A series of recent awards have culminated in the ultimate five star Platter’s Wine Guide 2017 awards for Fleur du Cap’s 2015 Unfiltered Sauvignon Blanc and 2015 Noble Late Harvest. The Guide describes a 5-star wine as ‘Superlative – a Cape Classic’ Only 94 wines were awarded five stars in the 2017 edition by the

Fleur Du Cap received an impressive eight awards at this year’s Veritas Wine Awards including a Double Gold for the Unfiltered Sauvignon Blanc 2015.   Fleur du Cap’s Unfiltered Sauvignon Blanc 2015 achieved a coveted Double Gold Medal, and the Unfiltered Chardonnay 2015 awarded Gold. In addition to this they also received three Silver and

Fleur du Cap’s Unfiltered Pinotage 2014 has been chosen as one of South Africa’s best Pinotages at the 20th annual ABSA Top 10 Pinotage Awards. As part of Fleur du Cap’s Unfiltered range, a superior selection that has been produced for nearly two decades, the Unfiltered Pinotage 2014 perfectly epitomises the winemakers’ efforts to showcase

Fleur du Cap has made the cut as a top South African Cabernet Sauvignon with a rating of 90 points in the 2016 Prescient Cabernet Sauvignon Report. Shooting the lights out with its top tier ranking, Fleur du Cap Unfiltered Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 was one of 12 wines rated 90 points or more.

Appreciating an ultra-elegant, richly layered Chardonnay in the company of wine lovers is what memories are made of, and Fleur du Cap Unfiltered Chardonnay 2015 certainly fits the bill. This wine literally bursts with flavour unlocked from slow ripening, well nurtured grapes from hand-selected parcels of vines grown in Stellenbosch.

Celebrate Easter in true Cape style by cherishing the age old tradition of making your own picked fish and pairing it with Fleur du Cap Chenin Blanc, a wine made from one of the oldest and most planted grape varieties in South Africa. If you don’t have a treasured family recipe, salt aficionado, chef Craig

Fleur du Cap winemaker team

Fleur du Cap has a brand new wine-making team at Die Bergkelder with new cellarmaster Wim Truter at the helm. He is supported by red winemaker, Pieter Badenhorst, Kristin Basson tasked with the white wines, and Annelie Viljoen who is in charge of the vineyards.

Four Fleur du Cap wines, including the much lauded Noble Late Harvest, have broken the venerable 90-point barrier in Tim Atkin’s 2015 South African Wine Report. With a score of 94/100, the Fleur du Cap Noble Late Harvest 2012 has shown remarkable consistency as one of South Africa’s top

Fleur du Cap has extended its off-dry selection with the release of the first blushing Natural Light Rosé – ideal for summer picnics. A partner to the ever popular Fleur du Cap Natural Light Chenin Blanc, this light hearted Rosé combines the freshness of a low alcohol Chenin Blanc with just a hint of Pinotage.

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