Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch is a world-renowned wine region located in the Cape Winelands, known for its exceptional wines, stunning natural beauty, and diverse terroir. The region is home to a range of acclaimed wineries, including Kanonkop Wine Estate, Rust en Vrede Wine Estate, and Thelema Mountain Vineyards, each known for their exceptional wines and commitment to sustainable and ethical practices. Stellenbosch boasts a Mediterranean climate, cooled by maritime breezes from the nearby Atlantic Ocean, with warm summers and mild winters. Its diverse terroir, including a range of soil types and microclimates, creates ideal growing conditions for a variety of grape varietals.


Experience the world-class wines of Stellenbosch and discover why this historic wine region continues to be a favorite among wine lovers. From bold and full-bodied reds to crisp and elegant whites, Stellenbosch offers an exceptional range of wines to suit every taste and preference. Plan a visit to this beautiful wine region and explore the vineyards, taste the wines, and immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of South African winemaking. With its stunning natural beauty, exceptional wines, and warm hospitality, Stellenbosch is a destination not to be missed.



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Coastal Region 1 96 (GS)
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Greg Sherwood MW (96)

A blend of 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 46% Syrah and 7% Petit Verdot which was aged for 19 months in French oak, 50% new 400 litre barrels and 50% second fill. A seductively perfumed vintage, the aromatics show alluring notes of violets, potpourri and hits of lily over dark bramble berry fruits with hints of mocha espresso notes that combine with subtle buttered brown toast nuances. The palate shows fabulous elegance and finesse with a soft touch concentration of black currant, Christmas pudding, savoury plum compote and black cherry. The tannins are powdery and fine grained but also structured and drying, combining well with a fresh glossy acidity that keeps the finish focused, vibrant and bright. An impressive wine that not only shows off another great vintage in the Cape but also what is increasingly possible with the superb Anwilka Stellenbosch terroir.
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Coastal Region 47 95 (JS)
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£182.44
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James Suckling (95)

Aromas of red and black currants, black licorice and fresh garden herbs. Full-bodied with fine, decadent tannins that run the length of the wine. Widescreen on the palate with lovely openness, but still retains some exciting tension. Very different mouth-feel than previous vintages. Textural at the finish. Very nicely structured. Best after 2025.
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Coastal Region 1 18.5+ (MJ)
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£268.84
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Matthew Jukes (18.5+)

Plush and packed with cassis, this is a tremendously flashy wine with deep wells of liqueur-like fruit coupled with strident oak and a lovely bright, dry finish. Yearning to be set free, BCSS is like a prize-fighter itching for the bell so it can launch itself at its opponent. This is an amazing Cabernet and while it has the stuffing to go deep into the later rounds, I love its toned flanks and glistening musculature right now.
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Coastal Region 1 97 (PG)
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£295.24
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Platter's South African Wine Guide (97)

(Cabernet Sauvignon of the Year) Power & precision combine in stellar 2019. Ripe black cherry fruit with lifted perfume notes (dab of cab franc, as Franschhoek sibling), fine integrated tannins & fresh, lithe appeal. 75% new French oak adds to muscular richness completing a very fine wine. 5 parcels in Helderberg, Polkadraai & Faure.
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Coastal Region 1 98 (TA)
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£457.24
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Tim Atkin MW (98)

I’m making this for Syrah fanatics”, says Reenen Borman. Lucky them is all I can say, because this is another stunning release from a brilliant young winemaker. Intense, granitic and spicy, with lovely lavender and garrigue aromas, layers of dark, inky fruit, stylish oak and amazing length. What more do you want from a Syrah? 2020-30
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Coastal Region 1 -
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£491.09
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Coastal Region 1 -
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£427.24
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The benchmark cuvée from the exceptionally talented Reenen Borman, at the helm of this mythical estate since 2010 - this wine is spoken about in hushed tones amongst experts, critics.

50% whole-bunch fermentation has given the wine monolithic structure, without a single brick out of place. 25% of the wine was raised in 400 litre oak barrels, imparting gentle seasoning and further fine tannins, whilst the remaining 75% was raised in concrete eggs, preserving the fruit's sensational freshness and impossible purity.

