High Brow, Low Brow (6 bottle)


Go big or go home! Six bottles of awesome right here, wines to break the rules with. Pair a great wine with an easy bite to be simple and down to earth, often way better. Try this Pinot Noir with some crispy duck spring rolls and noodles from your nearest Chinese takeout. That bubbly with some fried chicken pieces will blow your mind, and that Chenin with either beer-battered fish & chips or vegetable samoosas is a win win.  That Feiteiras red blend? Go full Porra and serve with a steak topped with chourizo and fried egg. That Syrah-blend with a regular old cheeseburger will be hard to beat and that lean, fresh Chardonnay with some deep-fried calamari with good dollop of tartare sauce from your nearest fresh fish take-aways, well, now you’re living son!

Fist of Fancy Pinot Noir 2015

Fist of Fancy was created from a desire to drink unpretentious South African Pinot Noir at an affordable price. Coming from a vineyard in lesser-known McGregor, it's a juicy, fresh Pinot Noir with some good stemmy character giving it solid acidity.
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Sirkel Chenin Blanc 2014

Yes man! Willie and Tania de Waal have been passionately making handcrafted wine in the Voor Paardeberg since 1999. Certified as organic wine producers, humbly making some cracking wines in an old stone cellar on their farm, Schoone Oord, this particular Chenin is fresh & fruity, a wine to enjoy on a relaxed afternoon. Ideally with friends. Ideally in the countryside, but close your eyes if you can't get there.

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Saltare 'Brut Nature' MCC NV

Who said bubbly was reserved for celebrations? This is perfect, any time of day, any occasion and when paired with oysters and other seafood we say only one thing: treat yo'self. It spends a minimum of 18 months on the lees, with no added sugar or sulphur, and with fruity aromas accompanied by brioche and biscuity notes, it's a refreshing bubbly that, after first sip, is increasingly hard to say no to.    

Feiteiras Troca Tintas 2013

If to you the words 'easy drinking' and 'red wine' belong in the same sentence, get excited. This may be the most likeable, easy-drinking red wine in ages. From a small farm nestled in the Botriver area where some superb little numbers are made, it's a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Syrah. Drink in summer served a little chilled and in tumblers. In winter alongside a slow-roast you'd be surprised at how fast a bottle disappears.  
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Fram Chardonnay 2016

Thinus Kruger worked at some rather huge cellars for years before finally opting to follow his own route. Fram wines, named after a Norwegian exploration vessel, is his means to explore the winelands of South Africa for small vineyards that can provide great fruit. So far he's working in the Swartland, Olifantsrivier and Robertson areas (where these Chardonnay grapes come from), making wine in a cellar outside Malmesbury (ironically, another huge cellar that he rents space in). His wines are as varied as his stories, so relax, take a few sips, and tell your own.

Cape Rock Red 2014

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This is the one! Formerly known as the SMV, this cracker from Gavin and his Olifantsrivier vineyards can be easily enjoyed on release, but if you’re a patient old hound who likes stocking up on goods then there’s no harm in sticking it on shelf for a few years. Still a Shiraz, Mourvedre and Viognier blend, it’s full bodied but dangerously drinkable. Don't take our word for it: buy a case and try, just try not to drink it all in a week. Or do. Whatevs.
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