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  • Van Loveren Platform 62 African Java Pinotage wine
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    Oak matured with vibrant plum and ripe berry fruit on the palate. The wine has an intense aroma of roasted coffee beans followed by a smokey mocha-java aftertaste. STYLE: A smooth, lightly oaked red wine.

    Van Loveren African Java Pinotage

    R60.00
  • This single vineyard wine is made with minimal interference throughout the vinification. During fermentation natural yeast is used and no enzymes. Maturation takes place in neutral vessels to bring through the unique vineyard characteristics.

    Jan Harmsgat Pinotage

    R270.00
  • Incredible rich black red colour-superb balance. Concentrated dense fruit, great complexity for a 2015 and it is just so drinkable already. It is a wine which want to be tasted again and again. Good but not overwhelming concentration of wood with lots of black and red cherry and nice hints of tobacco. Nice, elegant tannins makes this wine perfectly nice and firm. Should get better for another 12 years plus due to its perfect balance

    Viljoensdrift Single Vineyard Pinotage

    R120.00
  • Arabella Pinotage

    Inviting aromas redolent of mocha and chocolate with elegant flavours of prune.

    Arabella Pinotage

    R46.00
  • A hugely popular, smooth red blend. Good upfront fruit and berries on the nose and palate. Soft tannins and a pleasant lingering palate. Available in 500ml and 750ml screwcap and 1,5L

    Van Loveren River Red 1.5

    R68.00
  • A smooth quaffable red wine, with rich coffee and chocolate aromas. It shows dark fruits combined with well-balanced oak.

    Bonnievale Pinotage

    R49.50
  • Rated 4.00 out of 5

    Nose and Pallet: Our boutique style Grenache-Pinotage Rosé has a fresh fruity nose with flavours of violets, strawberries and spice, and a lingering gentle finish. Food pairings:
    It pairs excellent with sushi, chicken, fish and a variety of light meals.

    Le Roux & Fourie Grenache Pinotage Rosé Dry

    R129.00
  • Rooiberg Pinotage has an attractive deep colour and the typical full-flavoured style of rich Pinotage. It has a complex cultivar character, mingling well with good woodiness. If enjoyed young, the fruity Pinotage bouquet can be fully appreciated, but it will develop a wide full flavour with further ageing.

    Rooiberg Red Chair Pinotage

    R48.00
  • All the effort in the vineyard and cellar creates a wine with an intense ruby red colour. On the palate, delightful banana flavours and charms of strawberry, redcurrant and blackberry. This is supported by subtle vanilla notes from ageing in new barrels.

    Rooiberg Pinotage Reserve

    R110.00
  • A sweet, deep red wine with a bouquet of summer berries, and red berry aromas with ripe banana combined with hints of delicious spicy vanilla, leading to a most pleasant finish. Perfect partner with venison, beef fillit or an aromatic curry.

    Imbuko Iswithi Pinotage

    R40.00
  • Sale

    Abundance of ripe fruit with hints of coffee and dark chocolate on the nose. Soft and well balanced palate, with a touch of oak.

    Du Preez Polla’s Red 1,5L

    R85.00 R78.00
  • Why have we called this extraordinary wine “Barista”? Well, the term barista refers to people who specialise in making espresso-based coffees, so naming our unique Coffee Pinotage “Barista” is most appropriate.

    There’s even something called “barista art”, where the frothy cap of your cappuccino is decorated with intricate coffee-powder images in the shape of leaves, flowers, birds or abstract patterns. The skill and technique that goes into the creation of Barista wines requires just as much dedication to the craft, and the results are made clear from the very first sip.

    Robertson Winery Barista Pinotage

    R66.00
  • Naturally, the FAT bastard Pinotage is full bodied with an intense fruit flavour and the real character you only get from hand-harvesting quality grapes (ever so gently to retain all the aroma).

    FAT bastard Pinotage is also aged in small oak barrels for 22 months to add greater weight and complexity.

    Pinotage, a truly South African grape, originated from a cross between Pinot Noir and Hermitage. This wine shows rich aromas of ripe plum and banana with a lingering impression of chocolate and plum pudding.

    However, all you need to know is that it’s an absolute blast to enjoy.

