Best Relationship

With the end of the year in sight, we would like to reflect on the pleasant cooperation we have with you. ICE's success is inextricably linked to the warm relationships we have built. The same certainly applies to the relationship we have with you!


As a token of appreciation and gratitude, we would like to delight you with a bottle of wine of your choice. We have carefully selected exquisite wines from which you can choose your favourite.

However, should you prefer to make a gesture to charity, we invite you to donate the value of the wine to the CliniClowns. This organisation, with whom we have had a warm relationship for many years, brings joy and distraction to children in dire need.

You have until 19 January time to make your choice and place your order on here.

On behalf of all ICE
Utility Professionals,

Happy holidays and a wonderful New Year!

 

Cliniclowns

CliniClowns do everything to make sure someone can be themselves again for a while. Feeling good is not only in your body. It is also between your ears. Being yourself naturally feels better than being a patient. Being yourself feels stronger than worrying. And laughing feels better than stress or fear. When someone connects with you - sees right through being sick - you feel better. And when someone gives you confidence back in yourself, there is a better basis for recovery. That is the power of contact.

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Feuerheerds - White Port

The Van Zeller family is one of the best-known families within the Port area and owners of several renowned Port houses, including Feuerheerds and Quinta Roriz, among others.

This port is made from Gouveio, Malvasia and Voisinho. The hot dry microclimate along the Douro, combined with the unique soil, provides the perfect conditions for this White Port. During the fermentation process, the wine has no contact with the grape skins. This results in a fresh White Port. The addition of alcohol stops the fermentation and you get a powerful port. The port has a white-gold colour. The aromas are of ripe grapes and almonds in the nose. The taste is sweet and powerful and combined with juicy acidity, a good balance is created.

Serve the port chilled to make it fresher and fruitier. Serve as an aperitif or with desserts that are not too sweet. This port is also ideal for making a so-called Porto Tonic. Here you take 1/3 part Feuerheerds White Port and 2/3 part tonic. Add ice cubes and garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a wedge of lime.

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Lussory Zero Sparkling white

Lussory is a Spanish wine brand that makes alcohol-free wines, with no additives or flavourings and made entirely from wine, without even a trace of alcohol. Because these wines contain no alcohol, they are provided with Halal certification. The grapes come from renowned Spanish vineyards in La Mancha, which lies between Madrid and Valencia. Indigenous grape varieties such as Macabeo, Airen and Tempranillo are used for these wines. As a result, the flavour is unique.

Lussory Zero Sparkling white, non-alcoholic sparkling wine

Made from the Riesling and Airen grape. With its Light yellow colour, soft bubble with notes of citrus n tropical fruit, this wine is ideal for a festive toast! With lunch or can be used to make a non-alcoholic spoom.

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Corvezzo - Cuvée Bianco Spumante

The Corvezzo winery, founded in 1960, has been passed on from generation to generation. Over the years, the family's connection to the land and constant quest for quality has remained intact. The Corvezzo vineyards are located between the towns of Cessalto and Motta di Livenza. These are towns with millennia-old agricultural traditions that today are protected as part of the wine culture route of the 'Strada dei Vini del Piave'.
Corvezzo strives for constant durability. This can be seen in its attention to specific details. From the vine to the final product, the family's goal is to respect the environment and recycle waste products. For several years now, Corvezzo's Prosseci have also been officially Organic (bio) certified.

Cuvée Bianco

This prosecco is made from Chardonnay, Glera and Pinot Bianco grapes.
A sparkling wine with intense aromas of white flowers(acacia flowers) and white flesh in the nose, followed by delicate citrus notes.On the palate, it is full and intense, with exciting freshness and a balanced and long finish.

A highly versatile sparkling wine that stands out during drinks.

Drink, enjoy, repeat!

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Hanewald-Schwerdt Weissburgunder 2022

The mountain ranges north of Bad Dürkheim are characterised by limestone. In Deidesheim and Ruppertsberg to the south, you will find warmer red sandstone soils. This unusual and unique variety of the estate's own vineyards offers enormous potential for demonstrating the different influences of climate and soil on the German wine route.

Thomas Hanewald and Stephan Schwerdt

The two cousins set the tone at the winery. The two are supported by an experienced team and a large family. Everyone contributes to the creation of the wines. The focus is on Riesling and Pinot Noir grape varieties, complemented by regional and international specialities.

