South Africa - new world wine

South Africa is the ‘New World’ country with the longest tradition of quality wine production, with the first vines planted in the 17th century. South African wine regions produce around 264 million gallons, which regularly puts the country among the top ten wine producing countries in the world.

Its favourable climate lends itself to producing wine, with Chenin Blanc being the most popular white, and Pinotage, a variety exclusive to South Africa, being the most enjoyed red.

Western Cape
South Africa

Crisp, fresh and fruity.

A South African speciality, this unoaked, aromatic, medium dry white is bursting with ripe, peach and apricot flavours.

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