THE SPRING PACK
Wine is a product like no other, it tells the whole story of a region, its climate, the lives of its inhabitants, their taste and their ingenuity. Each wine is different and you will surely be gratified with our Spring selection.
Ernie Els Merlot 2014 - Stellenbosch
The 2014 Ernie Els Merlot abounds with ripe plums, figs and cherry. It is soft and juicy on the entry with a delicate floral expression that follows from nose to palate. Medium bodied and fine, an earthy complexity adds depth, while notes of Swiss chocolate give a luxurious feel. The firm tannins are balanced by a red-berry crunch and a long savoury finish.
Dornier Pinotage 2014 - Stellenbosch
This wine shows black cherry, dark berry and cassis on the nose, with hints of tobacco and nutmeg. The palate shops upfront flavours of ripe plum, vanilla bean, violets and bramble. The wine has a full palate with an elegant freshness and finishes with a complex chalky tannin profile.
Flagstone Word Of Mouth Viognier 2016 - Western Cape
This is a wonderful expression of the little-known grape, Viognier. Aromas of fresh, ripe watermelon and juicy peaches are encased in a delicate hint of spice on the palate. As a medium bodied wine, it can easily be described as fresh yet also complex as it has a beautiful, full flavoured finish.
Word of mouth is one of the most effective ways to spread news and share a discovery, and it’s how we would like Flagstone’s Viognier to become more widely known. A wine of such exciting substance that you can’t help but tell your friends about it.
In the glass, this wine is a brilliant white gold colour with aromas of water melon and peaches and a floral hint. Summer fruit aromas follow through on the palate with a hint of spiciness. Medium bodied with a fresh acidity and lingering after taste.
Wine-of-the-month club membership
HOW DOES THE WINE-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB WORK?
It’s simple. Four to five times a year you will receive a 6-bottle case (two each of three different wines) delivered right to your home or office door. Every wine has to pass the Blind Taste Test of our eleven wine experts. On a regular basis these independent panellists taste all the available vintages, in all the different styles and types. Tasting blind, they choose the best wines in each category and an assortment of the winners is set aside for you.
NO COMMITMENT - If you do not wish to receive a quarterly case, you simply let us know. You can also skip deliveries, or cancel at any time.
Because we know you'll enjoy the wines, the savings, and the variety, it is not necessary for us to hold you to any membership term or obligation. If you feel you are not getting the best value for you money, you can cancel your membership at any time!
Price: between 85 and 115 CHF per box, excl. transport.
With every pack you will receive a copy of Good Taste, the official journal of the Wine-of-the-Month Club, a magazine with not only information about wine, but also about South Africa’s best wines, the pleasure of savouring wine and stories about the people who enjoy wine.
OUR EXCLUSIVE WINE POUCH
No more going to a dinner with the bottle in the hand or in a simple plastic bag!
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South Africa, the RainBow Nation
Wine-of-the-Month Club is South Africa’s longest standing and largest wine club.
Started in 1986, long before the days you could buy wine online – our focus is to only sell wine that our EXPERT panel has voted into the prestigious selection of the wines.
Whether you are looking for white wines like chardonnay, chenin blanc or sauvignon blanc or red wines like pinotage, cabernet sauvignon, merlot; or even blends, rose and sparkling wines. Our wine club will give you access to these cultivars and more. Join our wine club today and start discovering great wines at great prices.
Wine-of-the-Month Club: discover and enjoy!
For more information visit www.wineofthemonth.co.za
The Wine-of-the-Month Club tasters are well-known wine-writers, Cape Wine Masters, or wine-show judges. Most important of all, none is employed by wine producers. So each is free to choose the wine he or she deems best — and to make assessments in the best interests of consumers, of the people who drink wine.
Wines are tasted blind, that is, bottles are covered and coded before tasting. So the judges are not influenced by the design of a wine bottle’s label, or the advertising claims made by the producer, or even the reputation of the winemaker. They look for one thing and one thing only. And that is simply quality in the glass