Diemersfontein - Thokozani Shiraz - 2019

South Africa

Diemersfontein

Thokozani Shiraz 2019

From 19,90 €
Southern Right - Sauvignon Blanc - 2021 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

SOUTHERN RIGHT

Sauvignon Blanc 2023

22,00 €
Rijk's - Touch of Oak - 2018 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

RIJK'S

Touch of Oak 2020

From 24,50 €
Simonsig - Chenin Blanc - 2021

South Africa

SIMONSIG

Chenin Blanc 2021

15,00 €
Dorrance - Rouge Cinsault - 2018 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Dorrance

Red Cinsault 2021

18,00 €
Groot Constantia - Shiraz - 2017 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Groot Constantia

Shiraz 2021

29,00 €
Ashbourne - Sandstone - 2023

South Africa

ASHBOURNE

Sandstone 2023

23,00 €
Hamilton Russell - Chardonnay - 2020 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

HAMILTON RUSSELL

Chardonnay 2022

From 49,90 €
Southern Right - Pinotage - 2020 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

SOUTHERN RIGHT

Pinotage 2022

32,00 €
Groot Constantia - Chardonnay - 2019 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Groot Constantia

Chardonnay 2021

28,50 €
Dorrance - Cuvée Anais - 2017 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Dorrance

Cuvée Anais 2022

29,00 €
David & Nadia - Red From Mountain Soils - 2019 - Le Baroudeur du Vin
Sold out
Alheit Vineyards - Cartology - 2019 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Alheit Vineyards

Cartology 2019

From 44,00 €
Lourens Family Wines - Lindi Carien - 2021

South Africa

LOURENS FAMILY

Lindi Carien 2021

From 35,00 €
Crystallum - The Agnes - 2019 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Crystallum

The Agnes 2022

From 36,00 €
Diemersfontein - Shiraz - 2019

South Africa

Diemersfontein

Shiraz 2019

From 19,90 €
Alheit Vineyards - Hemelrand Vine Garden - 2020 - Le Baroudeur du Vin

South Africa

Alheit Vineyards

Hemelrand Vine Garden 2020

From 36,00 €

South Africa

The first vines were planted in South Africa by Dutch settlers in the 1650s, although wine production did not really begin to take off until the arrival of French Protestants, in the 1680s, with their skills and their knowledge of viticulture. Stellenbosch is also a historic wine region, with the first vineyards being planted there in the 1690s.

Today South Africa is one of the most important wine producing countries in the southern hemisphere. With over 300 years of winemaking history, it is often described as a bridge between the Old and New Worlds. The majority of wines are produced using New World winemaking techniques, but they often have more in common stylistically with their Old World counterparts. Since the end of apartheid, South African wine has received international attention and acclaim for its wide variety of styles.

South Africa's wine industry is spread across the lush and rugged landscape of the Western Cape. Here, the abundance of mountains, valleys and plateaus allows winemakers to produce a wide variety of styles. Vineyards can also be found in the Orange River region of the Northern Cape, where the flat, arid landscape is dominated by the Kalahari Desert. Most of South Africa's wine regions have a Mediterranean climate, strongly influenced by the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.

The country's signature grape variety is Pinotage, an indigenous cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsaut that is rarely found in quantity in other wine-producing countries. Shiraz (Syrah) is also widely planted, as are Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot (often combined in a Bordeaux blend). South African Chardonnay, Chenin and Sauvignon Blanc have become popular internationally in recent years.

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