Naturally, this wine is infantile due to its quality and structure, but already it displays a mesmeric mélange of violets, dried flowers, herbs and spices on the nose. Positively quivering with energy at this stage, the wine’s acidity shoots like Artemis’ arrow across the palate, losing no momentum through the endless finish. It is hard to overstate the juddering quality of Epilogue – Tim Atkin MW said of the 2017 that it was “now established as one of the Cape’s great Syrahs”... It is now one of the world’s greatest wines.
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Coastal Region 1 92 (TA)
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£163.24
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Tim Atkin MW (92)

Kottabos is all made with grapes from the Polkadraai area and is a southern Rhône-style blend of Grenache and 40% Syrah, benefiting from 60% whole bunches. Easy drinking and engagingly perfumed, with pot pourri and Turkish Delight aromas, candy floss sweetness and nuanced tannins. 2021-25
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Coastal Region 5 -
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£272.98
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Characterised by undying refinement and complexity, the Cape Winemakers Guild De Trafford Reserve Chenin Blanc 2018 is a sterling exhibit of South African artistry. Landed from the sun-drenched vineyards of Stellenbosch, this wine is a creation of acclaimed winemaker David De Trafford. Reserved for the best harvests, the grapes undergo careful selection, ageing on lees for eleven months, imparting this wine with an optimised body and structure.

Each sip unveils a symphony of ripe peach, delicate pineapple, piquant ginger and nuanced nutty undertones, making this full-bodied wine an ambassador of elegance. The Cape Winemakers Guild De Trafford Reserve Chenin Blanc 2018 is an exemplary blend of terroir-driven minerality and vivacious acidity, garnering well-deserved recognition globally. A must-have for collectors and connoisseurs alike, this Chenin Blanc is an embodiment of South Africa's passionate winemaking tradition. Don't miss the chance to savour this rare geolocation's quintessential expression.

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Coastal Region 3 -
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£428.69
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Emanating from the heritage-rich soils of the Western Cape, South Africa, the 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' is a true embodiment of meticulous winemaking. Jean Daneel, renowned fine wine producer, harnesses his unyielding passion to create this unparalleled Chenin Blanc. Matured in French oak barrels, the wine possesses a remarkable balance of oaky nuances and fruity zest.

The 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' enchants connoisseurs with a sublime golden hue, encapsulating enthralling aromas of apple, white peach, and honeyed pear. The energetic palate springs forth a lucid acidity that impeccably counters the plump fruit depth, culminating in a lingering mineral finish.

Handpicked, foot-trodden, and crafted from bush vines aged 38-54 years, this multi-dimensional wine bespeaks its terroir. The 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' succeeds in encapsulating the rich characteristics of old-world winemaking, while embracing the allure of new-age innovation.

A sheer display of masterful craftsmanship, the 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' is poised to be etched in the annals of fine wine lore.

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Coastal Region 10 90 (VN)
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£187.49
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Vinous (90)

Bright ruby-red. Sexy, soil-inflected scents of blueberry, tobacco, black tea and spices. Plush, pliant and sweet on the palate, offering considerable immediate appeal and finishing with a fine dusting of tannins and very good length. Not especially complex but delicious and perfumed right now; sweeter and more pliant than the 2013 version but without that wine's lift or tannic clout.
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Coastal Region 10 91 (VN)
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£177.89
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Vinous (91)

Bright ruby-red. Lovely floral lift to the aromas of blackberry, blueberry, tobacco and licorice. Plush, very ripe aromas of medicinal black cherry, dark berries and licorice. An almost creamy style of Cabernet Franc but with a restrained sweetness. Not hugely deep but finishes with sneaky length. Ultimately more complex and gripping than the 2012 version.
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Coastal Region 8 -
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£179.09
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Coastal Region 9 -
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£185.09
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Coastal Region 2 90 (VN)
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£257.09
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Vinous (90)

Bright ruby-red. Musky aromas of black raspberry, smoke, nuts and coffee. Sweet and supple on the palate, with a pliant texture but not quite the consistency of ripeness as the 2009 version. Dark berry flavors are joined by tobacco, truffle and herbs. Here the tannins are a touch green and less refined than those of the 2009, but the finish is still rich and persistent.
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Coastal Region 9 90 (VN)
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£178.66
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Vinous (90)

