The wine region of South Africa is spread over the Western and Northern Cape regions. Yearly production is around 264 million gallons, placing South Africa among the top ten wine producing countries in the world. The areas of Constantia, Stellenbosch and Paarl are at the heart South Africa’s winemaking but Tulbagh and Worcester are also producing some note worthy wines. The dominant grape varieties are Chenin Blanc and Pinotage but you will also find Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsaut, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay being grown here.

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Fairwine Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot Red 75cl

The spicy and racy Cabernet Sauvignon joins with the fruity, velvety Merlot to create a bright purple taste experience. Intense aromas of red currants. Enjoy this red wine together with spicy meat dishes, pasta and middle-aged hard cheeses. Open the bottle approx. 2-3 hours before the meal to let the wine develop its full aroma. Vol: 13.5%.

Fairwine Chenin Blanc/Sauvignon Blanc 75cl

The zesty aromas of gooseberry and green paprika of the Sauvignon Blanc and the fruity elegance of the Chenin Blanc combine to perfect harmony. Pairs well with poultry, pasta and fish with a mild sauce or with light salads. Vol: 13.5%.

Kafer Pinotage Red 75cl

A unique taste experience: dark in color, full-bodied, with subtle acidity and complex aromas of vanilla, black pepper and wood. Pairs well with pasta and almost every meat dish, especially with barbecue. Open 2-3- hours before the meal to let the wine develop its full aromas. Vol: 14.5%