A perfect expression of our most planted wine grape, The Landskroon 2018 Chenins, dry & off dry. Delicious with Ina Paarman's Cheese & Leek Quiche....
A sublime blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Shiraz, the Landskroon Cabernet Franc Merlot 2017 is the perfect food wine...
Landskroon Cinsaut 2016, a good match to Jane Anne Hobbs’s Low-Carb Seared Tuna with a Burnt Tomato & Caper Dressing…
Landskroon Cinsaut 2016, an elegant expression of one of my favourite wine grapes coming back into fashion again.
Landskroon Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, a fine Paarl Cabernet, made by 5th generation Paul de Villiers.
Made from a grape produced in the 1920s by Abraham Perold, the Landskroon Pinotage 2016, is a fine expression of the grape. Paul de Villiers, 5th generation Cellarmaster carries on the fine wine tradition of the family...
Landskroon Sauvignon Blanc 2017, good with Justine Wall’s Broad Bean, Pea & Pancetta Risotto with Fennel Salt
Landskroon Sauvignon Blanc 2017 is made in the Estate's Cellar from a selection of grapes from Western Cape Appellation Vineyards. An anytime wine, especially good food.
Landskroon Paul de Villiers Shiraz 2015, ideal with Dianne Bibby’s Roast Aubergines with miso & pomelo
Landskroon Paul de Villiers Shiraz 2015, a fine expression of Shiraz from Paul de Villiers, 5th generation Cellarmaster of this well known family owned Paarl Wine Estate
Landskroon’s Paul Hugo White 2017 & Paul Hugo Red 2016, two modern wines from the De Villiers Family
Landskroon's Paul Hugo White 2017 & Paul Hugo Red 2017, two wines for easy entertaining, food wines and sipping wines.
Landskroon Blanc de Noir Off Dry 2017 & Tamsin Snyman’s Tuna Phyllo Samoosas with Cucumber Raita – 26.01.2018
Landskroon Blanc de Noir Off Dry 2017 The de Villiers family of Landskroon, have been there for five generations, each Cellarmaster has been called Paul. When I asked the current Cellarmaster Paul who would be his ideal dinner guests, he wanted the previous Paul’s there so that they could tell him how they made wine!
Landskroon Chenin Blancs, a special pair with Tracy Foulkes’s Fresh Pea Pesto & Ricotta Bruschetta – 24.11.2017
A pair of Landskroon Chenin Blancs, one dry, the other off dry, from Paul de Villiers, 5th generation winemaker at the estate.
Landskroon Cinsaut Shiraz 2016 & Cheryl Bennett’s One Pot Chicken Pasta with Creamy Sundried Tomato Sauce – 27.10.2017
There is something quite beguiling about a Cinsaut when giving it a bit of beef by blending it with Shiraz. Chill it lightly before serving. It will partner Cheryl Bennett's Pasta dish perfectly.
Landskroon Sauvignon Blanc 2017 with Tracy Foulkes’s Candied Walnut & Pear Salad with Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing – 28.09.2017
Landskroon Sauvignon Blanc 2017 with Tracy Foulkes’s Candied Walnut & Pear Salad with Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing. Lovely summery wine for a crisp flavoursome summery salad.
Landskroon Shiraz 2015 Landskroon sits on the slopes of the iconic Paarl Mountain, so named because the three large rocks on the top shine like pearls in the sun after rain. The South-Western slope face towards Cape Town. Nelie & Paul de Villiers Since the family bought the farm some 5 generations ago, the Cellar
Landskroon Pinotage 2014 & Tracy Foulkes’s Whole Roasted Butternut With & Simple Balsamic Reduction – 26.05.2017
Landskroon Pinotage 2014 Pinotage, the iconic South African grape, was created in the late 1920s. It was not until some 30 years later, that grapes from Bellevue Wine Estate were bottled as Pinotage under the Lanzerac label. Pinotage lay quiet until the 1970s when the pioneers of modern Pinotage starting producing wines from easy quaffers
Landskroon Paul de Villiers Reserve 2015 The de Villiers family moved to Landskroon in the middle of the 19th Century, and since that time, the head of the family has been named Paul. Today Paul de Villiers, the fifth generation on the Estate, winner of the Diners Club Winemaker of the Year, is the cellar
Landskroon Paul de Villiers Merlot 2014 When I asked Paul de Villiers, Cellarmaster at Landskroon Wine Estate on the South-Western slopes of the iconic Paarl Mountain, who he would like as dinner guests, he said “the previous 5 Pauls, I want to hear about how they made wine.” Paul V is no slouch at winemaking
Landskroon Cinsaut 2015 Cinsaut was one of the red wine grape varieties planted heavily after the phylloxera decimated the Cape Vineyards. In the 1980s it was about 13% of the South African vineyard, and yet at the turn of the century had dropped down to near 3%. Known as Hermitage in the early days, it
Tracy Foulkes's Grilled Nectarine & Lentil Salad with Parma ham With summer, we are fortunate to have the most amazing array of wonderful fruit available. Especially early in the season with the wonderful nectarines, white fleshed peaches and apricots. Tracy Foulkes, that most innovative of cooks, comes up with some quirky salad recipes which are
Sam Linsell’s spicy roasted chicken and sausages with marmalade & thyme This chicken dish is a twist on a recipe I have in my cookbook for a marmalade chicken and sausage tray bake. I was delighted to be asked to contribute to the Nomu recipe mailer which goes out to their large subscriber base each
Nina Timm's Sosatie ChopsRecipe from her book Easy Cooking in Nina Timm's Kitchen Traditional sosaties are truly South African and I still find the flavour and colour of a lamb sosatie irresistible. This recipe doesn’t require hours of marinating, and by using chops instead of a leg of lamb, you get to keep
Le Creuset's Braised Lamb Shank Ragu Pasta Ingredients 3 lamb shanks Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 onions, chopped 1 large carrot, cut into 1cm slices 1 clove garlic, minced 500ml red wine 1 tin whole peeled plum tomatoes 500ml prepared NoMU beef stock 2 sprigs