Vacqueyras was the second Côtes du Rhônes Villages to be upgraded to a full appellation in its own right.
This Chenin Blanc is fermented in oak and aged on lees, resulting in rich notes of honey, melon and pear, a saline mouthfeel and a long, balanced finish.
Brent Marris is the man behind our best-selling white wine. He's also the distant relative of one of King Henry the First's rumoured illegitimate children.
Expect an intense, fruity palate, with notes of peach, fig and honey and fine acidity from this dessert wine.
Thick, sticky, luscious and viscous, this sherry is super-sweet yet hugely complex and involving. Flavours of dates, cinnamon, clove, treacle and caramel combine like, liquid Christmas pudding.
Made in 2010, a magnificent Bordeaux vintage, from a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, this has notes of raspberry and black cherry, well-integrated tannins and a bright finish.
In the rugged slopes of the Witzenberg Mountain range, you'll find leopards hiding, jackal buzzards circling and baboons playing.