Wine List

House Wine

Throughout the world it is percieved as the wine of happiness

La Capra Sauvignon Blanc (On Tap)

– R42

Petit Chenin Blanc by Ken Forrester

– R42

Petit Natural Sweet by Ken Forrester

– R42

Protea Rosé by Anthonij Rupert

– R42

Haute Cabrière Chardonnay Pinot Noir

– R48

La Capra Merlot (On Tap)

– R45

Petit Pinotage by Ken Forrester

– R45

Champagne

As Madame Bollinger so aptly said, this heavenly drink should be enjoyed when you are happy or
sad, alone or with company, with or without food. To be enjoyed all the time!!

Moët & Chandon Nectar Impérial

Region: Reims, France

Lively and generous Nectar Impérial distinguishes itself by its tropical fruitiness, its
richness on the palate and its crisp finish, that instantly surprises and delights.

– R1400

Prosecco & Bubbles

As Madame Bollinger so aptly said, this heavenly drink should be enjoyed when you are happy or
sad, alone or with company, with or without food. To be enjoyed all the time!!

Bottega Prosecco Rosé Brut

Region: Lombardy, Italy

Fruity aromas with distinct hints of apple, white peach, citrus, wild strawberries
and floral notes like peach blossoms. Fresh and delicate, it is fragrant on the palate
and confirms the olfactory sensations.

– R370

Martini Prosecco

Region: Veneto, Italy

From the foothills of Veneto, the aromatic Glera grapes are blended by our
winemaster with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to create this fresh, lively Prosecco.

– R340

Simonsig Kaapse Vonkel Brut Rosé

Region: Stellenbosch

This decadent bubbly has layers of finesse with a crisp, well balanced acidity that
transforms these delicate flavours into an unforgettable sparkling sensation.
Gold Veritas Award 2017.

– R270

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc can be made in a variety of different styles depending on the area. Cool climate areas are producing some outstanding wines. The styles vary from tropical fruit, to green, grassy and herbaceous, through to flinty, mineral flavours. There is something for every palate to enjoy which is why Sauvignon Blanc is South Africa`s most popular style of white wine. We have given you a great selection to choose from.

La Motte

Region: Franschhoek

Clean and crisp with ripe tropical fruit flavours on the palate and a refreshing
finish.

– R170

Warwick The First Lady

Region: Stellenbosch

Bone dry with bright granadilla, lime cordial and citrus guaranteeing a racy
white knuckled ride.

– R170

Tokara

Region: Stellenbosch

There is an abundance of Cape gooseberries, green apples and passion fruit on the nose. The wine enters the palate with concentrated flavours reminiscent of the nose.

– R165

Durbanville Hills

Region: Durbanville

Grassy bouquet, while tropical fruit combines with subtle gooseberries on the palate.

– R130

Protea by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Western Cape

A crisp and refreshing wine with bold tropical fig and gooseberry aromas, good length
and flavour

– R130

Klein Constantia

Region: Constantia

Fresh flavours of grapefruit, green fig and an oyster shell salinity fill the nose. Full bodied and concentrated, the palate is textured with a light acidity and bold minerality.

– R250

Anura

Region: Paarl

Mineral, grassy, green fig tones are combined with tropical flavours.

– R140

Chardonnay

Undoubtedly the world`s most noble white grape variety. It can be made in a wide range of styles, the most popular being wines aged in French oak barrels which add elegance to the wines without masking the Chardonnay`s citrus flavours. South Africans tend to prefer the unwooded style but need to be more adventurous!

Haute Cabrière (Unwooded)

Region: Franschhoek

A blend of Chardonnay grapes, coming together and expressing litchi and citrus on the nose with lime and pear on the palate.

– R200

Glen Carlou (Wooded)

Region: Paarl

A complex nose of citrus, white peach, spice and buttered toast aromatics are evident on the nose of this 100% single vineyard Chardonnay.

– R170

Chenin Blanc

The most widely planted grape variety in South Africa which is amazingly versatile and produces wines of distinction varying from bone dry to full, sweet wines. Wines like the Ken Forrester prove to “Chenin Blanc sceptics” that world class wines are made from this varietal and that South Africa is up there with the best.

