Wines from South Africa

Some say that South Africa has perhaps the most perfect climate and soil for growing grapes in the world. 

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Capensis 2014
Western Cape, South Africa
Chardonnay
BGN 139.00
BGN 118.15
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Metis Sauvignon Blanc Pascal Jolivet 2017
Western Cape, South Africa
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 39.00
BGN 33.15
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Aloe Tree Chenin Blanc 2019
Western Cape, South Africa
Chenin Blanc
BGN 11.90
BGN 10.12
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Деморгензон DMZ Шенин Блан 2019
South Africa
Chenin Blanc Стари bush vine лозя, растящи върху разграден гранит и пясъч...
BGN 24.50
BGN 20.82
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Деморгензон Маестро Уайт 2015
South Africa
Roussanne Вертикално разположените лозови насаждения позволяват оптима...
BGN 47.50
BGN 40.38

The main areas are nestled on top of the country around Cape of Good Hope, where the first vineyards were planted by Dutch merchants in the 1650s for wine production. Why there - because this was the first stop for ships sailing from Australia to Europe, and at that time it was believed that wine cures scurvy (sailors' disease). From there, the vine spread to South Africa's most famous region to date, Stellenbosch, as well as to Paarl, home to their best fortified wines and Swartland.

The most common grape variety here is the white Chenin Blanc, known as Steen. This is a universal grape that makes wonderful, dry and semi-dry wines with a strong melon aroma, as well as rich dessert wines. The red Pinotage is the symbol of South Africa, a crossing between Pinot Noir and Cinsault, whose aromatic profile varies from light and refreshing to complex, dense and spicy.