A few of our favourite things

A few of our favourite things

The wines we love – in stock and ready to ship

Now that the ban has been lifted, we've put together a list of over 100 wines that are in stock and ready to be packed and shipped! We're so glad to be back in action and look forward to delivering fine wine to doorsteps across the country.

We asked our sales team to highlight their favourites from the list and these were their top 6 picks...

A few of our favourite things

Anselmo Mendes, Muros Antigos Loureiro 2019
Fresh. Smashable. Fantastic with food.

'The vibrant, delicious Loureiro 2019 is made by the godfather of Vinho Verde, Anselmo Mendes. Loureiro is known for its citrus-like, floral notes, minerality and incredible freshness. This has been one of my go-to whites this year.'Jolette Steyn

Anysbos, Grenache Noir 2018
Profound. Light-footed. Moreish.

'Marelise makes some of SA’s best Grenache Noir and the 2018 vintage from Anysbos is delicious! Made in a lighter style, it’s elegant and focused with beautiful fruit purity, a moreish, savoury and crushed stone-like finish.'Lauren Segers

Beaumont, Hope Marguerite 2014
Depth. Freshness. Balance.

'This is one of the great Overberg Chenins that carries its South African origins beautifully in a Loire-like, demi-sec styling. 'It’s extremely elegant and shows great winemaking deftness,' writes Christian Eedes (95/100). The 2014 is a fantastic, food-seeking Chenin!'Johan Malan

Kleine Zalze, Vineyard Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Powerful. Elegant. Fantastic value.

'For me, this wine stands out because of its dense and fruity, but dry palate with lots of delicious black fruit and fine, layered tannins. The mid-tier Vineyard Selection label from Kleine Zalze always over delivers on the price point.'Aimée Beaumont

Niepoort, Fabelhaft Tinto 2019
Deep. Juicy. Savoury.

'A refreshing expression of Port varieties. Vibrant, dark, sour cherry and raspberry flavours are complemented by earthy savouriness and stone-like tannins. 'A great all-rounder,' writes Julia Harding MW (16/20). It makes the perfect companion to a juicy, charred steak in good company!'Kenny Nassen

Miles Mossop Wines, Introduction Red 2019
Dark-fruited. Layered tannins. Over-delivers on price.

'This is a Cabernet Sauvignon-inspired blend with serious aspirations! Nicely dry, it offers good drinking now without being too easy. It delivers immense value from Miles Mossop, who’s a Stellenbosch Cabernet specialist. Enjoy with hearty winter meals, like slow-cooked brisket or a classic roast.'James Pietersen

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