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Scaramanga White 2021

The Nabygelegen vineyard was issued by Governor William Herlot in 1712 to one of the Cape's first freeholders: Jan Lorenz from Rostock in Germany. Lorenz developed the winery by planting vines, fruit trees and vegetables.
Nabygelegen wines come from cool slopes facing south, i.e. away from the sun, 220 metres above sea level. The grapes of the Nabygelegen wines are hand-picked. As the grapes are very sensitive to excessive temperatures, the grapes were harvested in the cooler, early hours and taken directly to the cellars. This ensures that the fruit in the grapes is optimally preserved.

Nearby Scaramanga

Since the 2021 vintage, the composition of this wine has changed! The Chardonnay is no longer in the blend, which makes the wine much fresher.
This great one is made from a blend of Chenin Blanc and the very unusual Verdelho grapes. The Verdelho is only known from dry Maderas and gives an exciting whole to this wine. It gives the wine a small and fresh spicy bitterness, which makes the linea recta long for the next sip. The Chenin gives the wine freshness, minerality and roundness. Light that Braai!

Enjoy these great grapes from an exceptionally beautiful region. Preferably drink the wine from Bordeaux glasses at around 10 degrees, that's when the beautiful fruit and powerful flavour come out best.

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Barbera d'Asti docg "Nobbio"

The wine estate was founded in 1923 by Stefano Ferraris. Currently, Roberto Ferraris is the winemaker. He is the grandson of Stefano Ferraris. The estate is located in the municipality of Agliano Terme, in the heart of the historic zone of Barbera d'Asti and Nizza.
The vineyards are partly made up of old vines, some of which are even up to 100 years old.
They make a total of six different wines, from the grapes grown in the vineyards: four Barbera d'Asti Docg, one Nizza and one Monferrato Rosso.
The old cellar dates back to the 19th century and contains a collection of "natural sculptures" obtained from old vines. Part of this collection can also be seen in the castle of Grinzane Cavou, this fortress not far from the winery. Natural fertiliser is used by Roberto Ferraris and he does not use chemical pesticides.

Barbera d'Asti docg "Nobbio"

The "Nobbio" vineyard represents one of the noble areas of Barbera d'Asti. Its south-east exposure with steep slope, average 85-year-old vines and white soils with a silt content of 65% give origin to a rich and extremely concentrated wine of character.

The wine has a ruby colour tending towards garnet red, with scents of plums, vanilla and blackberries. On the palate, it is intense, full-bodied, with a flavourful and very distinctive finish.

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Oldenburg Syrah - 2014

Oldenburg Vineyards is located in the Banghoek Valley (pronounced 'bun hook' and meaning 'scary corner' due to the leopards in this region in the past) about 8 km from Stellenbosch. Oldenburg was initially a fruit farm until they planted grapes in the 1960s.
Between 1993 and 2003, the property was managed by a 'Trust'. Unfortunately, this relegated the care of the vineyards to the background. In 2003, Adrian Vanderspuy, the owner, decided that winemaking should again become the main activity at Oldenburg. In 2007, he achieved the first harvests and the quality is flying by the year.

Oldenburg Syrah

The Oldenburg Syrah has a bright, ruby red colour with a typical earthy nose. The wine is very similar in style to a classic French Cote du Rhône with elegant minerality and delicate Pepper found while tasting. The wood is well integrated into the wine and shows hints of caramel. Drink the wine preferably around 15 degrees Celsius from Syrah glasses.

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Hollerer Wolfsgraben Zweigelt

Weingut Hollerer is a close-knit family business that has been making wine in Kamptal for generations. Winemaker Alois Hollerer (32) has access to a huge variety of grapes with 23 hectares of vineyards. He makes pure and fresh wines from Gruner Veltiner, Riesling and Weissburgunder, among others.

Besides the soil, minor climates play a major role in the winemaking process and give each vintage and variety its own typical character. Time and again, we are faced with new situations and challenges that need to be responded to - the experience of many generations is a crucial help. Hand picking, pressing of whole grapes, repeated harvesting of individual layers at different ripening times - combined with a purist and modern approach in the cellar - result in wines that only find their way to the bottle and to our customers when we are all convinced.

Wolfsgraben wheat gin

A very typical, aromatic Zweigelt. Rich berries on the nose, soft on the palate, reminiscent of sour cherries. Harmonious, light body with unobtrusive tannins. Ideal to drink lightly chilled.

