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Grape varieties with a strong identity typical of the Gaillac region – such as Duras, Braucol and Prunelart for red, Mauzac, Loin de l’oeil and Ondenc for white – are grown on the estate’s 10 hectares of land. Equally, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvingon are also grown, and, thanks to the local climate which is both mediterranean and oceanic, are …
The spirit of Provence is magnified in the finesse and freshness of the flavors. Miraval’s land is organized into dry stone terraces. Each vineyard is located at an average altitude of 350 meters, perfectly elevated for a soaring balance of harmony and freshness. The vineyard is grown without herbicides and pesticides. It has been organically farmed for many years and …
Nederburg’s story started in 1791 when German immigrant Philippus Wolvaart acquired 49 hectares of land in the Paarl Valley. He named his property Nederburgh, in honour of the VOC commissioner, Sebastiaan Cornelis Nederburgh. The beautiful thatched and gabled Cape Dutch manor house that Wolvaart completed in 1800 is a national monument today.
Between Verdon and Mediterranean, between Estérel and Sainte Baume, between the Alps and Sainte-Victoire, between olive trees and lavender … With 13 grape varieties planted on plots in one piece forming a cirque bordered by pines and oaks, the 72 hectares of vines benefit from the greatest attention to give the wines all their singularity. In 1955, Château Roubine was …
Situated in the quaint town of Darling (known for its wines, artisanal stores, restaurants and spring flowers), Cloof Wine Estate is an enchanting spot that offers stunning views, and delicious wines and food. Sample some of the Cloof Wine Estate’s unique range at their Tasting Room, from their Bush Vines Range, through to their Signature Range and also the Winemaker’s …
This beautiful setting, along with fine wines and handcrafted cheeses, provides a memorable tasting experience that will stay with you long after your last sip. The Cooperage is the latest addition to the Anura Collection. An architectural masterpiece of space and light, with its contemporary industrial style finishes, comprising of stone, concrete, steel and rare African wood, encompassing 360 degree …