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South Africa has always been a great place to find wines that deliver big on value, and always impress in the glass. Boekenhoutskloof is named for the local variety of beech tree that populates the Franschhoek Valley where the winery and estate vineyards are located. The 2019 Boekenhoutskloof "The Wolftrap" Red Blend Western Cape is a blend co-fermented Syrah and Viognier from their estate vineyards with Mourvedre from Stellenbosch. Together Syrah and Viognier bring savory and floral components to the wine, while Mourvedre adds structure and complexity. ...
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Neal Martin writes: "Adi Badenhorst is the charismatic winemaker who alongside Eben Sadie has put Swartland on the map. Outspoken, opinionated and talented, his charisma rubs off upon the wines he creates. Moreover, they are available at extremely affordable prices and serve as a perfect introduction to the delights of Adi’s and Swartland’s wines."
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90 points Wine Spectator: "This features a seductive texture that coats the palate, offering an intriguing mineral grip that supports notes of yellow plum and melon at the core, with spice and floral accents gliding along the edges. Delivers a long, inviting finish. Chenin Blanc. Drink now through 2029. " (05/2020)
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Cabernet Sauvignon is now down to 85% in this wine, joined by 7% Cabernet Franc and 4% each of Petit Verdot and Merlot. As opposed to the hot, ripe 2012 vintage this was a much more Bordeaux-esque one, with a cold wet winter, a long, cool spring and then a warm, dry summer. Picked a little earlier than normal to avoid overripeness, this is reflected in the wine, which has wonderfully vibrant acidity, firm tannins and integrated spiced oak to support a generous core of bright purple-berried fruit. Inky, juicy and supple this is...
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Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. A distinctive African crème liquor made from the fruit of the wild Marula tree, a favorite treat of the region's majestic elephants. Perfect over ice or in a cocktail, like this Tusk at Dusk:<br> 1 oz Amarula Cream<br> ½ oz rum<br> ½ oz Grand Marnier<br> 1 oz chilled espresso<br> Shake ingredients and pour into a...
Price: $24.99

From the importer: "The hefty Cinsault component will ensure excellent aging and enough suppleness for drinking young. Perfumed, peppery, spicy, smokey aromas, with ripe red fruit notes. The palate is supple, smooth on the entry but with enough grip and freshness to finish dry and refreshing."
Price: $14.99

Wine Enthusiast: "This smells vibrant and sweet fruited, with aromas of strawberry hull, ripe melon and pineapple. Despite the fruity intensity on the nose, the palate is light and bright in feel, with citrus-driven flavors and ample acidity to keep it fresh and vibrant through the medium-length close. . " (04/2020) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Bottled under screwcap, the 2019 Limestone Hill Chardonnay has a fresh apple-tinged nose and offers citrus-driven, focused aromas that are bright and lively. The medium-bodied palate is clean and zippy, simi...
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "On the nose of the 2019 Original Chenin Blanc, peach skin, pineapple and honeysuckle all pop out of the glass with precision, followed by wet stone and fresh lemon pith. There is no oak to speak of on the palate. The medium-bodied wine shows its freshness in the mouth along with additional flavors of banana peel and pear slices across the mid-palate. It's a beautiful wine that shows precision, mineral tension and fresh fruit flavors, ending with a lingering finish that delivers pleasure to the drinker. This wine ...
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94 points Vinous: "The 2018 Clay Shales Chardonnay comes from Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge, whole-bunch-pressed without enzymes or SO2 and matured for 10 months in 2,600-liter foudres. It is blessed with a very detailed, Chablis-like bouquet displaying hints of linseed oil and hazelnut. The palate is fresh and vibrant with a fine bead of acidity; the citrus fruit is softened by lovely orange peel and tangerine notes. The finish hints at almond and marzipan. A fabulous Chardonnay from winemaker Peter-Allen Finlayson. (NM)" (11/2019)
Price: $39.99

90 points Vinous: "The 2019 Kloof Street Chenin Blanc underwent a natural ferment with minimal SO2 addition. It has a knockout bouquet for an entry-level Chenin, featuring beautiful orange blossom and apricot scents mixed with hints of lemon thyme. The palate is very well balanced with a fine bead of acidity and impressive tension and energy. Poised all the way through to the finish, this is a superb Kloof Street Chenin Blanc that serves as a perfect introduction to Chris and Andrea Mullineux’s wines. (NM)" (11/2019)
Price: $19.99

