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Petit Verdot


Cabernet Sauvignon


Cabernet Franc



Originally brought to the continent by French Huguenots in the 17th century, Bordeaux wines in South Africa provide a beautiful blend of heritage and innovation. Classic Bordeaux grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc, which thrive in South Africa's many terroirs, are the main ingredient used to make these wines.


The extraordinary adaptability of Bordeaux wines to the many temperatures and soils of South Africa is one intriguing aspect of these wines, which contributes to their distinctive range of tastes and textures. With unique flavour and complexity, every wine from the sun-kissed slopes of Stellenbosch to the chilly coastal vineyards of Walker Bay captures the essence of its region.  


Another fascinating aspect is the participation of creative winemakers who always push boundaries and experiment with maturing and blending techniques to produce wines of exceptional quality and depth. Bordeaux varietals are also crucial to the country's wine sector and have helped to position the country as a leading wine producer.


Bordeaux wines from South Africa captivate enthusiasts with their elegance, balance, and finesse.


These wines represent the lasting heritage of French winemaking knowledge brought to South Africa, and their exceptional taste is only one aspect of their historical significance. Bordeaux wines continue to be a beloved cornerstone of the wine industry, honouring the harmonic union of Old World tradition and New World innovation in each bottle as it develops.