With a wine making history stretching back into the 17th century, South Africa is the oldest 'New World' country.
Calais exclusive. A crisp, dry and refreshingly fruity white made from Colombard grapes.
Chenin Blanc has found a home in South Africa and this example shows exactly why with bright flavours of tropical fruit and apple followed by a honeyed yet refreshing finish.
Calais exclusive. An easy-drinking medium bodied red, brimming over with berry fruit flavours. Unoaked to emphasise the richly fruity flavours.
A stunning value, rich and plummy Merlot with just a flicker of vanilla flavour from judicious use of oak. This is smooth and full of juicy dark fruit flavours typical of the best wines coming out of South Africa.
Expect plenty of fresh citrus, lime, and tropical flavours. A superb choice with poultry.
South Africa has made Pinotage its own and this delicious wine is a stunning example with ripe red cherry and dark plum flavours creating a lovely palate with smoky undertones.
This is a deliberately modern offering by winemaker Bertus Fourie, who has concentrated on drawing out the coffee-like aromas of South Africa's signature grape. Perfect with beef.
Offering flavours of ripe blackberries and plums, accompanied by earthy undertones.
Tropical fruit and citrus, limestone and oak aromas give way to a refreshing, powerful and rounded palate. Vanillin spices with honeysuckle, layers of fruit and a lingering finish.