These wines offer good quality at the entry level of South African wines. Both have expressive fruit and character and are worth trying and take the place of Paarl Heights.
|Cape Heights Chenin Blanc 2016/17||(6)||£6.59||£39.54|
|Cape Heights Shiraz||(6)||£6.59||£39.54|
|Chenin Blanc 2016/17||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
|Old Vine Cinsault 2015/16||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
False Bay Winery
Good everyday wines with very accessible fruit. The Sauvignon is particularly fresh and finishes with an almost aromatic fruitiness. The Pinotage offers lots of juicy deep damson and plum fruit with a velvety finish, whereas the 2009/2010 Shiraz has grip with soft tannins.
|False Bay Chenin Blanc 2015||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
|False Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2016/17||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
|False Bay Shiraz 2015/16||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
|False Bay Pinotage 2015/16||(6)||£6.95||£41.70|
|Angels Tears Sauvignon Blanc 2016||(6)||£8.29||£49.74|
|A new and excisting sauvignon with good tangy fruit and acidity that is a dead easy drinker.|