New Beginnings

+27214265037 P.O. Box 51869 Waterfront
Cape Town, 8002
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New Beginnings “From vineyard workers to vineyard owners.” The first Black Economic Empowerment winery since 1996 with wines made from grapes grown on the workers’ own land since 1998. The New Beginnings brand is market driven and aim for medium to premium level wines while retaining excellent price to quality ratios. – Description from Antoine2

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  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • In the Bay Area and in the greater LA area, the choices are pretty huge, but that doesn't mean everything is easily available--more on that below. BevMo is headquartered here, and its ancestry can be traced back to the beginnings of a wine program at CostPlus and to Safeway's launch of Liquor Barn.  Short version is that Steve Boone more or less... Read More

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  • Paso Robles Trip Notes: West of PasoThis was a trip my wife and I had planned with another couple months in advance. None of us had spent any time in Paso before, and the anticipation was very high indeed. It seemed the more I read about the area and its wine scene, the more I gained the impression that the West side of town (from just north of ... Read More

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  • My wife and I started New Beginnings for All last year, which is a non-profit social service agency in Columbus Indiana and are going to have a  community public garden. We have some grape vines with a structure that was built for them to grow on and we would like to do so. I was wondering if there was someone who could look at some pictures of ... Read More

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  • Michael and David Phillips Lust Zinfandel 2007


    This wine becomes a grand wine at two hours, but it doesn't show what's in store at the start. A thin nose opens with not-so-complex whiffs of candies, wintergreen and mint, followed with muted notes of dark berries and raisins. After two hours, new aromas emerge to make for a greater complexity and stronger nose. Vanilla, chocolate and tobac... Read More

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  • You can visit this link to get yourself registered, peruse the catalog for what I think are some good values, and pool your resources with your friends to take advantage of the market as it be for something a bit higher on the food chain than what you may be used to.Or, for some of us, pay less for what you have become accustomed to ;).www.morre... Read More

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  • Quote from Jancis Robinson - is her address to the Wine Communicators of Australia [formerly Wine Press Club - ie Journos and Wine WritersAt the risk of subjective editing here is some grabs"Anyone can get on-line and pontificate about wine"In response to questions around the impact of on-line sites, logs, tweeters and other new age communicatio... Read More

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  • If you couldn't tell from my recent posts, cabin fever is setting in.  Soon two really great seasons intersect in the midwest:  the time to hunt wild turkeys and the time to gather wild morel mushrooms.  The breast of a wild turkey is substantial and can be prepared quite a few different ways, but the legs of a wild turkey get quite a bit of exe... Read More

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  • Graham Porto Finest Reserve Port 1970


    After a night of wonderful cuisine, good conversation and a fire on a cold ... ... the new year, new decade and new beginnings!!!!This port did not disappoint. On the contrary, as apprehensive as we were since it was a 40 year old port, there were smiles all around and we drank till we were satisfied. Tonight we developed an evengelical ferv... Read More

    Wine review by pwmulcahy

  • Adanti is both one of the historic producers of Sagrantino di Montefalco, as well as one of the largest.  With 32 hectares (about 80 acres) under vine and a lineage that reaches back to the 1960’s, which is quite long for the region, they are poised to become major players in the Sagrantino scene. The wines of Adanti strike me as particularly ma... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts- Sagrantino di Montefalco

  • We live in the far South West of England, a long way from the usual cross Channel ports such as Dover. We do however, have a local ferry operator out of Plymouth which gives the choice of 2 routes to Europe. One to Roscoff in Brittany and the other Santander in Spain. Also you can choose to combine these for a round trip, in by one port and out ... Read More

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