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Good Hope, Good Wine - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

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Not quite as in-your-face as wines from Australia, but much more approachable and easier to understand than those of France, South African wines run the gamut from the staunchly traditional to the fiercely modern.

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£80.25
Marvelous Red 2015   +£9.75
Yardstick Pinot Noir 2015   +£14.75
Yardstick Chardonnay 2015   +£14.75
Lothian 'Isobel' Rosé 2016   +£10.50
Ken Forrester Petit Chenin Blanc 2016   +£10.50

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Good Hope, Good Wine - Mixed Case of 6 Wines

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What's In This Case

  • Marvelous Red 2015 Red Wine

    Good jazz is all about balance. Blending. Just the right amount of this, just the right amount of that. It's also about taking a little creative risk now and then. Of course, that could mean...

  • Yardstick Pinot Noir 2015 Red Wine

    Andrew Mason had something to prove. 'A winemaker! Ha! You'll never make it!' His father was adamant his son, like him, should become a respected surveyor. But Andrew was determined. He didn't...

  • Yardstick Chardonnay 2015 White Wine

    He may have been a highly respected surveyor, but Andrew Mason's father was difficult to live with. Frequently, he'd reach for the trusty yardstick – tool of his trade - and dish out discipline...

  • Lothian 'Isobel' Rosé 2016
    Isobel is a dry yet fruity rosé wine with lifted aromas of strawberry, pomegranate and redcurrants. The palate displays lively red berry flavours with a bracing acidity and hints of white pepper....
  • Ken Forrester Petit Chenin Blanc 2016 White Wine

    Think South Africa and you probably think BIG. It's all about scale. The animals are big. The mountains are big. But while everything might be big, big isn't everything. Actually, Ken was a bit...

  • Miles Mossup 'Max'

    You know how Bordeaux is a bit tweed jacket, red trousers, brogues and hunting? Maybe that’s a little unfair, but it’s certainly on the stuffier side. Well what would happen if you moved it...
Not quite as in-your-face as wines from Australia, but much more approachable and easier to understand than those of France, South African wines run the gamut from the staunchly traditional to the fiercely modern.