(15.8% alcohol; Cabernet Sauvignon blended with 7% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc; 40% new French oak): Liqueur-like black cherry, blueberry, mocha and licorice on the nose, along with hints of pepper, fresh herbs and woodsmoke. Hugely ripe, plush and chewy but initially a bit dulled by alcohol. Rich, deep dark berry and chocolate flavors emerged with air. Finishes long, sweet and ripely tannic, with enough acidity to maintain its balance. A major no-holds-barred mouthful of Cabernet.
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Coastal Region 9 91 (VN)
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£212.69
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Vinous (91)

Full ruby-red. Brooding aromas of black cherry, cassis and licorice. Rich, sweet, seamless, plush cabernet with an almost chocolatey ripeness as well as a medicinal reserve to its pliant dark berry flavors. Wonderfully creamy, edge-free wine to drink soon or lay down. But will it be as expansive as the 2012? Lots of dusty tannins here.
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Coastal Region 9 -
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£191.09
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Coastal Region 6 89 (VN)
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£53.29
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Vinous (89)

The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon comes from two parcels, blended with 5% Merlot and matured in 35% new oak for 22 months. The bouquet has an attractive bouquet, quite pure with blackberry, raspberry coulis and light tobacco notes. The palate is medium-bodied with tertiary black fruit, cigar box and a touch of fig, nicely proportioned and classic in style with an almost Bordeaux-like finish. One for those who like a more classic-styled Cabernet.
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Coastal Region 9 89 (VN)
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£161.09
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Vinous (89)

The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon comes from two parcels, blended with 5% Merlot and matured in 35% new oak for 22 months. The bouquet has an attractive bouquet, quite pure with blackberry, raspberry coulis and light tobacco notes. The palate is medium-bodied with tertiary black fruit, cigar box and a touch of fig, nicely proportioned and classic in style with an almost Bordeaux-like finish. One for those who like a more classic-styled Cabernet.
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Coastal Region 16 88 (WA)
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£173.09
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Wine Advocate (88)

A full range of fruits can be seen with the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon. Red, black and blue fruit are all present on the nose, with oak tones hiding in the back as well as subtle earth and cigar box aromas. Medium to full-bodied in the mouth, dark cherry, cassis and juicy blueberry glide across the mid-palate, showing integrated soft, earthy aromas of leather and inorganic rock, ending with a long finish. This is a pleasing and structured Cabernet with a focused balance. The wine spent 22 months in oak barrels, 35% new. 8,040 bottles were made.
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Coastal Region 3 -
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£53.29
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Coastal Region 21 -
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£179.09
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Coastal Region 1 95 (PG)
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£322.18
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Platter’s Wine Guide (95)

5* Exceptional wine in standout vintage, 'similar to 2007,' per David Trafford. Intense and structured, savoury tapenade undertone to black fruit and morello cherry aromas and flavours, mineral finish. Miniscule yield, just 1.2kg per vine; combo own (Mont Fleur) and neighbour (Keermont) grapes. Follows equally stylish 2016. 22 months oak, 35% new. Unfiltered.
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Coastal Region 2 91 (VN)
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£211.24
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Vinous (91)

Straw-gold. Peach, honey, menthol, herbs and flowers on the complex nose and palate. Honeyed, thick and brisk, with penetrating, ripe acidity perfectly buffering the wine's sweetness. Finishes very long, smooth and surprisingly dry. Very rich and very well balanced chenin blanc, one of the best of my tastings this year.
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Coastal Region 6 91 (VN)
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£142.84
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Vinous (91)

Bright yellow-gold. Deep, complex aromas of yellow fruits, smoke and honey, lifted by a subtle note of white flowers. At once dense, smooth and light on its feet, showing a fruitier personality and an airier texture than the 2015, not to mention an element of saline minerality. Here the oak influence gives shape to the wine and draws out its tactile finish. This may go truffley in its golden years.
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Coastal Region 5 89 (VN)
Inc. VAT
£163.24
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Vinous (89)

Pale gold-tinged yellow. Slightly musky, subdued scents of pineapple and fig. Broad, plush and dry, conveying serious palate presence and a suggestion of spicy oak that gives the finish a bit of phenolic firmness. A rather uncompromising Chenin Blanc, notable more for its texture than for its lift or fruit definition.
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Coastal Region 16 88 (WA)
Inc. VAT
£151.24
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Wine Advocate (88)

