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South Africa


South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, and at one time Constantia was considered one of the greatest wines in the world.  Access to international markets has unleashed a burst of new energy and new investment. Production is concentrated around Cape Town, with major vineyard and production centers at Paarl, Stellenbosch and Worcester. There are about 60 appellations within the Wine of Origin (WO) system, which was implemented in 1973 with a hierarchy of designated production regions, districts and wards.  WO wines must be made 100% from grapes from the designated area.  "Single vineyard" wines must come from a defined area of less than 5 hectares. An "Estate Wine" can come from adjacent farms, as long as they are farmed together and wine is produced on site.  A ward is an area with a distinctive soil type and/or climate, and is roughly equivalent to a European appellation.
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Glen Carlou Chardonnay 2008
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Glen Carlou Chardonnay  2008
Wine Spectator -- 88 pts. A ripe, forward, crowd-pleasing style, showing a buttery edge to the pear and fig flavors...
Warwick Three Cape Ladies Simonsberg-Stellenbosch 2012
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Warwick Three Cape Ladies Simonsberg-Stellenbosch  2012
91 points Wine Spectator -- Polished, with dense but rounded tannins framing the ample core of cassis, blackberry and fig paste. Lots of graphite and Lapsang souchong tea notes ripple through the lengthy finish.