Full disclosure…I am slightly biased when it comes to the Illimis wines. Lucinda’s winemaking philosophy will resonate with most of us: ‘Wine should be a window to where its vineyard… Read More
Nobody needs another review for this wine, but here it is…perhaps there’s some novelty in the age.
TLDR: It does not begin and end with fortified wines. Being invited to this first online Klein Karoo Terroir tasting has been one of the highlights of my year. I’d… Read More
How do we feel about wines that have identical front labels? It’s all good and well when they’re displayed, by category, on the shelves of your favourite boutique wine. But… Read More
This takes me back to when I first started posting wines on insta. And I still find myself admiring their beautiful labels. I’ve had a few conversations with friends about… Read More
Wine for good – that’s the long story made short! You don’t have to read further, that’s all you really need to know. I have so many feelings for what… Read More
First bottled in 2007, so I’m sure you’ve all seen this wine. But I honestly only just learned that Chalalaka is a Zulu word implying ‘togetherness’! 11 official languages…that’s all… Read More
One of the most noticeable things about Thorngrove, aside from the lovely wines, is the wonderful attention to detail and how the wines tell the story of the winemaker’s heritage.… Read More