A clean and refreshing Chenin with classic citrus tones, the 2017 Chenin Blanc was 100% barrel fermented with natural yeasts. On the palate, the wine is consistent with nose and has a good structure, showing clean, correct citrus along with soft, just-ripe stone fruits and white flowers. Medium-bodied, the wine ends clean and crisp with a moderate to long finish. Just over 10,000 bottles were made.
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Coastal Region 8 -
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£53.21
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Coastal Region 16 -
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£151.24
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Coastal Region 1 96 (GS)
In Bond
£167.00
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Greg Sherwood MW (96)

A blend of 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 46% Syrah and 7% Petit Verdot which was aged for 19 months in French oak, 50% new 400 litre barrels and 50% second fill. A seductively perfumed vintage, the aromatics show alluring notes of violets, potpourri and hits of lily over dark bramble berry fruits with hints of mocha espresso notes that combine with subtle buttered brown toast nuances. The palate shows fabulous elegance and finesse with a soft touch concentration of black currant, Christmas pudding, savoury plum compote and black cherry. The tannins are powdery and fine grained but also structured and drying, combining well with a fresh glossy acidity that keeps the finish focused, vibrant and bright. An impressive wine that not only shows off another great vintage in the Cape but also what is increasingly possible with the superb Anwilka Stellenbosch terroir.
More Info
Coastal Region 47 95 (JS)
In Bond
£136.00
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James Suckling (95)

Aromas of red and black currants, black licorice and fresh garden herbs. Full-bodied with fine, decadent tannins that run the length of the wine. Widescreen on the palate with lovely openness, but still retains some exciting tension. Very different mouth-feel than previous vintages. Textural at the finish. Very nicely structured. Best after 2025.
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Coastal Region 1 18.5+ (MJ)
In Bond
£208.00
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Matthew Jukes (18.5+)

Plush and packed with cassis, this is a tremendously flashy wine with deep wells of liqueur-like fruit coupled with strident oak and a lovely bright, dry finish. Yearning to be set free, BCSS is like a prize-fighter itching for the bell so it can launch itself at its opponent. This is an amazing Cabernet and while it has the stuffing to go deep into the later rounds, I love its toned flanks and glistening musculature right now.
More Info
Coastal Region 1 97 (PG)
In Bond
£230.00
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Platter's South African Wine Guide (97)

(Cabernet Sauvignon of the Year) Power & precision combine in stellar 2019. Ripe black cherry fruit with lifted perfume notes (dab of cab franc, as Franschhoek sibling), fine integrated tannins & fresh, lithe appeal. 75% new French oak adds to muscular richness completing a very fine wine. 5 parcels in Helderberg, Polkadraai & Faure.
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Coastal Region 1 98 (TA)
In Bond
£365.00
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Tim Atkin MW (98)

I’m making this for Syrah fanatics”, says Reenen Borman. Lucky them is all I can say, because this is another stunning release from a brilliant young winemaker. Intense, granitic and spicy, with lovely lavender and garrigue aromas, layers of dark, inky fruit, stylish oak and amazing length. What more do you want from a Syrah? 2020-30
More Info
Coastal Region 1 -
In Bond
£390.00
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Coastal Region 1 -
In Bond
£340.00
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The benchmark cuvée from the exceptionally talented Reenen Borman, at the helm of this mythical estate since 2010 - this wine is spoken about in hushed tones amongst experts, critics.

50% whole-bunch fermentation has given the wine monolithic structure, without a single brick out of place. 25% of the wine was raised in 400 litre oak barrels, imparting gentle seasoning and further fine tannins, whilst the remaining 75% was raised in concrete eggs, preserving the fruit's sensational freshness and impossible purity.

Naturally, this wine is infantile due to its quality and structure, but already it displays a mesmeric mélange of violets, dried flowers, herbs and spices on the nose. Positively quivering with energy at this stage, the wine’s acidity shoots like Artemis’ arrow across the palate, losing no momentum through the endless finish. It is hard to overstate the juddering quality of Epilogue – Tim Atkin MW said of the 2017 that it was “now established as one of the Cape’s great Syrahs”... It is now one of the world’s greatest wines.
More Info
Coastal Region 1 92 (TA)
In Bond
£120.00
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Tim Atkin MW (92)

Kottabos is all made with grapes from the Polkadraai area and is a southern Rhône-style blend of Grenache and 40% Syrah, benefiting from 60% whole bunches. Easy drinking and engagingly perfumed, with pot pourri and Turkish Delight aromas, candy floss sweetness and nuanced tannins. 2021-25
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Coastal Region 5 -
In Bond
£189.00
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Characterised by undying refinement and complexity, the Cape Winemakers Guild De Trafford Reserve Chenin Blanc 2018 is a sterling exhibit of South African artistry. Landed from the sun-drenched vineyards of Stellenbosch, this wine is a creation of acclaimed winemaker David De Trafford. Reserved for the best harvests, the grapes undergo careful selection, ageing on lees for eleven months, imparting this wine with an optimised body and structure.

