South Africa

South Africa is definitely the oldest of the wine growing countries catergorised New World, having been first planted in the 1600s.

But the combination of European influence and gradual transformation forces it into the New World category by definition. Not to mention the fact that most non-South African wine drinkers knew nothing about South African wine until the 1980’s at best.

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Imbuko Pinotage

A sweet, deep red 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.
490,000

Imbuko Cabernet Sauvignon

A superb Cabernet Sauvignon with fresh pepper and young red berry on the nose. Well balanced with lovely plum flavours to complement the long smooth finish. Perfect partner with most roast meats, a good steak. South African Red Wine.
490,000

Imbuko Merlot

A bold South African Merlot with charming blackberry aromas ending with a long soft finish. Well balanced Red Wine structured with supple sweet fruit character.
490,000

Imbuko Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

A superb Cabernet Sauvignon with fresh pepper and young red berry nose. Well balanced with lovely plum flavours to compliment the long smooth finish. Another Reserve Red Wine not to be missed.
690,000

Imbuko Pinotage Reserve

An elegant Red Wine with plum and mulberry tones. Good structure with an elegant finish. Serve at room temperature. South African Reserve at its very best.
690,000

Imbuko Van Zijl Reserve

A deliciously bold and fruit driven Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve with succulent blackberry flavours. Smooth end with lingering delight.
790,000