Paarl, Coastal Region


Frans K Smit Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013

This was a very nice find. Baked berries on the nose with a touch of cacao. What I found when I tasted this was an amazing glad of wine. First off. Smooth, I mean wow. Then all the various flavors start dancing in your mouth. Black currant, oak, black fruit, tobacco, lesser touches of chocolate and earth. This has all the attributes of a classic wine. I am lucky to have been able to try it. — 7 days ago

P, David and 4 others liked this

Jam Jar

Sweet Shiraz 2018

I love this. It's not the most balanced, but it's delicious. Almost drinks like a mead. — a month ago

Sadie Family

Palladius Swartland White Blend 2011

Drinking 2011 vintage. Has aged very well. Creamy mouthfeel. Delicious luscious wine Have one more bottle of same vintage and will hold off another six months (if I can) to open — 10 days ago


Baby Bandito 'Stay Brave' Swartland Chenin Blanc 2019

Brought this home from my trip to Swartland; Medium gold; medium intensity aromas of yellow apple,yellow plum, apple skin, hazelnut, almond skin, baking spices; dry, medium plus acid, medium minus tannins, medium alcohol, medium body, medium intensity flavors consistent with aromas; medium plus finish, very complex, outstanding — 4 days ago

Mike, Laura and 6 others liked this

Cape of Good Hope Wine Co

Natte Valleij Cinsault 2018

Light in color, reminds me of the color of a poppy field. Beautiful acidity up front, red berries at the end with a good amount of tannin. Lovely with kedgeree, and would be great with any light fish dish, pork, or eggplant. Can’t wait to drink again - especially with the sun shining down outside! — 4 days ago


G.V.B. Stellenbosch Red Blend 2005

I love the classic style of Vergelegen — 9 days ago

Thijs, Marc and 18 others liked this


Syrah 2018

Full-bodied syrah. Red fruits, berries and peppery taste — 21 days ago

A.A. Badenhorst Family Wines

Kalmoesfontein White Blend 2016

This Kalmoesfontein White Blend from A.A. Badenhorst was recommended by Tony as a “weird and funky” pairing for Field and Main’s meal of the day! Beautiful golden coloring, honey on the nose that it keeps on he palate while remaining dry. Notes of mint, other herbs, slate and even a little licorice! Definitely weird, interesting, and makes me want to keep tasting - which I guess is the point. — a day ago

Ken Forrester

Petit Stellenbosch Chenin Blanc 2016

Extra points to this sustainable producer. Good flavor and complexity, wet clay, citrus, honey, slate. Rich and creamy body balanced with lighter citrus notes and acidic finish. — a month ago