Spice Route Wines
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Spice Route Winery’s name reflects what the vineyard, the wines and the people are all about. It recalls the ancient mariners of the 15th century braving the tempestuous waters of the ‘Cape of Storms’ as they plied their trade bringing exotic Eastern spices to Western Europe along the so-called ‘Spice Route’.
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The good weather really helped this 35-year vineyard and resulted in a good crop, the wine shows great complexity. The oak ageing is subtle, making the wine approachable early, though it will
Chakalaka, a Zulu word that implies togetherness, refers to a truly South African blend of spices, used to add flavour to local dishes. A reflection of the “Rainbow Nation”, this wine is
Five centuries ago, the ancient mariners braved uncharted seas to round the Cape of Good Hope in search of exotic spices. Their nerve and dash continue to inspire the Spice Route philosophy.
Five centuries ago the ancient mariners braved uncharted seas to round the Cape of Good Hope in search of exotic spices. Their nerve and dash inspire the Spice Route philosophy. We have
1.5L Magnum in Wooden Gift Box.
Stone Town brims with a magical jumble of life, with flavours sailing out from the cobbled alleyways to the archipelago’s coastline –home to some of Africa’s finest coral beaches. In...
Stone Town brims with a magical jumble of life, with flavours sailing out from the cobbled alleyways to bustling bazaars selling spices and roasted coffee. Inspired by this rich, fragrant culture, our
Our quest for the most elegant and flavourful Sauvignon Blanc brought us to the hills of Darling, off the Cape West Coast. This unspoiled growing region enjoys the cool Atlantic breeze just
Klein Amoskuil farm has been the home of the Spice Route Winery since 1997, when Charles Back stumbled across South Africa’s oldest Sauvignon Blanc bush vines – vines completely out of pla...
Five centuries ago the ancient mariners braved uncharted seas to round the Cape of Good Hope in search of exotic spices. Their nerve and dash inspire the Spice Route philosophy.We
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