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From gnarly old vineyards Cinsualt is the Cape's favourite red grape with its abundance of soft bramble fruit and a twist of darkly exotic spice.

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Soft and approachable premium wines inspired by more than two centuries of winemaking begun by Nederburg's founder, Philippus Wolvaart, who bought his land in Paarl in 1791

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A medium bodied Merlot with soft, rich fruit such as strawberry and redcurrant with spice and pepper notes.

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A great South Africa Pinotage, which is fruitier and more approachable than many. Medium bodied with red fruit and a touch of mocha. The palate is balanced and full of juicy notes of plum and berries. 

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Many believe a strong front row determines the outcome of a rugby match. Babylon's Peak winemakers think that the Swartland region is in the front row of wine growing in South Africa. 

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Pinotage is South Africa's signature grape, and this wine one of its best examples. Dark stone fruit flavour, quite powerful. Ideal with a hearty red meat dish.

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