R70.00

- the good news, about any wine will do, crisp whites, delicate rosé or burley whites -

 
 

R65.00

- Riesling, Chenin or Chardonnay go very well -

 
 

R65.00

- teams well with fruity, wooded Chenin or Chardonnay or bright red such as Pinot Noir or light Shiraz -

 
 

R60.00

- Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier or a fruity chilled rosæ -

 
 

R60.00

- almost any white wine with crisp acidity and good body, try a zingy Chardonnay or a crisp Sauvignon blanc -

 
 

R65.00

- something young and fresh will suit all the accompaniments of this full flavoured salad -

 

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R115.00

- bright acidity of Sauvignon Blanc will pair well, also awesome with dry red-

 
 

R98.00

- think barrel fermented Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, or even Cab based blend -

 
 

R120.00

- beautiful with a medium to full bodied red -

 
 

R120.00

- what about something with Chateau Neuf-Du-Pap influence here - Forrester Renegade or go big - Gypsy of course -

 
 

R120.00

- great with zingy fruit inspired white such as Sauvignon Blanc or Viognier, for red, Pinot Noir or light Shiraz -

 
 

R120.00

- we suggest Chenin Blanc or Chardonnay or if you prefer a red, go with something fruit driven, Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon -

 
 

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Wine Suggestion - a BIG glass of anything red!

 
 

 

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Wine suggestion – wines can be successfully paired to many desserts but it is best to pair them carefully. Fruit desserts & cheesecake go well with many late harvest wines but chocolate desserts will be too strong. Here try port or the new move towards Cabernet. Let us help you choose the right one for your sweet tooth.

 
 

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