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Picture of Vin de Constance 1992
50cl

Vin de Constance 1992

Klein Constantia
CHF 205.40
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50cl

Vin de Constance 2001

Klein Constantia
CHF 156.75
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50cl

Vin de Constance 2008

Klein Constantia
CHF 118.90
JS

97
Picture of Vin de Constance 2017
150cl

Vin de Constance 2017

Klein Constantia
CHF 194.60
JS

98
Picture of Vin de Constance 2018
150cl

Vin de Constance 2018

Klein Constantia
CHF 172.95
JS

97
Picture of Vin de Constance 2019
150cl

Vin de Constance 2019

Klein Constantia
CHF 172.95
JS

96
Picture of Vin de Constance 2020
150cl

Vin de Constance 2020

Klein Constantia
CHF 183.75
JS

96
Picture of Vin de Constance 2020
50cl

Vin de Constance 2020

Klein Constantia
CHF 56.75
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90
Anwilka
75cl

Anwilka 2007

Anwilka Vineyard
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RP

92
Anwilka
75cl

Anwilka 2013

Anwilka Vineyard
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JS

94
Anwilka
75cl

Anwilka 2014

Anwilka Vineyard
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Metis
75cl

Metis 2016

Klein Constantia
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Amongst wine professionals, many say that South Africa is arguably the most beautiful in terms of wine regions. Green, lush and colourful with landmarks of old Dutch architecture, it exudes some of the most dignified wineries one may ever lay their eyes on – all surrounded by sheer wildness. While wild boar may be the most exotic animal foe amongst European vineyards, South Africa has baboons. What makes South Africa additionally interesting is its overall wine style. Not as exuberant as Australia or California or as restrained and elegant as Europe, it finds its place nicely in the middle, offering good fruit appeal but with freshness and balance. It has a number of wine regions, though all are located in its southwestern corner. They offer a variety of micro-climates to the hot and dry all the way to cool and damp. Its most famous include Stellenbosch, Robertson, Constantia and Walker Bay. Chenin Blanc has found an audience here but many varieties have found success such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Bordeaux blends and Syrah.