Simonsig

Region: Stellenbosch

This has to be without a doubt, the best value Chenin around. It is dry with wonderful
tropical fruit flavours which makes it such a versatile food wine.

– R160

Petit by Ken Forrester

Region: Stellenbosch

A decidedly moreish wine with a powerhouse of flavours. The likes of ripe melon, guava and pineapple.

– R155

Lets Not Forget..

Terra Del Capo by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Western Cape

Deliciously refreshing and unfussy which makes this such an easy drinking and popular wine with its crisp, fresh citrus palate.

– R160

Protea by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Western Cape

Succulent peachy appeal with lemon drop vivacity and a deliciously frisky interplay of citrus and spice on the palate finishing with a brisk dry flourish of freshness.

– R150

Buitenverwachting Buiten Blanc

Region: Constantia

Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc blend. Again, very easy drinking on its own or with light
meals.

– R130

Petit Natural Sweet by Ken Forrester

Region: Western Cape

A stunning wine with a powerhouse of flavours, the likes of ripe melon, guava and pineapple. The finish is tangy and irresistible with honey notes.

– R120

Wines with a Blush

Just leaving the skins in the juice for a few hours gives the wine its sexy blush. All the following are made in a dry style and thoroughly enjoyable with most meals including salads which are always difficult to pair wine with.

Haute Cabrière Chardonnay Pinot Noir

Region: Franschhoek

Still the most popular Chardonnay Pinot Noir blend around. The wine has elegance and balance which makes it such a versatile wine.

– R175

Rosé

What an exciting category rosé is these days! We should be drinking them all year round. They can be enjoyed as an aperitif, with light lunches but can more than hold their own with our flavoursome dishes. Currently the fastest growing style of wine locally and internationally.

Protea by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Western Cape

A Rhône styled blend of Mourvédre, Cinsaut, Grenache and Shiraz. It’s tangy and succulent with a vibrant acidity and a deliciously refreshing dry finish.

– R135

Sophie te’Blanche

Region: Elgin

Delicious strawberries, wild berries, cranberries and a hint of sweet spice on the nose. Sophie le Rosé is fresh and vibrant, with a hint of candied fruit on a textured finish.

– R120

Cabernet Sauvignon

The king of red wine cultivars. It can be made in various styles from full powerful wines with upfront fruit, to medium bodied wines with well integrated fruit and supple tannins. Often used in red blends and a wine which complements red meat perfectly.

Tokara

Region: Stellenbosch

There are berry aromas of cassis, redcurrant and blueberries on the nose complemented by underlying notes of cocoa, fresh herbs and tobacco spice. The palate is packed with sweet berry fruit, flavours of dark chocolate and briary fruit with hints of dried tobacco on the finish.

– R210

Springfield Whole Berry

Region: Robertson

It is a privilege to drink this wine! Gentle winemaking coaxes lovely fruit purity and freshness from these old vines.

– R300

Warwick The First Lady

Region: Stellenbosch

The smooth ripe, round tannins make this wine easy to drink while still retaining a full body. The balanced acid creates a firm finish that is complemented by a lingering sweetness.

– R185

Merlot

A rich and fragrant wine with very accessible berry character and roundness which appeals to the new red wine drinker. It is the top selling red wine in KwaZulu Natal.

Protea by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Western Cape

The mouth feel is soft and yielding but isn’t flabby. It has a firm core and structure which makes for a lingering finish.

– R150

Spier

Region: Stellenbosch

Sweet sappy super fruited with red and black fruit. Soft tannins, an easy drinker

– R155

Thelema

Region: Stellenbosch

The wine shows bright, red fruit and hints of spice on the nose, with concentrated flavours on the palate and soft, polished tannins. Hints of dark chocolate complete this wonderfully balanced wine.

– R280

Shiraz

Better known as Syrah outside South Africa and is seen by many, as the great hope for South African wine. It is the most exotic of reds, with immense concentration and complexity. It has nuances of fruit, oak, spice and leather.

