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South Africa Wines

Drilldown by Wine Name: All | A-E | F-J | J-P | P-U | U-Z | Year/Vintage
Drilldown by Wine Price: All | $10 and under | $10-$20 | $20-$30 | $30-$50 | $50-$100 | $100-$250 | $250 and over

Lyric sings a nice little song (8)
2006 Nederburg - Lyric

A good day after Chenin Blanc (7)
2006 Ken Forrester - Petit Chenin

A nice tangy lemon-lime chardonnay (7)
2006 Excelsior - Chardonnay

A sublime sauvignon, that goes great with Chinese (6)
2006 Stormhoek - Sauvignon Blanc

Fair Valley has done it again! (9)
2008 Fair Valley - Chardonnay

I (10)
2008 Delheim - Pinotage Rosť

A strong, fruitful and inexpensive Cab (8)
2007 Arabella - Cabernet Sauvignon

A nice spicy Merlot (10)
2007 Arabella - Merlot

Smoky wonderfulness in a South African Red Blend (9)
2004 Vrede en Lust - Simond

Overpowered by Semillon (7)
2006 Vrede en Lust - Karien

A serene, but different take on Sauvignon Blanc (9)
2008 Indaba - Sauvignon Blanc

A spicy treat for the winter's cold bite (8)
2008 Boekenhoutskloof, Franschhoek - The Wolftrap

Very good but not orgasmic... but close (9)
2009 Jam Jar - Sweet Shiraz

They followed up nicely from last year (9)
2009 Delheim - Pinotage Rosť

Unless you like the taste of old tires, don't buy this one (4)
2009 Fair Valley - Sauvignon Blanc

And how many of us know what Chardonnay really tastes like (7)
2009 Explore - Chardonnay

Not bad but no wolf (8)
2012 The Wolftrap - Viognier Chenin Blanc Grenache Blanc

Spank me with strawberries (9)
2009 Graham Beck - Brut Rose

Melon with just a pat of butter (9)
Graham Beck - Brut

Tart and tight but oily (7)
2014 Spier Stellenbosch - Chenin Blanc

 

Our Mission: The Black Winer strives to expose African Americans [and others] to wines, without the flair, stuffiness, and airs of elitism and snobbery that you get from sommeliers and high level wine enthusiasts. We believe in finding something that you like the taste of, outside of the basic brands that you have been force-fed over the years through a combination of ethnically targeted advertising, and what people in your family have historically been drinking.

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