Monthly featured estate

Featured Producer – September
Jordan Wine Estate in Stellenbosch is one of those go-to producers whether you’re looking for quality everyday drinking wines or classics for your cellar. Add to this the cellar-door experience and you’ve got a Cape classic of note.
We’re featuring the following wines this month:
Chameleon Chenin Blanc
Outlier Sauvignon Blanc –  wooded
No added Sulphur Bordeaux red blend
Prospector Shiraz
Buy any of these wines during the month (or one of our wine club packs) and you’ll be entered into the lucky draw. The prize is a tasting experience at the farm
Six bottles of red for R800.00

Jordan no added sulphur Bordeaux – Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc make up this juicy red blend made for early enjoyment
Copper Pot Pinot Noir by Thorne and Daughters – soft tannins, great freshness & some weight on the mid-palate. Enjoyable now, but will definitely reward ageing.
MAN Vintners Bosstok Pinotage – satin feel on the palate, plush fruit and a light, fresh finish (winemag top 10)
Raptor Post red by Fable Mountain Vineyards – vibrant red fruit backed by herbs and spice. Soft tannins and more-ish palate. Grenache Noir, Syrah, Mourvedre
Rainbows End Shiraz – delicious, medium body with notes of red plum, herbs. One to sip around the fire.
Laibach Ladybird red – organic. Blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot with 1% Malbec. Earthy, savoury nose with typical cigar box, cedar notes. Plush fruity palate with fine, chalky tannin.
Six bottles of white for R687.00

Jordan Outlier Sauvignon Blanc – wooded with 8 months lees contact (50% tank fermented). A full, succulent wine. Well-balanced.
Asylum white by Cape Rock – Chenin Blanc from the Olifantsriver Valley showing plenty of quince and white stone fruit. Rounded palate and light, fresh finish.
Mont Blois Kirby Sauvignon Blanc – well-rounded feel. Gooseberry, grapefruit and passion fruit notes.
Force Celeste Semillon (natural wine) – aromatic and spicy nose with a fleshy yellow citrus palate and savoury finish. Fish & chips anyone?
Laibach Sur Lie Chenin Blanc – organic grapes aged in old barrels & concrete eggs, this is a textural wine with subtle peach/apricot notes. Develops beautifully over a few days.
Lynx Blanc de Noir – this is such an unassuming yet totally enjoyable rose. No sharp edges, it shows floral and red berry notes with a soft, gentle palate.
Buy 2 bottles of Beaumont Chenin Blanc in order to enter the lucky draw. R130.00 per bottle.
Sebastian popped in with this surprise the other day – “THANK YOU”. You could win a 2012 Hope Marguerite Magnum


Myburg Cinsaut 2019 – such a lekker wine for R120.00
Sondagskloof Sauvignon Blanc byTrizanne @ R290.00 – we’ve luckily received a few more bottles of this beauty.
Sea Salter by Groote Post is back. 2020 vintage @ R158.00
Laibach Sur Lie chenin blanc 2019 @ R144.00 – organic wine by Francois van Zyl who’s been the winemaker for about 20 years. The estate is organic and from next year all wines will be classified as Estate wines.Deliciously textural with a rich, yellow fruit core and fine, grippy finish.
Catherine Marshall Chenin Blanc in Clay 2019 @ R319.00
Asylum White by Cape Rock @ R155.00 – it’s been a while since we’ve had the sister to the ever-popular Amnesty red in stock.
Thorne and Daughers Snakes and Ladders Sauv Blanc @ R377.00 – not your average Sauv Blanc
Copper Pot Pinot Noir 2019 now available @ R175.00
Rall White 2019 by Donovan Rall @ R335.00
Rainbow’s End Wild Ferment Rose  2020 @ R80.00. Quite possibly the first time I’ve enjoyed a rose from Bordeaux grapes. So tasty and well-balanced with a refreshingly soft, dry finish.
Rainbow’s End Shiraz 2017 @ R186.00. Light a fire and enjoy – medium body, not too fruity, not too spicy. Leaning a little more to ‘Syrah’..
The Alheit 2019 releases – LIMITED as usual
Savage wines – Girl next door sold out