Each sip unveils a symphony of ripe peach, delicate pineapple, piquant ginger and nuanced nutty undertones, making this full-bodied wine an ambassador of elegance. The Cape Winemakers Guild De Trafford Reserve Chenin Blanc 2018 is an exemplary blend of terroir-driven minerality and vivacious acidity, garnering well-deserved recognition globally. A must-have for collectors and connoisseurs alike, this Chenin Blanc is an embodiment of South Africa's passionate winemaking tradition. Don't miss the chance to savour this rare geolocation's quintessential expression.

More Info
Coastal Region 3 -
In Bond
£338.00
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Emanating from the heritage-rich soils of the Western Cape, South Africa, the 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' is a true embodiment of meticulous winemaking. Jean Daneel, renowned fine wine producer, harnesses his unyielding passion to create this unparalleled Chenin Blanc. Matured in French oak barrels, the wine possesses a remarkable balance of oaky nuances and fruity zest.

The 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' enchants connoisseurs with a sublime golden hue, encapsulating enthralling aromas of apple, white peach, and honeyed pear. The energetic palate springs forth a lucid acidity that impeccably counters the plump fruit depth, culminating in a lingering mineral finish.

Handpicked, foot-trodden, and crafted from bush vines aged 38-54 years, this multi-dimensional wine bespeaks its terroir. The 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' succeeds in encapsulating the rich characteristics of old-world winemaking, while embracing the allure of new-age innovation.

A sheer display of masterful craftsmanship, the 'Damascene Chenin Blanc 2021' is poised to be etched in the annals of fine wine lore.

More Info
Coastal Region 10 90 (VN)
In Bond
£137.00
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Vinous (90)

Bright ruby-red. Sexy, soil-inflected scents of blueberry, tobacco, black tea and spices. Plush, pliant and sweet on the palate, offering considerable immediate appeal and finishing with a fine dusting of tannins and very good length. Not especially complex but delicious and perfumed right now; sweeter and more pliant than the 2013 version but without that wine's lift or tannic clout.
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Coastal Region 10 91 (VN)
In Bond
£129.00
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Vinous (91)

Bright ruby-red. Lovely floral lift to the aromas of blackberry, blueberry, tobacco and licorice. Plush, very ripe aromas of medicinal black cherry, dark berries and licorice. An almost creamy style of Cabernet Franc but with a restrained sweetness. Not hugely deep but finishes with sneaky length. Ultimately more complex and gripping than the 2012 version.
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Coastal Region 8 -
In Bond
£130.00
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Coastal Region 9 -
In Bond
£135.00
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Coastal Region 2 90 (VN)
In Bond
£195.00
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Vinous (90)

Bright ruby-red. Musky aromas of black raspberry, smoke, nuts and coffee. Sweet and supple on the palate, with a pliant texture but not quite the consistency of ripeness as the 2009 version. Dark berry flavors are joined by tobacco, truffle and herbs. Here the tannins are a touch green and less refined than those of the 2009, but the finish is still rich and persistent.
More Info
Coastal Region 9 90 (VN)
In Bond
£129.00
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Vinous (90)

(15.8% alcohol; Cabernet Sauvignon blended with 7% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc; 40% new French oak): Liqueur-like black cherry, blueberry, mocha and licorice on the nose, along with hints of pepper, fresh herbs and woodsmoke. Hugely ripe, plush and chewy but initially a bit dulled by alcohol. Rich, deep dark berry and chocolate flavors emerged with air. Finishes long, sweet and ripely tannic, with enough acidity to maintain its balance. A major no-holds-barred mouthful of Cabernet.
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Coastal Region 9 91 (VN)
In Bond
£158.00
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Vinous (91)

