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Top drinking pleasure from the bottom of Africa

From the most southern vineyards in Africa, Land’s End presents wine lovers with white and red options unique in terms of their origin, delicious as regards their flavour profiles. The grapes are harvested when they are just right, with the winemakers leaning on technology for analysis of the fruit but also relying on their years of experience on the land where the daylight hours are longer than anywhere else on the continent.

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Fall in Love with Du Toitskloof Wines

We enjoyed Tshepang Molisana’s Land’s End review so much that we asked her to do something special for Valentine’s Day - pair three of her favourite movies with three of our lovely wines; our Chenin Blanc 2018, Pinotage Rosé 2018 and Dimension Red Blend 2015.

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Pulled Beef Sandwich paired with Du Toitskloof Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz

For those who haven’t been out to visit the winery in a while; Ou Meul Bakery, our new companion and hearty calorie contributor has been open since August 2018. This year we decided to pair a meal from their menu with a Du Toitskloof wine every month and sat down with Clyde to get some scope for February.

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Prestigious Double Gold for Du Toitskloof at Veritas Awards 2018

Du Toitskloof Red Muscadel 2015 reaps another award this Saturday night at the Veritas Awards, making it one of the most awarded Du Toitskloof wines this year, along with our premium wine; Quest Heroes Journey 1 2012 Bordeaux style blend.

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4 Michelangelo Awards for 2018

Du Toitskloof Cape Ruby moves up a tier from last year's Double Gold medal, coming home with a coveted Platinum medal along with Gold awards for Quest, Land's End and Du Toitskloof Selected Vineyard ranges at this year's Michelangelo Awards.

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Braai is Culture

Many South Africans affectionately call Heritage Day Braai-day. Although some view this as being politically incorrect and a total hi-jacking of the day set aside on which South Africans are encouraged to reflect and celebrate culture and diversity - we think it gives even more colour and juice (make that medium rare please) to the special public holiday.

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First Quarter

We believe in stories. We believe in those who write the stories. It's the words and the actions of others that can often lead to our redemption. The testimony of another's fortune or misfortune.
"Cross the river in a crowd and the crocodile won't eat you," says an old African proverb.
We say let's be the crowd and let us share our stories of togetherness.

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