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Corvezzo Spumante ROSE

The Corvezzo winery, founded in 1960, has been passed on from generation to generation. Over the years, the family's connection to the land and constant quest for quality has remained intact. The Corvezzo vineyards are located between the towns of Cessalto and Motta di Livenza. These are towns with millennia-old agricultural traditions that today are protected as part of the wine culture route of the 'Strada dei Vini del Piave'.

Corvezzo strives for constant durability. This can be seen in its attention to specific details. From the vine to the final product, the family's goal is to respect the environment and recycle waste products. For several years now, Corvezzo's Prosseci have also been officially Organic (bio) certified.

Family Collection 1955 Cuvee rose

This rosé prosecco is made from Glera and Pinot Noir grapes. The taste is nicely full, a firm bubble with aromas of gently pressed red fruit. You'll find a fine floral aroma with hints of pear in the nose and a nice refreshing finish.

Drink, enjoy, repeat!

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Klawers Cape Vintage

Klawer Wine Cellar is the gateway to the Olifants River Valley and offers a warm and friendly welcome to visitors. Just outside the town and a stone's throw from the N7 road, the impressive façade of the Klawer cellar dominates.

It owes its name to the wild clover that grows abundantly here, especially after good winter rains. During the flower season in spring, depending on the previous winter's rainfall, this arid landscape turns into a flower paradise.

Klawer is known in the region for its dessert wines such as Hanepoot, Muscadel and Cape Vintage.

Klawer Cellars - Cape Vintage

Made from the Shiraz grape. Hints of cherry and cinnamon with plenty of smoky black fruit on the palate. Chocolate is sensational with this wine, as are dried fruits and nuts.

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Leenders Reserve White

In 1639, Wijnand Leenders was born in the small forest town of Bezuidenhout, in Holland. Wijnand, a farmer with an adventurous spirit, decided on 15 August 1665 - when he was just 27 years old - to set off for the tip of Africa.

A farmer by trade, he was soon appointed head gardener at the VOC's Company's Gardens (Kompanje's Tuine). This historic garden where fresh produce was grown for passing ships also grew some of the first vineyards in South Africa. Wijnand Leenders (from Bezuidenhout) soon became known as Wijnand Bezuidenhout, one of the first wine growers and winemakers in the southernmost tip of Africa.

Today, centuries later, his legacy is being honoured by a new generation of winemakers from the Bezuidenhout family. The Bezuidenhout family is a direct line of Leenders.

Winemaker Francois Bezuidenhout was born in the small port town of Port Elizabeth on South Africa's south-east coast. Descended from a family of sheep farmers from the Little Karoo, he became interested in wine when the family moved to Cape Town in the late 1980s. In 2014, he graduated as a Cape Wine Master and joined an elite group of individuals dedicated to promoting and championing the South African wine industry. Always the entrepreneur, Francois took the plunge and started making his own wines in 2017. Leenders wines were born.

Reserve Soetdoring

Characterful aroma of fynbos and dried spices. Rich texture, dominated by velvety tannins and refreshed with intressant acidity. Intense. soft and rich with generous ripe fruit and structured, silky tannins.

Spare Ski Bead

A blend of Roussanne and Grenache Blanc. This white blend is a South African take on a typical Rhone white blend. Complex, rich and finessed. The palate is lively and intense with quince and yellow apple flavours, hints of spice. Elevated floral aromas with hints of lemon cream and white stone fruit. The palate is rich but subdued with a focus on the pure fruit.

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Leenders Reserve Red

In 1639, Wijnand Leenders was born in the small forest town of Bezuidenhout, in Holland. Wijnand, a farmer with an adventurous spirit, decided on 15 August 1665 - when he was just 27 years old - to set off for the tip of Africa.

A farmer by trade, he was soon appointed head gardener at the VOC's Company's Gardens (Kompanje's Tuine). This historic garden where fresh produce was grown for passing ships also grew some of the first vineyards in South Africa. Wijnand Leenders (from Bezuidenhout) soon became known as Wijnand Bezuidenhout, one of the first wine growers and winemakers in the southernmost tip of Africa.

Today, centuries later, his legacy is being honoured by a new generation of winemakers from the Bezuidenhout family. The Bezuidenhout family is a direct line of Leenders.

