In a perfect marriage of fine Robertson fruit and French Oak Barrels, the De Wetshof Finesse 2018, stand out as a sublime wine...
Excelsior Evanthius Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 and Excelsior San Louis Shiraz 2012, two fine wines from this Robertson Wine Valley Estate, named for two of their stud horses.
A pair of reds from Lozärn Wines from Bonnievale, are deep, dark, delicious and serious. Alida Ryder provides the food matches
From the Robertson family vineyard, Chardonnay specialists, De Wetshof Estate Nature in Concert Pinot Noir 2017, also a sublime wine
De Wetshof Limestone Hill 2017, a fine expression of the Robertson soils, climate and winemaking. Unoaked and full of wonderful flavours.
You are well warned before you reach Rooiberg Cellar While many are in the Robertson Valley enjoying the Wacky Wine Weekend, we are at home drinking some fine Robertson Wines. And two of them are very South African, the Chenin Blanc and the Pinotage. Chenin Blanc is the largest planted wine grape in the country,
De Wetshof Nature in Concert Pinot Noir 2010 The Robertson Wine Valley way back when was known for its sweet wines. Today, the reds wines, the whites and the MCC sparklers, all win awards on the local and international stage. We think of Robertson as a warm place, it certainly has sunny summers, but interestingly
Excelsior Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 I remember once in the early noughties being told that Excelsior Cabernet was one of the best-selling South African Cabernet under a cork in the USA. Cabernet Sauvignon makes up 43% of the estate’s plantings. The Robertson soils are well known to be lime based with portions of shale. This is
Windfall Barrel No 41 Robertson Wines always spring surprises. This region known about 50 years ago for its sweet wine, now delivers international award winning white, reds and bubblies. They are exported all over the world. Windfall is situated in the Agterkliphoogte Valley, a small boutique wine farm and as they have it ‘one of
Pouring a fine Robertson red for you Experience the harvest in the heart of autumn with the 9th annual Hands on Harvest festival from 10-12 March 2017 in the beautiful Robertson Wine Valley. De Wetshof Wine Estate This down-to-earth country celebration offers families a chance to experience the magic of harvest while enjoying country hospitality.