90 points Decanter: "This méthode cap classique (South African fizz made in the same way as Champagne) from SA stalwart Graham Beck has a lovely creamy red fruit and apple character, with a rich mousse and brioche finish. It has a vibrant raspberry acidity and a long finish. Great value. (JB)" (10/2017) Wine Spectator: "Peach, white cherry and bergamot notes mingle here, backed by a hint of watermelon rind on the lightly coarse finish. (JM, Web Only—2014)" James Suckling: "A fresh and fruity sparking wine with a light cherry and lemon character. Mediu...
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Inverroche takes its name from the combination of two words that pay homage to their Scottish ancestry, referencing both their Celtic and Gaelic backgrounds. The Scottish word “Inver” meaning ‘a confluence of water’ and the French word “Roche” meaning ‘rock or stone’. Inverroche Distillery was founded by Lorna Scott and her family and has grown from strength to strength in the local community of Still Bay in the Western Cape of Southern Africa. In just 6 years, the distillery has grown from a small home industry to a flourishing and pioneering craft dist...
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92 points Decanter: "Syrah with 4% Carignan, 2% Grenache, 2% Cinsault, 1% Tinta Barroca and 1% Mourvèdre. Beautiful notes of sweet grilled herbs, barbecued and cured meat, fleshy, sappy black berry fruits and tapenade leading to a deliciously distinguished long finish. Real class for the money." (09/2019) Jancis Robinson: "Juicy and peppery aroma. I sense the alcohol initially. But on the palate, the dry fine-grained texture is the star, suffused with black and red fruit. Sweet and juicy but still fresh. 16.5/20 points. (JH)" (09/2019) Robert Parker'...
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Wine Enthusiast: " Pleasant aromas of carnation and brambly berry tones are at the heart of this wine's nose. The palate offers more raspberry and mulberry fruit tones, with medium-intense tannins that lend ample structure to the ripe fruit flavors, leading into a solid yet clean finish." (09/2020) Wine Spectator: "Silky and on the lighter side, but with good concentration of black currant, tobacco and cedar notes. Vibrant, but offers sufficient tannins for balance. Moderate length. Drink now through 2023." (05/2020)
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Rustenberg has a wine-growing history dating back to 1682, when Roelof Pasman from Meurs, near the Rhine, recognised its wine-growing potential. By 1781 some 3000 cases of wine were produced on the farm. Production doubled by the end of the century and a new cellar was built. Wine has been bottled at this cellar for an unbroken period since 1892.In the early 1800s Rustenberg was divided by owner Jacob Eksteen and a section was given to his son-in-law, who named it Schoongezicht and sold it soon after. Rustenberg and Schoongezicht were at their peak aroun...
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Radley & Finch is a range of varietal wines made by Thinus Kruger and Pascal Schildt. The name was inspired from the famous book: To Kill a Mockingbird, but unlike the serious nature of the book, these wines aim to reflect a typical and light-hearted style of wine true to the most enjoyed grape varieties originating in South Africa. The motto: Optimism, beats the pants off pessimism. The goals is for the wines to be an honest path for wine drinkers to delve into the special world of premium South African wines over time. The majority of the grapes for t...
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Sourced from across the broad Western Cape region of South Africa, Radley & Finch offers this Chenin Blanc at an attractive entry-level price. Grapes were sourced from both bush vines and trellised vines primarily in the Agter Paarl and Swartland regions. Winemaker Thinus Kruger primarily utilized indigenous yeasts in a particularly slow fermentation to develop complexity. The result is a citrusy and yellow-fruited profile with hints of spice and grain. It is ready to drink right now, but will fill out and add complexity for a couple of years.
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With almost no other wine region in the world producing this unique varietal, South Africa has forged the way in the polarizing world of Pinotage. A genetic cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsault, it was created in South Africa in 1925 by Abraham Izak Perold, the first Professor of Viticulture at Stellenbosch University. Perold sought to combine the best qualities of both varietals, highlighting the heartier qualities of Cinsault and the elegant, ethereal ones of Pinot Noir. These grapes are from a farm in the hills northwest of Clanwilliam, known for red sa...
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Vinous: "The 2019 Secateurs, Badenhorst’s super-successful entry-level label, comes from 26 Swartland vineyards and is matured in a combination of concrete and foudres. The nose grabs you by the olfactory senses with pineapple, saffron and tangerine aromas. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity, nice focus and good weight on the simple but crisp lime and pineapple finish. Delicious and a great value to boot. (NM)" (11/2019) Wine Spectator: "A floral version, with daisy and dandelion notes around the core of nectarine flavors. This is ...
Price: $14.99