Winemaker Francois Bezuidenhout was born in the small port town of Port Elizabeth on South Africa's south-east coast. Descended from a family of sheep farmers from the Little Karoo, he became interested in wine when the family moved to Cape Town in the late 1980s. In 2014, he graduated as a Cape Wine Master and joined an elite group of individuals dedicated to promoting and championing the South African wine industry. Always the entrepreneur, Francois took the plunge and started making his own wines in 2017. Leenders wines were born.

Reserve Soetdoring

Characterful aroma of fynbos and dried spices. Rich texture, dominated by velvety tannins and refreshed with intressant acidity. Intense. soft and rich with generous ripe fruit and structured, silky tannins.

Spare Ski Bead

A blend of Roussanne and Grenache Blanc. This white blend is a South African take on a typical Rhone white blend. Complex, rich and finessed. The palate is lively and intense with quince and yellow apple flavours, hints of spice. Elevated floral aromas with hints of lemon cream and white stone fruit. The palate is rich but subdued with a focus on the pure fruit.

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Pitnauer Blauer Zweigelt Carnuntum Classic

The Pitnauer family owns over 22 hectares of vineyard around the wine village of Göttlesbrunn, Carnuntum's wine centre. Johannes took over the business from his father Hans in 2018 and is also the winemaker. Mainly blue grapes are grown in an ecologically responsible way. The favourable climate in Carnuntum gives the blue grapes a long ripening period, often well into October. All grapes are harvested by hand and fermented and aged in their renovated cellar.

Carnuntum

The Carnuntum region stretches between Vienna in the northwest and Slovakia in the east, the Danube in the north and merges into Burgenland in the south. The climate is continental, giving warm summers followed by cold winters. Due to the moderating influence of the Danube and the Neusiedlersee, the climate is particularly favourable for viticulture as the grapes ripen slowly and evenly. The soil is very diverse and consists of loam, sand, gravel and loess. The region owes its name Carnuntum to a very large former Roman fortress city along the Danube. Carnuntum has had a DAC appellation of origin for the varieties grüner veltliner, weissburgunder, chardonnay, zweigelt and blaufränkisch since the 2016 harvest.

Blauer Zweigelt Carnuntum Classic

This Zweigelt Classic is very typical: pleasantly fruity, with a distinct cherry aroma, slightly spicy and round tannins. Serve with not too heavy meat dishes, poultry, game such as duck and venison, pastas, risottos, hard and blue-veined cheeses. Serving temperature 14 to 16ºC.

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Pinot Bianco Berg

Nals Margreid was founded in 1985 when the wineries of Nalles (1932) and Magre (1954) joined forces. It is currently among the absolute top producers in Alto-Adige. The totally newly built wine cellar in 2011 is an architectural masterpiece of great beauty. In the vinification rooms, gravity does its work to minimise the need for overpumping. The grapes come from 160 hectares cultivated by 140 winegrowers with high standards regarding respect for nature and the environment. Only ecological pesticides are used to achieve a natural balance in the vineyard. Alto Adige, or Südtirol, is located in northern Italy in the province of Bolzano, close to the Austrian border. It used to be Austrian-owned, hence the main language is German.

Pinot Bianco 'Berg'

Pale yellow in colour. A mineral and fresh aroma of white fruits like apple and pineapple. Full and elegant taste, soft with lots of white fruit, concentrated with lots of juice and nice, fresh acids. Delicious as an aperitif, with non-smoked fish dishes, seafood, salads, antipasti, asparagus, pasta and white-flora cheeses (white crusted cheese). Enjoy between 10 to 12ºC!

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Leenders White

In 1639, Wijnand Leenders was born in the small forest town of Bezuidenhout, in Holland. Wijnand, a farmer with an adventurous spirit, decided on 15 August 1665 - when he was just 27 years old - to set off for the tip of Africa.
A farmer by trade, he was soon appointed head gardener at the VOC's Company's Gardens (Kompanje's Tuine). This historic garden where fresh produce was grown for passing ships also grew some of the first vineyards in South Africa. Wijnand Leenders (from Bezuidenhout) soon became known as Wijnand Bezuidenhout, one of the first wine growers and winemakers in the southernmost tip of Africa.

Today, centuries later, his legacy is being honoured by a new generation of winemakers from the Bezuidenhout family. The Bezuidenhout family is a direct line of Leenders.