    Robertson Winery Fat Bastard Pinotage

    R92.00
  • Vintage Conditions
    The 2015 vintage commenced two weeks earlier than normal with low rainfall in many areas and strong variation between day and night temperatures which is necessary for quality winemaking. These moderate climatic conditions during the harvest season contributed to exceptional flavour and deep colours in our red wines.

    Overhex Survivor Off Spring Cape Red Blend

    R75.00
  • Vintage Conditions
    The 2015 harvest had the earliest start in decades and was also one of the driest in years, with a 1 – 2% smaller grape harvest promising exceptional wines. Warm weather in August resulted in earlier bud break, after which a warm, dry and windy summer kept vineyard growth under control and accelerated ripening. Although the dry, warm conditions – and especially a lack of rain – necessitated additional irrigation, the dry weather during harvest time was ideal to ensure healthy grapes without diseases or rot. This dryland region’s crop decreased, but smaller berries promise remarkable quality.

    Overhex Survivor Pinotage

    R149.00
  • A boutique style Pinotage which infuses fruity aromas with spicy and peppery undertones. It will pair perfectly with curry dishes, bobotie, sushi and game loins.

    Le Roux & Fourie Pinotage

    R129.00
  • Van Loveren 5 Reserve Fair Trade Pinotage

    Uniquely South African grape variety. A complex nose of strawberry and red cherry notes is followed by refined layers of vanilla and spice on the palate.

    Van Loveren Five Reserve Pinotage

    R38.00
  • The significant amount of Pinotage coupled with the estate grown Merlot marries into a union of old and new world bliss. Subdued spiciness and ripe plum flavours dominate.

    Food Suggestion: Lamb and aubergine burger with caramelized red onion.

    Awards: Michelangelo 2014 – Silver, Veritas 2014 – Bronze, Veritas 2012 – Bronze

    Viljoensdrift River Grandeur Cape Blend Pinotage| Merlot

    R85.00
  • WINEMAKERS COMMENTS A deep purple tint on the rim with delicious flavours of ripe strawberry, banana, juicy plums and rich, red cherry. Produced in an early drinking style with well-integrated wood and a soft, smooth finish. Enjoy now with roast beef, guinea fowl, roast chicken, stews, lamb, pizza and pasta.

    Robertson Winery Pinotage

    R53.00
  • Fat Bastard Pinotage is also aged in small oak barrels for 22 months to add greater weight and complexity.

    Pinotage, a truly South African grape, originated from a cross between Pinot Noir and Hermitage. This wine shows rich aromas of ripe plum and banana with a lingering impression of chocolate and plum pudding.

    However, all you need to know is that it’s an absolute blast to enjoy.

    Fat Bastard Pinotage

    R92.00
  • Through the wizardry of fermentation, our Barista Pinotage derives its rich aroma and flavour of coffee from French oak and carefully-chosen and harvested grapes.

    The term “barista” refers to people who specialise in making espresso-based coffees, so calling our unique Coffee Pinotage “Barista” makes perfect sense.

    Barista Pinotage

    R66.00
  • This delightful wine pays tribute to the bat eared fox, a fascinating little creature which feeds mainly on termites. We’re actively trying to conserve this unique species, which is indigenous to our Robertson estate, as they are often falsely identified as jackals and killed – a practice we are striving to halt.

    The grapes for this wine were hand harvested from vineyards in Paarl and Stellenbosch. The wine was fermented in open and closed fermenters with regular punch downs and pump-overs to ensure upfront fruit and soft extraction. It spent 10 months in 3rd and 4th fill barrels with a portion of the blend remaining unoaked. On the nose you’ll encounter ripe cherry, strawberries and plums with ripe red berries and spices on the palate. A full structured and well balanced wine which rewards with a juicy yet elegant mouthfeel and silky tannins.

    The perfect partner to slow cooked casseroles, fillet, pastas, robust cheeses or a good old fashioned barbeque.

    Graham Beck Wines The Game Reserve Pinotage

    R80.00
  • Rich in dark, ripe berries with undertones of mocha-chocolate. Young, clean tannins makes this wine ready to drink now.

    Ashton Kelder Pinotage

    R49.00
  • Ripe bananas, mulberry and plum make up the complex nose. Smooth, rounded mouth with all the flavour, the nose promised with velvety flow across the palate with sweet fruited, wellrounded tannins. Long, sustained finish. Good now yet has potential to develop over 4/5 years. Good food wine or as stand-alone drink.

    Bon Courage Pinotage

    R94.00

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