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Ashbourne Sauvignon Blanc - Chardonnay 2015 (Walker Bay, South Africa)
Ashbourne Sauvignon Blanc - Chardonnay 2015 (Walker Bay, South Africa)
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"Ashbourne's 2015 Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay has an attractive, easy-going gooseberry and grass clipping nose, the Sauvignon clearly in the driving seat. The palate is fresh and lively with a keen line of acidity, good weight in the mouth with lemon rind and orange zest enlivening the finish that offers a dab of lemongrass on the aftertaste. This is a great introduction to South African whites." - Neal Martin (29th Nov 2015)

Sadie Family Wines "Palladius" 2012 (South Africa) - [WS 94, Rank #100 Top 100 2015] [RP 94]
Sadie Family Wines "Palladius" 2012 (South Africa) - [WS 94, Rank #100 Top 100 2015] [RP 94]
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Rank #100 - Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of 2015
94 Points & #100 - Top 100 of 2015 | Wine Spectator Magazine:
"The grapes were hand sorted by each individual berry for the entire production into small "strawberry" cases. Fermentation of about three weeks at a temperature of 24C followed by a final maceration. The grapes are pressed in an old basket press and the juice is run off directly to barrel without settling. Some of the Chenin and Viognier are fermented for up to four days onthe skins prior to pressing. The ageing takes place for 24 months on the lees. The Palladius is the result of 24 months of aging as opposed to the more traditional 1618 months. We found that the very special sites and fruit were quite up to a complete 24 monthageing prior to bottling. The additional 6 months of ageing just meant higher levels of stability and clarity without the sacrifice of any of the other qualities and the character of the wine."
Hamilton Russell Vineyards Chardonnay 2017 (Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa) - [JS 94] [WS 93, #57 Top 100 of 2018] [vm 91]
Hamilton Russell Vineyards Chardonnay 2017 (Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa) - [JS 94] [WS 93, #57 Top 100 of 2018] [VM 91]
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93 Points & #57 Top 100 Wines of 2018 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Melon, yellow apple, white peach and quince flavors give this an opulent feel, harnessed by honeysuckle and quinine accents through the finish, showing refinement and length in the end. Drink now through 2021. 2,100 cases imported. - JM (Nov 2018)
Mulderbosch Single Vineyard Chenin Blanc Horizontal 2013 [3-Pack Blocks W,A,S2] (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Mulderbosch Single Vineyard Chenin Blanc Horizontal 2013 [3-Pack Blocks W,A,S2] (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
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BLOCK W
93 Points & Rank #63 100 Wines of 2015 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"This distinctive white shows a wide range of yellow apple, white ginger and quince notes, with intriguing blanched almond, Brazil nut and dried citrus peel flavors slightly reminiscent of Sherry. Very fresh and energetic, showing no oxidation. A lovely combination of ripeness and cut. Only available in 3-pack with other Single Vineyard Series bottlings. Drink now through 2020." - JM (Feb 28, 2015)

BLOCK A
91 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"A ripe, toasty style, with lots of ginger and warm brioche notes giving way to hazelnut, creamed peach and glazed pear flavors. The big, broad finish has enough of a bitter orange echo to stay honest. Only available in 3-pack with other Single Vineyard Series bottlings. Drink now through 2016." - JM (Feb 28, 2015)

BLOCK S2
92 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"This comes off as superripe and languid, with creamed peach, pear and apple fruit, a zippy ginger spine, and a lingering bitter orange note that lends cut and definition to the finish. Shows some toast but maintains crunchy acidity for balance. Impressive. Only available in 3-pack with other Single Vineyard Series bottlings. Drink now through 2020. " - JM (Feb 28,

Hamilton Russell Chardonnay Hemel-en-Aarde Valley 2012 (Walker Bay, South Africa) - [ST 93+] [WS 93] [RP 93]
Hamilton Russell Chardonnay Hemel-en-Aarde Valley 2012 (Walker Bay, South Africa) - [ST 93+] [WS 93] [RP 93]
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Rank #19 on Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of 2013

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93+ Points - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar:
"Good full yellow. Wonderfully complex aromas of pear, wild herbs, sweet butter, smoke and tropical fruits; showed an iodiney minerality with air. Concentrated and harmonious but firm-edged, with brisk lemony acidity framing the very youthful flavors of stone fruits and minerals. Conveys a powerful impression of intensity without weight, like the best white Burgundies. Very young but smooth on the long, peach aftertaste. Outstanding potential here for a chardonnay that is often South Africa's best." - Stephen Tanzer (May/Jun '13)

Mullineux Syrah 2010 (Swartland, South Africa)
Mullineux Syrah 2010 (Swartland, South Africa)
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90 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Very juicy, with ripe, enticing plum and fig notes laced with a tangy sanguine streak. The long, fleshy finish lets spice and graphite notes emerge. This has good buried grip. Not imported into the U.S. Drink now through 2010. 1,300 cases made." –JM (9/30/2009)
Anthonij Rupert "Nemesia" White 2006 (Franschhoek, South Africa) - [WS 90]
Anthonij Rupert "Nemesia" White 2006 (Franschhoek, South Africa) - [WS 90]
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90 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"A bold, rich style, with melon, creamed peach, cardamom and ginger notes that glide along a rich, creamy palate. There's a nice touch of grilled hazelnut on the finish. Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Viognier. Drink now through 2009. 500 cases made." –JM (Dec 31, 2008)

Riebeek Cellars Chardonnay 2011 (Swartland, South Africa)
Riebeek Cellars Chardonnay 2011 (Swartland, South Africa)
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This unoaked Chardonnay displays a brilliant green-gold color. The style is dry but fruity. The nose offers exceptional tropical aromas that follow through in the palate with a well-rounded finish of lingering citrus fruits.
It is lovely with most entrees from crisp salads to creamy soups and chicken, whether served grilled or in a creamy sauce.
Riebeek Cellars Pinotage 2011 (Swartland, South Africa)
Riebeek Cellars Pinotage 2011 (Swartland, South Africa)
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"Best Buy" - Wine Enthusiast Magazine (2010 vintage):
"Dark berries and a touch of woody spice lead the way on the nose of this friendly Pinotage. As you settle in to the velvety texture, sultry tannins wrap around your tongue and mingle with the juicy plum and peppery spice flavors. Ready to drink now." — L.B. (11/1/2011)
Colmant Brut Reserve N.V. (South Africa) - [RP 92]
Colmant Brut Reserve N.V. (South Africa) - [RP 92]
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92 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"Disgorged February 2011, the Non-vintage Brut Reserve is a blend of 52% Pinot Noir and 48% Chardonnay based on the 2008 vintages blended with reserve wines from 2007 and 2006 (25% of the blend), aged for 30 months on the lees. It has a very fine pettillance in the glass. The nose is very well defined with crushed stone, oyster shell and the subtle perfume of fine lees coming through with aeration. The palate is very crisp and lively on the entry with vibrant acidity, a citrus thread from start to finish, and though it is not a powerful Cap Classique, it is wonderfully poised with great persistence on the fresh lime and Granny Smith-tinged finish." - Neal Martin (Aug 2011)