Winemaker Francois Bezuidenhout was born in the small port town of Port Elizabeth on South Africa's south-east coast. Descended from a family of sheep farmers from the Little Karoo, he became interested in wine when the family moved to Cape Town in the late 1980s. In 2014, he graduated as a Cape Wine Master and joined an elite group of individuals dedicated to promoting and championing the South African wine industry. Francois, always the entrepreneur, took the plunge and started making his own wines in 2017.Leenders wines were born.

Baboon White Blend

A blend of Chenin Blanc, Roussanne and Grenache Blanc, this white blend is a South African take on a typical Rhone white blend. Complex, rich and full-bodied. The Chenin Blanc gives a fresh acidity and fruity note to the wine, while Roussanne and Grenache Blanc give a typical aromatic note, waxy complexity and finesse to the blend. Pale yellow in colour with peach, apricot and stone fruit in the nose. This wine is great now, but is made to age for 5 years or more.

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Leenders Red

In 1639, Wijnand Leenders was born in the small forest town of Bezuidenhout, in Holland. Wijnand, a farmer with an adventurous spirit, decided on 15 August 1665 - when he was just 27 years old - to set off for the tip of Africa.
A farmer by trade, he was soon appointed head gardener at the VOC's Company's Gardens (Kompanje's Tuine). This historic garden where fresh produce was grown for passing ships also grew some of the first vineyards in South Africa. Wijnand Leenders (from Bezuidenhout) soon became known as Wijnand Bezuidenhout, one of the first wine growers and winemakers in the southernmost tip of Africa.

Today, centuries later, his legacy is being honoured by a new generation of winemakers from the Bezuidenhout family. The Bezuidenhout family is a direct line of Leenders.

Winemaker Francois Bezuidenhout was born in the small port town of Port Elizabeth on South Africa's south-east coast. Descended from a family of sheep farmers from the Little Karoo, he became interested in wine when the family moved to Cape Town in the late 1980s. In 2014, he graduated as a Cape Wine Master and joined an elite group of individuals dedicated to promoting and championing the South African wine industry. Francois, always the entrepreneur, took the plunge and started making his own wines in 2017.Leenders wines were born.

Soul seller Red Blend

Combining meaty Syrah, spicy Mourvèdre, red berry Carignan and airy Grenache noir, this blend is a true expression of how diverse South African terroir can be. A deep and dark blend with spicy and earthy notes of Syrah and Mourvèdre. Red berry fruit and soft tannins from Carignan and Grenache noir. This wine is lovely to drink now, but will age gracefully with age.

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Oldenburg CL Red

Oldenburg Vineyards is located in the Banghoek Valley (pronounced 'bun hook' and meaning 'scary corner' due to the leopards in this region in the past) about 8 km from Stellenbosch. Oldenburg was initially a fruit farm until they planted grapes in the 1960s.
Between 1993 and 2003, the property was managed by a 'Trust'. Unfortunately, this relegated the care of the vineyards to the background. In 2003, Adrian Vanderspuy, the owner, decided that winemaking should again become the main activity at Oldenburg. In 2007, he achieved the first harvests and the quality is flying by the year.
You have the scoop and will find here the first vintages in which these CL wines were made.

CL Red

This highly flavourful blend consists of 52% Syrah, 19% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc.
This wine has a full deep purple colour. The nose is full of forest fruit and dominated by ripe blackberries and raspberries. In addition, some light notes of cedar (cigar box), some vanilla and cocoa powder. The palate is bursting with fresh berries, plums and pomegranate. The wine has silky tannins with fresh acidity to balance the silky core with red fruit.
Serve the wine preferably around 15 degrees Celsius and enjoy!

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Oldenburg CL White

Oldenburg Vineyards is located in the Banghoek Valley (pronounced 'bun hook' and meaning 'scary corner' due to the leopards in this region in the past) about 8 km from Stellenbosch. Oldenburg was initially a fruit farm until they planted grapes in the 1960s.
Between 1993 and 2003, the property was managed by a 'Trust'. Unfortunately, this relegated the care of the vineyards to the background. In 2003, Adrian Vanderspuy, the owner, decided that winemaking should again become the main activity at Oldenburg. In 2007, he achieved the first harvests and the quality is flying by the year.
You have the scoop and will find here the first vintages in which these CL wines were made.

