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The People’s Guide – It’s Here!

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ The People’s Guide has officially launched in South Africa with the publication of the wine guide by Michael Olivier, Neil Pendock and Anibal Coutinho. Over 1200 wines were tasted blind, of which 561 […]

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Val de Vie GVC – 2007

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Val de Vie produces the most comprehensive range of Rhone varietals in South Africa, and in this film Michael tastes their GVC, a blend of Grenache Blanc, Viognier, and Clairette Blanche, an outstanding […]

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Val de Vie Barista Pinotage – 2009

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Winemaker Bertus Fourie practically invented a new style of wines with his “Coffee Pinotage”, and in this film Michael tastes his 2009 Barista Pinotage, from Val de Vie. Bertus talks to us about […]

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Bellingham Pinotage Petit Verdot – 2009

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Michael tastes the 2009 Pinotage with a splash of Petit Verdot from Bellingham.

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Bellingham Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon – 2008

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ In this film, Michael tastes the 2008 Shiraz (with a splash of Cabernet Sauvignon) from Bellingham. For more info visit: www.bellinghamwines.com

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Bellingham Chenin Blanc Viognier – 2009

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Michael Olivier tastes the 2009 Chenin Blanc Viognier from Bellingham. Chenin is the most planted grape variety in South Africa and this wine is made from old chenin vines found in the Agter […]

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The People’s Guide – Coming November 2009

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Michael Olivier talks about the upcoming release of The People’s Guide – Navigate the Winelands in a Shopping Trolley. With over 500 wines in its pages, consumers are sure to find wines to […]

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Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc – 2009

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Michael tastes the recently released Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc, 2009, a great food wine, made from grapes grown in the heart of the Constantia Valley.

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Paul Cluver Pinot Noir – 2008

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ From the cool climate of the Elgin Valley, Michael tastes a Pinot Noir from Paul Cluver Wines. This wine is all about the fruit, with the berries “fighting to be tasted”….enjoy!

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Flagstone The Secret Handshake – 2005

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ The Secret Handshake is a special wine made by Bruce Jack at Flagstone Winery for the Cape Winemakers Guild annual auction. The Cape Winemakers Guild is a prestigious group of 37 winemakers, representing […]

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