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Graham Beck – Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon

Pierre de Klerk takes us through the Graham Beck Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon…

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Graham Beck – Game Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

Graham Beck – Game Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

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Teddy Hall Hercùles van Loon Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

History Lessons without the rose coloured glasses! Hercules van Loon was Stellenbosch’s first minister, arriving in 1704. Although he tried hard to minister to the pious folk of the town, his wife was less than the perfect ministers wife and her indiscretions lead Hercules to an unfortunate end…

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Neil Ellis – 2009 Stellenbosch Cabernet

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Neil Ellis tastes his 2009 Stellenbosch Cabernet made from grapes from the Jonkershoek Valley. There is a strong influence of the dark / red fruits with a lovely tannin structure, giving a well […]

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Neil Ellis – 2007 Vineyard Selection Cabernet Sauvignon

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Neil Ellis tastes his 2007 Vineyard Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, made from grapes from the Jonkershoek Valley, which consistently show their high quality…

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Edgebaston Cabernet Sauvignon – 2006

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ David Finlayson has been making hand-crafted wines for over twenty years, carrying on a tradition that goes back three generations in South Africa. He has recently started creating wines on a family farm […]

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