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How well do SA’s white wines mature?

“Why are top-end red wines so much more expensive than white wines when they essentially cost the same to produce?” was the question posed...

Tim James: SA legends vs the world

A most remarkable tasting was held in Cape Town last Friday evening. Some 15 people paid quite a bit of money to sit down...

De Wetshof The Site Chardonnay 2006

From the Nederburg Auction preview tasting: Many of the examples of yesterday’s Chardonnay, while unquestionably good, were made in a pretty flashy style –...

De Wetshof The Site Chardonnay 2013

Yesterday the bi-annual Celebration of Chardonnay hosted by Robertson property De Wetshof took place with renowned wine writer Andrew Jefford making the keynote address. He...

De Wetshof Pinot Noir Brut 2008

Served as an aperitif before the launch of the top-end, Merlot-driven Thibault 2009 yesterday, De Wetshof Pinot Noir Brut 2008 (R190 a bottle) pretty...

Louis Michel Thibault 2009

Robertson property De Wetshof, famed for its various versions of Chardonnay, has gone all in with a top-end red, Louis Michel Thibault 2009 (after...

Cullen Kevin John Chardonnay 2010

On Friday, the biannual Celebration of Chardonnay held by Robertson estate De Wetshof. A formal tasting of 15 leading examples followed by lunch prepared...

De Wetshof Finesse Chardonnay 2010

Unwooded Chardonnay is an emerging category and the Limestone Hill 2012 in the Danie de Wet range from De Wetshof in Robertson (R68 a...