93 points Decanter: "Gently scented with notes of red fruits, roses, bonfire, dark chocolate and spices. Harmonious and sophisticated, with emphasis on savoury complexity." (02/2020) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Estate Pinot Noir begins with a red-fruited core, showing soft oak aromas with a touch of minerality on the nose. The palate moves more to the tart side and expresses with a classic core of red fruit, oak, and has a subtle spicy lift and a mineral edge. The finish is still tight and will age well over the coming years. The medium-bo...
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92 points Decanter: "Made with 50% whole bunches, from one of the highest vineyards on Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge, this wine has classic cherry aromas plus some richer plum fruit. It has such an elegant palate, with mulberry and spice notes, an ethereal lightness and fruit purity, but still with lingering depth and tannic structure for ageing. And the name? A movie about Napoleon was filmed on the site of the vineyard, the year before vines were planted. (JS)" (02/2019) 92 points Vinous: "The 2017 Cuvée Cinema Pinot Noir uses 50% whole-cluster fruit from one...
Price: $39.99

91 points Vinous: "The 2018 Pinotage comes from one of the higher-altitude sites, so it is picked earlier than the whites. It includes 100% whole bunch fruit, spends three weeks on the skins and is matured in 4,000-liter foudres; it undergoes just a little carbonic maceration. This bottle showed a bit of reduction on the nose, although that will blow off with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with slightly chewy tannins and nicely judged acidity, and the solid, slightly austere finish indicates that it will need three or four years in bottle. Fine, b...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "There's a soft toasted-brioche note on the top of this wine's nose, with additional hints of peach skin, lightly grilled apple and orange peel. The palate is light and bright, with fresh citrus and orchard-fruit flavors enlivened by vibrant acidity and a mouthwatering sensation that carries through to the medium-length finish. " (04/2020) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "On the nose, the 2019 Bon Vallon Chardonnay opens with a frame of yellow apple, lemon kiss and pineapple skin with sweet caramel spices. Medium-bodied, the p...
Price: $18.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Rubicon has an expressive nose of mulberry with subtle oak and red and brown spices. Comprised of 49% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot, the full-bodied palate is still tight and structured with a grippy, chewy edge, but elegance can be gained with age and this wine ends well structured with focused balance. (AM)" (10/2019) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Very Old World in style, with a graceful profile and mouthwatering acidity standing firmly behind notes of cherry, sa...
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93 points Decanter: "A blend of Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Roussanne, Sémillon and Clairette from 12 different vineyards, this 2016 is the product of a small crop. The team were forced to pick earlier than usual. It has a richer nose of baked apple, followed on the palate by fresh green apple as well as apple crumble flavours. It has a lemony acidity with some mineral touches, allied to a fuller, richer texture than previous years thanks to a lower pH." (06/2019)
Price: $34.99

Vinous: "The 2016 Vrede Pinot Noir comes from shale soils, including around 10% whole bunches, matured for 11 months in 25% first-fill barrel, 25% second-fill and 50% third-fill. It has a perfumed, floral bouquet of cranberry and raspberry preserve scents complemented by pressed rose petal. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin; touches of candied orange peel infusing the tart red fruit with a brisk, slightly Pommard-like style. I would just like a little more substance on the finish here. Enjoy this over five or six years." (08/2018) Wine Ent...
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92 points James Suckling: "A blue-fruited and deliciously fresh syrah that shows blueberries, black peppers and Chinese spices. Medium-bodied, linear and refined with polished tannins and a succulent, violet-flavored finish. Screw cap. " (06/2018) 92 points Vinous: "The 2016 Syrah is 100% whole-bunch fruit, and I think this gives it the edge over the 2015. It has a very fresh, focused nose with more edginess than the previous vintage, offering touches of peppermint and dried herbs. The palate is very well balanced with fine tannin - quite a "cool custo...

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Brut, which carries six grams per liter of residual sugar and was disgorged December 2016, is an equal blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It has a fresh lime and sea spray bouquet, well defined with a light honeysuckle aroma. The palate is well balanced with citrus peel on the entry. It might not be as persistent as other South African MCCs, but it is bounding with freshness and delivers a tangy orange-pith finish. How how many champagnes can you get change from with a twenty dollar bill? (NM)" (04/2017) Vinous: ...
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