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Sadie Family Palladius 2013 750ml

Rated 95 - (30% Chenin Blanc plus nine other varieties in almost equal parts; done mostly in concrete and clay amphoras, with 10% made in big...
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Sadie Family Skerpioen 2014 750ml

Rated 94 - (a blend of 55% Chenin Blanc and 45% Palomino on a chalky 78-year-old site along the coast, in the northern part of Swartland): Bright...
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Sadie Family T Voetpad 2014 750ml

Rated 96 - The 2014 Old Vine Series T Voetpad comes from vines planted in 1887 and where Eben said works the most. A field blend of Semillon Blanc...
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Sadie Family Treinspoor 2014 750ml

Rated 95 - The 2014 Old Vine Series Treinspoor is 100% Tinta Barocca planted in 1974, a grape that Eben Sadie rates very highly. There is something...
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Stark-Conde Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 750ml

Rated 91 - Ripe and focused, with a solid core of currant and blackberry fruit allied to anise, graphite and briar notes. Shows good energy through...
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Stark-Conde Syrah 2013 750ml

Rated 92 - The 2013 Stellenbosch Syrah has a very elegant and pure bouquet with perfumed dark plum and boysenberry aromas, a sense of mineralité...

Coastal Region

The coastal region of South Africa is one of the most prodigious and productive wine regions on earth, and one which covers a vast distance making up for most of the tip of the African continent. The history of South African wines is a fascinating and surprisingly long one, with the very first wines in the country being produced by settlers in the 1650s, long before many other New World countries had even been discovered. Today, coastal South African wines are wildly popular around the world thanks to their big, fruity flavors and relative simplicity. Wineries in the region make the most of the hot sunshine, the high quality soils, and the brisk oceanic winds which keep disease at bay and stop the grapes from getting too hot, and produce a wide variety of wines of great distinction.