To have been nominated in the first place was a fantastic acknowledgement of how we’ve managed to establish ourselves as a serious player within for a sector which is becoming more and more competitive, vintage after vintage as consumers and critics alike start to sit up and take notice of South African wine.
So we’re delighted to share with you that Museum Wines were named as the one of the country’s leading specialists of South African wine alongside Kensington based Handford Wines, whose employee roster boasts South Africa’s first ever Master of Wine Greg Sherwood as their buyer.
Tim Atkin, a vociferous voice in championing South African wine, stated in his annual report that “the best Cape wines are world class and outstanding value for money” – we couldn’t agree more. South Africa consistently delivers above its price point and if you’re yet to discover them yourself we’ve put together a carefully selected mixed case of six bottles or you can save yourself 10% by ordering twelve bottles (two of each) made up of some of Tim’s top picks alongside some of our favourites. In the case you’ll get:
Uva Mira, Sing-a-Wing, Sauvignon Blanc, Stellenbosch, 2018
Haut Espoir, Cloudfall, Franschhoek, 2016
The Garajeest, Jim Semillon, Elgin, 2016
Natte Valleij, Cinsault, Simonsberg-Paarl, 2017
Holden Manz, Visionaire, Franschhoek, 2013
Moreson, Pinotage, Stellenbosch, 2015
All you need to do to get your South African wine safari box is click the relevant button below and it’ll be with you in a few days. What’s more is that it also qualifies for our free delivery offer so shipping is on us!