CL White

This amazing blend consists of 63% Chardonnay and 37% Chenin Blanc. The wine has a pale golden colour and an inviting nose filled with orange blossom, stone fruit and fresh pineapple. This is followed by fresh peach, pineapple and grapefruit on the palate. Long maturation on yeast cells gives the wine a meaty texture. The wine has a fresh attack with lingering flavours of yellow apples and tangerines. This is followed by a long fresh and juicy finish.
Serve the wine preferably around 9 degrees Celsius and enjoy!

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Vonkel

James McKenzie now knows his terroir inside out. This applies to his own wine estate 'Nabygelegen' in Wellington, South Africa. Also true of the 'Snow Mountain' vineyards. The name Snow Mountain comes from the 2 high altitude vineyards, overlooking the mountain 'Snow Head'. James Mckenzie of the Nabygelegen winery produces exciting wines from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah here. Snow Mountain's vineyards have a subsoil of shale (Malmesbury shale) with a little clay. The soil structure has excellent water retention capacity. The vines therefore receive irrigation only if there is a risk of extreme water stress. The climate is typically Mediterranean with hot and dry summers and humid winters.

Snow Mountain Vonkel

When James came to present 'his' Vonkel at our shop, he was still looking for a good translation of the African word vonkel. English 'sparkle' comes close, but it doesn't match Dutch sparkling fun eyes. And that is exactly what this wine exudes. The bottle has a look of a renowned Champagne, but the contents are youthful, accessible and full of fun.

Honey, white peach and hints of pineapple are complemented by savoury notes of toasted almond and toasted brioche. A fine mousse and refreshing acidity make for a remarkably refreshing drinking experience.

Gesondheid! (in South African)

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Scaramanga white

The Nabygelegen vineyard was issued by Governor William Herlot in 1712 to one of the Cape's first freeholders: Jan Lorenz from Rostock in Germany. Lorenz developed the winery by planting vines, fruit trees and vegetables.

James McKenzie started planting new vines and renovating the old buildings in 2001. The oldest vines date back to 1940. Together with winemaker Charles Stassen, James makes small quantities of wine with lots of character. Importantly, he also enthusiastically participates in all government programmes to make wine ethically and thus also further elevate the area.
Nabygelegen wines come from cool slopes facing south, i.e. away from the sun, 220 metres above sea level. The grapes of the Nabygelegen wines are hand-picked. As the grapes are very sensitive to excessive temperatures, the grapes were harvested in the cooler, early hours and taken directly to the cellars. This ensures that the fruit in the grapes is optimally preserved.

Nabygelegen Scaramanga White

This amazing and rich wine is made from a blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and the very unusual Verdelho grapes. The Verdelho is only known from dry Maderas and gives an exciting ensemble to this wine. The Verdelho gives the wine notes of Spanish spices and oak. The Chenin blanc gives the wine the round and full character where the Chardonnay provides the distinctive citrus fruit, a delicious combination!
Enjoy these great grapes from an exceptionally beautiful region. Preferably drink the wine from Bordeaux glasses at around 10 degrees, that's when the beautiful fruit and powerful flavour come out best.

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Scaramanga red

The Nabygelegen vineyard was issued by Governor William Herlot in 1712 to one of the Cape's first freeholders: Jan Lorenz from Rostock in Germany. Lorenz developed the winery by planting vines, fruit trees and vegetables.

James McKenzie started planting new vines and renovating the old buildings in 2001. The oldest vines date back to 1940. Together with winemaker Charles Stassen, James makes small quantities of wine with lots of character. Importantly, he also enthusiastically participates in all government programmes to make wine ethically and thus also further elevate the area.
Nabygelegen wines come from cool slopes facing south, i.e. away from the sun, 220 metres above sea level. The grapes of the Nabygelegen wines are hand-picked. As the grapes are very sensitive to excessive temperatures, the grapes were harvested in the cooler, early hours and taken directly to the cellars. This ensures that the fruit in the grapes is optimally preserved.

Nabygelegen Scaramanga Red

This wine is full red in colour, has aromas of leather and blackcurrant, red currant and black pepper. The taste is full of red fruit with chocolate notes and persistent soft ripe tannins. Drink the wine preferably around 15 to 16 degrees from Bordeaux glasses.

