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South African WineTraditionally, South African wine was known for two varietals - Chenin
Blanc (known there as Steen) and Pinotage, a less than successful try at
making a hardier, higher yielding Pinot Noir (by crossing it with
Cinsault, which grows like a weed).
Their Chenin Blanc is still top notch, and Pinotage still has its devotees. But South Africa is now known for much more.
are now making excellent wines from many varieties. Cabernet Sauvignon
and Merlot, Syrah (Shiraz) and Sauvignon Blanc can stand with the top
ranks of those varieties from around the world.
Intense red color with ripe berry flavors. Lovely more
It has a rich, deep colour and delivers complex, ... more
Brimming with abundant blackcurrant aromas, this ... more
The dar, blackcurrant fruit of Cabernet combined ... more
Chenin Blanc is South Africa’s most widely ... more
"Ever since falling in love with South Africa, ... more
Just the wine for summer parties... crisp , ... more
For decades, Kanonkop – South Africa’s equivalent more
Classic nose, showing tobacco, cedar and ripe ... more
Brilliant with tinges of green
Aromas of ... more
Color: Clear and bright with a greenish tint. ... more
2008: 90 Points
- James Molesworth, ... more
Bright straw colour with an aromatic nose of ripe more