2016 Fleur du Cap Shiraz

Bergkelder

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F+R Opinion
Darioush: From the historic Iranian winemaking city of Shiraz to California dreamin’
“Chose the cup bearer and the wine. Drink. Sing like the starling or the nightingale". (Rudaki, Persian poet, 858-941 AD) Owner Darioush Khaledi is an extraordinary figure in today’s world of wine. Born and raised in the historical wine producing city of Shiraz in Iran, winemaking was instilled in him by his father at an early age. The historic city ...
ON November 2, 2018
Torbreck Run Rig - Behind the Bottle
Last week we were fortunate to have an extensive tasting with Andrew Tierney from one of Barossa’s most celebrated wineries - Torbreck. The estate is most famous for its two top cuvees, The Laird and Run Rig. The Laird is a rare beast, produced only in exceptional vintages. The latest release is currently 2012. Run Rig is therefore perhaps the ...
ON May 24, 2019
A Pomerol Evening with Neal Martin
On Wednesday night we were privileged to have the company of Neal Martin at a small dinner in the private room of the brilliant Chez Bruce. The theme was, of course, Pomerol and Neal’s recently published book on the region. Wine and food first. The aim of the wine selection was to be eclectic rather than simply aiming for the ...
ON March 15, 2013
Henschke: A Tasting & Seminar
**A couple of weeks ago I was accompanied by Private Client Sales Account Managers Simon Brewster and David Massarella, to a tasting and seminar on exceptional Australian Shiraz, hosted by Stephen and Prue Henschke.  The delicate fruit aromas that filled the arched, cellar-like room in Hawkesmoor, Spitalfields ignited an anticipation for the brilliant wines that were to come. A Short ...
ON June 1, 2014
Yalumba The Caley 2012: "Australia has a new super-wine"
A “truly magnificent” new Australian wine has arrived. Possibly a rival to Grange? Read on to find out more about Yalumba The Caley 2012… Last week we were treated to a tasting of the latest releases from Yalumba. The range was outstanding, but the highlight had to be the much anticipated The Caley 2012. The soon to be legendary Cabernet ...
ON July 3, 2017
Product details
Country
South Africa
Region
Stellenbosch
Sub-region
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Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
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Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
Country
South Africa
Region
Stellenbosch
Sub-region
-
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
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