m. Soil types fall mainly under the heavier Klapmuts, over decomposed granite. Clay lies 1m-1.2m down.



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