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South African Wine for Women's Day?

Posted by CyberCellar wine, Aug 5, 2011.

Seeing as it's Women's Day on Tuesday, we thought it'd be nice to get some South African wine recomendations to celebrate with. Our pick is:

Warwick Estate Three Cape Ladies 2008 This blend brings the best of Pinotage to the classic French varieties with a full on the palate with a sweetness on the finish.

Any other recomendations?


Reply by Kirsy, Aug 5, 2011.

Love this idea! Highly recommende the Delheim Pinotage Rose,  is a deicious wine and is also part of Sustainable Wines South Africa group, so is a win win.

Reply by spikedc, Aug 5, 2011.

A few i've tried and really enjoyed......

Boschendal 1685 Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

Boschendal Cecil John Reserve Shiraz 2008

Boschendal Chenin Blanc

Bellingham 'The Bernard Series' Old Vine Chenin Blanc 2009

Bellingham Chardonnay with a splash of Viognier


Reply by GregT, Aug 5, 2011.

Women's Day???

As always, much depends on the relationship and the person.  I guess "The Bitch" Grenache, or "Royal Bitch", or "Big Ass Chard" might work, or if things are different, a Honey Wine. Or in a wierd way, Donhoff Hermannshöhle but I'm leaving that alone.

For Pet's Day, I'd go with Dogfish Ale.

For Men's Day, I'd go with "Fat Bastard" or "Broke Ass Wine", or depending on certain things, "Fifth Leg".

For Reptile and Amphibian Day, I'd go with "Arrogant Frog".

For Fun Times Day I'd go with "Naked on Roller Skates" wine.

For Urologist's Day I'd go with "Pinot Evil".

For Most People's Day I'd go with "Stu Pidasso" wine.

And then for a Port-style wine to finish, I'd go with "USB Wine".

Whoops!  I don't know how many are S. African.  But then, I'm kind of curious as to what that has to do with women?

Reply by dmcker, Aug 6, 2011.

Greg, I thought 'USB Wine', for the porting, should be for IT Geek Day?

I, too, was wondering just what 'women's day' is. Seems there are a number of countries in central and western Asia, and Africa, where it might be more needed....

Reply by dziedzic143, Aug 6, 2011.

I tried my first cabernet pinotage from Sebeka's Winery (South Africa) per a Manitowich Waters sommelier's recommendation and what a pleasant surprise; nice taste and great value.

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