This full-bodied sweet wine is fortified with grappa and made from a unique blend of three different Port grape varieties from France, Spain and Portugal. The aromas of cherries, cinnamon
KWV’s Cape Tawny port is a classic, and the effect of prolonged wood ageing has enhanced this port with a concentrated tawny colour mixed with an irresistible
Beautiful dark berry flavours are complemented by caramel, butterscotch and nuttiness. The wine is well balanced, fresh and fruitful with a lingering finish.
Medium-bodied, youthful with fruity, spicy flavours and balanced sweetness.
Winemaker Boets Nel describes their flagship port as having a vibrant plum colour, with dense aromas of prune, spice and tobacco. This premium port displays fleshy, chewy mouthful of flavours, showing tannic
This is a dark port, purplish black port with flavours of cherries, plum, blackberries, violets, pepper, spiciness and dark chocolate. Expectations are met when you taste the
De Krans Pink Port is made from traditional port varieties Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barocca and Souzão. The lovely blush colour was acquired by allowing only a few hours skin contact.
This explosive mix of guarana, taurine and caffeine is blended with triple-distilled vodka - a powerful combination that will rock the house all night. Delicious and stimulating for all
Chenin Blanc grapes from the region are used in this unique, wood-aged Solera style wine, combining old to young vintages with fractional blends starting from the first vintage made in 2003 and
Only one vintage is made each year from a blend of the traditional Portugese varietals. The wine is matured in old 500 litre French oak barrles after hand sorting and foot crushing
The wine shows a vibrant plum colour, with dense aromas of prune, spice and tobacco. A fleshy, chewy mouthful of flavours, showing tannic grip, concentrated red fruit nuances, and a
Lovely coppery-gold colour. Flavours of coffee-toffee, hazelnut, cinnamon spice, as well as some raisins in the background. Good, long finish and excellent grip at 19% alcohol.
The color: amber to golden yellow, a beautiful color for VSOP. The fragrance: floral with vanilla. The taste: fine and round, with a hint of wood. Clear Fine Champagne taste. The after-taste:
An infusion made of smooth, sweet Scotch whisky infused with the hand-zested peel of Navalino oranges and subtle accents of Indonesian cassia bark and Sri Lankan cloves." Orangerie can't
Tasting Notes: It was launched in 1916 making it South Africas first and original old brown sherry and has gained cult status amongst many South Africans across race, age and income.