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mr7even Jul 10
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Sarah Cangley 1h
Q3 I tend to throw away the trendy recipe books in the winter and go back to firm family favourites. Tonight it's butternut soup (and yes I chop, peel and dice,, as you can see!), tomato bredie and a nice
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Thobeka-Rare Magcai Jul 15
Let me sip 🍷... maybe some paragraphs of this document will start flowing... because hey... ereng writer's block...😒 and I'm waaay past the deadline... 😵
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Frank Haddad Jul 11
Some age has helped smooth this one out
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Herman Lintvelt Jul 16
I discovered this unique from called Broken Barrel. It is made from the winemaker’s 7 favourite different grape varieties: Read more:
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ReBeth Wines Jul 16
My first love 0733553246 Whatsapp for orders
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Juvan Feb 18
And that is how they fall. Pinotage 🍇. . . .
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Ten Bompas Jul 10
Chef's new Winter Menu is really looking good. For dinner you will find this Lamb belly on the menu with and . Goes best with a glass of . You don’t want to miss out! For reservations at the Winehouse: Tel: 011 325 2442 Mail: reservations@mix.co.za
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Bellevue Wine Estate Feb 9
Look at the beautiful colour of this Pinotage grapes harvester on the 1st of February Friday early morning at 6:30am . Our 2019 vintage off to a great start 🥂🥂 🥂
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Let's Talk Wine (Garden Route) Jul 12
Don't just open a bottle of Arabella Pinotage this weekend... Make it an event! Inviting aromas redolent of mocha & chocolate with elegant flavours of prunes, bananas & blueberries finishing with spicy undertones on the palate.
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WOSA South Africa Apr 9
⁦⁦⁩ winemaker, Lisa, shows us the 4th oldest vineyard in South Africa as we celebrate 50 years of Pinotage tonight. ⁦
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Marcheline Pheiffer Jan 16
A beautiful piece of art ❤️ 🍇🍷🍾
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itsfooodooo Jul 10
An easy drinking from is tonight’s guest. All the pinotage signature notes of coffee & plums and I must confess, I’m surprised. A good option.
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KWV Emporium Jun 25
Wine reflections🍇🍷 Pinotage was created in 1925 by Professor Abraham Izak Perold, the first professor of Viticulture at the University of Stellenbosch. Pinotage was created as a cross between Pinot noir and Cinsaut. At the time, Cinsaut was known as "Hermitage"
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René Barnard Jul 16
Great visiting again and tasting through the new vintages @ Stellenbosch, Western Cape
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Simonsig Wine Estate Feb 11
We’re a week into our Redhill and the grapes are looking great. “The quality of the vines have improved significantly thanks to a new pruning technique. The grape bunches are also much bigger” – Viticulturist, Francois Malan
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Bellevue Wine Estate Feb 3
So the harvesting begins! Home of Pinotage since 1953. Our fist harvest for 2019 has officially started on the 1st of February 2019 !
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Swartland Winery Jan 16
Sipping on proudly South African sunshine for 🍷 Our premium is known for its rich plum and dark forest fruit flavours, gentle spiciness and velvety tannins. Cheers!
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Uncork_sa Apr 21
This dram deserves a second (and third fourth and fifth post) I imagine it is still the only Pinotage Cask Finish whiskies in the world - and a remarkable dram!
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Blind Wine Tasting May 17
Neighbour's son got into my wine book & brought this from . Bush vines in decomposed granite on the slopes of the Darling Hills (Darling was once the coastal part of Swartland). Surprisingly fresh & mineral, notes remind a bit of Zinfandel. Great value.
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