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Wine Enthusiast TV – Bellingham Wines

Discover Bellingham Winery’s Ultimate Ice Cream Pairing: http://t.co/NYl2TmKM9A pic.twitter.com/8LIz8u85Uz — Wine Enthusiast (@WineEnthusiast) July 14, 2014  

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Graham Beck – Viognier

Pierre de Klerk takes us through the Graham Beck Viognier, grown from their Robertson vineyards.

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Saronsberg 2010 Harvest – Viognier

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Dewaldt Heyns talks to us from one of Saronsbergs younger vineyards as he and his team bring in the Viognier. The picking is done very early in the morning to get the grapes […]

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2010 Harvest Report – Saronsberg

note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’ Dewaldt Heyns talks to us from one of Saronsberg’s younger vineyards as he and his team bring in the Viognier. The picking is done very early in the morning to get the grapes […]

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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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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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2008 Harvest Report – Bellingham (Episode 9) Dragons Lair

Dragons Lair is Shiraz made in the French style, with a splash and a dash of Viognier picked on the same day. The varieties then co-ferment in the tanks, creating a full and balanced wine.

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