Wine Cellar (South Africa)
Wine Cellar - Fine Wine Merchants and Cellarers – is one of South Africa's leading online merchants and importers of fine wine. While we specialise in the wines of France, Italy, Spain and elsewhere, we also offer fine local wines that are pushing the boundaries. We offer nationwide delivery as well as specialised wine storage and exclusive tastings.
For more information, visit www.winecellar.co.za.
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Hi, I am an accidental wine enthusiast. As part of a major remodeling project including our family room I revived my interest and enjoyment of wine. Our family room was redone using dark hickory planking and the room has a short wall next to our fireplace. This wall has always presented a challenge to make use of the space. I researched and sear... Read More
Hey Guys! I’ve been mostly a beer/liquor drinker and need help navigating through the world of wine. My goal is to try everything once to find out what I like. Walking up and down the wine section of the local liquor stores and seeing all the selections is a bit overwhelming. I was hoping some of you guys could help guide me through this jour... Read More
Pinot has been a much celebrated topic here on Snooth over the years I've participated, and it's obviously one of the more celebrated grapes in the wine world. It'll no doubt be a story line I plan on focusing on in years to come so I thought I'd start a thread, logging experiences. Sorry in advance, Greg T.Having said that, I've been mostly dis... Read More
Hello:A bit of a long question, I apologize. I'm trying to train my palate and learn blind tasting by assembling groups of 100% varietal wines that are (supposedly) true representative.Right now I want to assemble a group of wines that will illustrate how to differentiate Argentine Malbec from Carmenere, and pick out similar wines. I don't even ... Read More
My family and I are brand new to wines, having bought a couple of books and deciding to make a bit of an adventure out of this. We live in a smallish town and haven't been able to find a good local wine shop, so we sort of started in our grocery stores. It's been a bit overwhelming, a bit expensive, and finally kind of frustrating trying to find... Read More
Well most everyone has received their wines and have had them resting for a while. Unfortunately, we had a few shipping issues along the way, but all in all I think we did pretty good. Foxall is the only one not to have received anything yet, while Shi's SS wasn't heard from, but luckily an elf stepped in and sent her some wine. Finally, it look... Read More
I heard somewhere that white wines should be stored at the bottom of the home wine rack rather than at the top. Supposedly whites like it cooler (the old heat rises, cold falls theory), Now I know that wine's enemy is heat and changing temperatures, My wine rack is a 44 bottle system which stands about 4 feet high and I do keep the whites on the... Read More
I'm thinking it would be nice to get as many of you together as possible in one place for a dinner. Is that even feasible?I would prefer NYC of course, it's local for me, but more to the point I can bring a ton of wine to dinner easily.If this is support for the idea maybe we can begin to throw around some dates? Read More
I have a coffee shop buddy with whom I mostly talk about auto racing (he used to drive Formula Fords and Sports 2000s) who asked me an interesting question the other day that I am going to pass along. Does wine production, mostly, I suspect, the fermentaiton process, create carbon dioxide?It seems to me that it does, but is it significant? I h... Read More
I'm planning on being in Napa on Wednesday the 25th and will probably visit at least two wineries while there. Anyone care to meet up, just let me know.My first priority seems to be Outpost Winery, though there are a few others I'm considering, I'll probably start at Outpost at 2pm if they can accommodate. Read More