Saronsberg Provenance

Region: Tulbagh

From one of South Africa’s top Shiraz producers. The soft textured tannins, full bodied mouthfeel and silken finish is the platform to a heady mix of red berry and black fruit flavours.

– R240

Tokara

Region: Stellenbosch

Aromas of plums, blackberries and briary fruit emanate with underlying notes of dried herbs, black olives and rosemary. Flavours on the palate are quite spicy with a good support of red fruit notes.

– R260

Pinotage

This cultivar originated in South Africa as a cross between Pinot Noir and Hermitage. It produces a medium to full bodied red wine with a highly distinctive, fruity character. Great strides have been made in the making of Pinotage and properly made, a wine to be respected. This can be seen by increasing interest shown worldwide in South African Pinotage.

Beyerskloof

Region: Stellenbosch

Accessible, affordable and easy drinking. Another wine with a huge following and rightly so.

– R160

Petit by Ken Forrester

Region: Stellenbosch

Classic Pinotage aromas of spicy mulberries, plum pudding and cherries, supported by smoky bacon nuances. Juicy and accessible with a soft palate and delicious fruit concentration.

– R140

Darling Cellars Chocoholic

Region: Western Cape

Vibrant and packed with some juicy cherry flavours that incorporate more complex nuances such as dark chocolate, plums and vanilla. It is smooth on the palate with loads of soft, sweet fruit.

– R160

Pinot Noir

The king of Burgundy. This is a fascinatingly seductive wine which deserves to be treated with honour at the table. Pinot Noir tends to behave like a spoilt princess in the vineyard and can be shy in the glass compared to some more “in your face” styles. Stay clear of spicy dishes.

Haute Cabrière Unwooded

Region: Franschhoek

Cherry fruit and slight spiciness enhance any meal from this totally unique and unusual
wine.

– R180

Sangiovese

One of Italy`s most widely planted cultivars, Sangiovese has its origins in Tuscany. Sangiovese is responsible for some of the world`s most vibrant light bodied wines as well as many top quality blends.

Terra del Capo by Anthonij Rupert

Region: Franschhoek

A deliciously succulent and fruity wine that works really well with our food. It is light and appealing rather than brooding and dense and is a perfect red wine for our Durban climate throughout the year.

– R150

Red Blends

Red blends are created by the winemaker using a variety of cultivars to best express terroir and a variety of styles. You will always find a wine to satisfy your personal taste.

Hartenberg Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz

Region: Stellenbosch

An old favourite with great flavour. Juicy, full berry richness with a stylish, silky finish.

– R165

Mamma’s Anura Red Blend

Region: Stellenbosch

From the Bouma Family, Anura is more than just a place to create wines, it is the fulfillment
of a dream and the tireless pursuit of perfection. The name Anura christens our wine and honours the historic frog hill – Paddabult.

– R175

Buitenverwachting Meifort

Region: Constantia

Full bodied and complex red blend. Warm and inviting nose showing elegant plum, red cherry characters combined with spicy oak and tobacco characters.

– R175

Chianti

Region: Chianti, Tuscany

A Chianti must be made from at least 80% Sangiovese and blended with 20% of any other approved red grape variety such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Syrah.

– R265

Rupert & Rothschild Classique

Region: Western Cape

This blend which was first created in 1997 as a partnership between the late Dr Anton Rupert and the late Baron de Rothschild has a worldwide following. The wine has a smooth and balanced palate that appeals to all.

– R310

Boekenhoutskloof The Chocolate Block

Region: Swartland

This wine is the perfect example of identifying “undiscovered” parcels of vineyard with amazing potential and utilizing it to unleash its world class quality. In this case, a Shiraz led blend producing a rich, juicy wine with a tannic twist.

– R350

Meerlust Red

Region: Stellenbosch

The nose is expressive with powerful cassis, plum, exotic spice and hints of floral aromas. On the palate the wine is medium bodied with intense flavours of crushed black fruit, cassis, vanilla and dark chocolate.

– R360