Grapes

Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Tempranillo

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Grüner Veltliner

Weingut Hollerer is a close-knit family business that has been making wine in Kamptal for generations. Winemaker Alois Hollerer (32) has access to a huge variety of grapes with 23 hectares of vineyards. He makes pure and fresh wines from Gruner Veltiner, Riesling and Weissburgunder, among others.

Besides the soil, minor climates play a major role in the winemaking process and give each vintage and variety its own typical character. Time and again, we are faced with new situations and challenges that need to be responded to - the experience of many generations is a crucial help. Hand picking, pressing of whole grapes, repeated harvesting of individual layers at different ripening times - combined with a purist and modern approach in the cellar - result in wines that only find their way to the bottle and to our customers when we are all convinced.


Hasel - Grüner Veltliner

From specially selected vineyards comes this 100% Gruner Veltliner. The taste is slightly spicy but very drinkable and elegant. Exotic fruit combined with very nice acidity. In the nose you find an aroma of citrus fruits and crisp green apples and the well-known pfeffer. Silky and friendly! On the finish the characteristic minerality and classic Veltliner spiciness

For the technicians: 2018: Alcohol: 12.5% vol, Residual sweetness: 1g/l, acid: 5.1g/l. In other words; bone dry, but the delicious ripe fruit doesn't make that stand out at all.
Preferably drink the wine around 8 degrees and enjoy!

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The Gatekeeper Red

Energy and enthusiasm, purpose and vision. The Du Toits of Kloovenburg have these with barrels full. Enough to achieve the high standards they set for their wines - and enough to maintain a proud family tradition for decades to come. An hour's drive northeast of Cape Town, through rolling countryside, brings you to the welcoming gates of Kloovenburg. The estate is located in the Riebeek Valley, part of the Swartland. Kloovenburg's vineyards and olive groves herald the entrance to the picturesque Riebeek Valley. Kloovenburg stretches along the lower contours of Kasteelberg, where the northeastern slopes have proved ideal for Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon cultivars and the southwestern and eastern slopes favour Shiraz.

Kloovenburg The Gatekeeper Red

A blend of Syrah and Grenache. Aromas of red berries and spice leap from the nose and lead to a rustic wine, with a mix of red and black fruits with a firm backbone and beautifully fruity on the finish.

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The Gatekeeper White

Energy and enthusiasm, purpose and vision. The Du Toits of Kloovenburg have these with barrels full. Enough to achieve the high standards they set for their wines - and enough to maintain a proud family tradition for decades to come. An hour's drive northeast of Cape Town, through rolling countryside, brings you to the welcoming gates of Kloovenburg. The estate is located in the Riebeek Valley, part of the Swartland. Kloovenburg's vineyards and olive groves herald the entrance to the picturesque Riebeek Valley. Kloovenburg stretches along the lower contours of Kasteelberg, where the northeastern slopes have proved ideal for Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon cultivars and the southwestern and eastern slopes favour Shiraz.

Kloovenburg The Gatekeeper White

An exciting wine of Chenin Blanc, Roussanne and Grenache blanc. Aromas of flowers, pear and white peach. The wine is mineral, with good texture with balanced acidity.

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Oldenburg Syrah - 2014

The Oldenburg Syrah has a bright, ruby red colour with a typical earthy nose. The wine is very similar in style to a classic French Cote du Rhône with elegant minerality and delicate Pepper found while tasting. The wood is well integrated into the wine and shows hints of caramel. Drink the wine preferably around 15 degrees Celsius from Syrah glasses.

Oldenburg

Oldenburg Vineyards is located in the Banghoek Valley (pronounced 'bun hook' and meaning 'scary corner' due to the leopards in this region in the past) about 8 km from Stellenbosch. Oldenburg was initially a fruit farm until they planted grapes in the 1960s.
Between 1993 and 2003, the property was managed by a 'Trust'. Unfortunately, this relegated the care of the vineyards to the background. In 2003, Adrian Vanderspuy, the owner, decided that winemaking should again become the main activity at Oldenburg. In 2007, he achieved the first harvests and the quality is flying by the year.

Oldenburg Syrah

The Oldenburg Syrah has a bright, ruby red colour with a typical earthy nose. The wine is very similar in style to a classic French Cote du Rhône with elegant minerality and delicate Pepper found while tasting. The wood is well integrated into the wine and shows hints of caramel. Drink the wine preferably around 15 degrees Celsius from Syrah glasses.

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