Full ruby-red. Brooding aromas of black cherry, cassis and licorice. Rich, sweet, seamless, plush cabernet with an almost chocolatey ripeness as well as a medicinal reserve to its pliant dark berry flavors. Wonderfully creamy, edge-free wine to drink soon or lay down. But will it be as expansive as the 2012? Lots of dusty tannins here.
More Info
Coastal Region 9 -
In Bond
£140.00
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Coastal Region 6 89 (VN)
In Bond
£38.00
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Vinous (89)

The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon comes from two parcels, blended with 5% Merlot and matured in 35% new oak for 22 months. The bouquet has an attractive bouquet, quite pure with blackberry, raspberry coulis and light tobacco notes. The palate is medium-bodied with tertiary black fruit, cigar box and a touch of fig, nicely proportioned and classic in style with an almost Bordeaux-like finish. One for those who like a more classic-styled Cabernet.
More Info
Coastal Region 9 89 (VN)
In Bond
£115.00
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Vinous (89)

The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon comes from two parcels, blended with 5% Merlot and matured in 35% new oak for 22 months. The bouquet has an attractive bouquet, quite pure with blackberry, raspberry coulis and light tobacco notes. The palate is medium-bodied with tertiary black fruit, cigar box and a touch of fig, nicely proportioned and classic in style with an almost Bordeaux-like finish. One for those who like a more classic-styled Cabernet.
More Info
Coastal Region 16 88 (WA)
In Bond
£125.00
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Wine Advocate (88)

A full range of fruits can be seen with the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon. Red, black and blue fruit are all present on the nose, with oak tones hiding in the back as well as subtle earth and cigar box aromas. Medium to full-bodied in the mouth, dark cherry, cassis and juicy blueberry glide across the mid-palate, showing integrated soft, earthy aromas of leather and inorganic rock, ending with a long finish. This is a pleasing and structured Cabernet with a focused balance. The wine spent 22 months in oak barrels, 35% new. 8,040 bottles were made.
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Coastal Region 3 -
In Bond
£38.00
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Coastal Region 21 -
In Bond
£130.00
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Coastal Region 1 95 (PG)
In Bond
£230.00
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Platter’s Wine Guide (95)

5* Exceptional wine in standout vintage, 'similar to 2007,' per David Trafford. Intense and structured, savoury tapenade undertone to black fruit and morello cherry aromas and flavours, mineral finish. Miniscule yield, just 1.2kg per vine; combo own (Mont Fleur) and neighbour (Keermont) grapes. Follows equally stylish 2016. 22 months oak, 35% new. Unfiltered.
More Info
Coastal Region 2 91 (VN)
In Bond
£160.00
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Vinous (91)

Straw-gold. Peach, honey, menthol, herbs and flowers on the complex nose and palate. Honeyed, thick and brisk, with penetrating, ripe acidity perfectly buffering the wine's sweetness. Finishes very long, smooth and surprisingly dry. Very rich and very well balanced chenin blanc, one of the best of my tastings this year.
More Info
Coastal Region 6 91 (VN)
In Bond
£103.00
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Vinous (91)

Bright yellow-gold. Deep, complex aromas of yellow fruits, smoke and honey, lifted by a subtle note of white flowers. At once dense, smooth and light on its feet, showing a fruitier personality and an airier texture than the 2015, not to mention an element of saline minerality. Here the oak influence gives shape to the wine and draws out its tactile finish. This may go truffley in its golden years.
More Info
Coastal Region 5 89 (VN)
In Bond
£120.00
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Vinous (89)

Pale gold-tinged yellow. Slightly musky, subdued scents of pineapple and fig. Broad, plush and dry, conveying serious palate presence and a suggestion of spicy oak that gives the finish a bit of phenolic firmness. A rather uncompromising Chenin Blanc, notable more for its texture than for its lift or fruit definition.
More Info
Coastal Region 16 88 (WA)
In Bond
£110.00
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Wine Advocate (88)

A clean and refreshing Chenin with classic citrus tones, the 2017 Chenin Blanc was 100% barrel fermented with natural yeasts. On the palate, the wine is consistent with nose and has a good structure, showing clean, correct citrus along with soft, just-ripe stone fruits and white flowers. Medium-bodied, the wine ends clean and crisp with a moderate to long finish. Just over 10,000 bottles were made.
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Coastal Region 8 -
In Bond
£39.00
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Coastal Region 16 -
In Bond
£110.00
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