- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in 80% new French oak and only the best barrels selected for the reserve.
Sharp nose of red fruits. Soft approach on the palate rising to rich cassis and a strawberry finish.
7. Shiraz 2013
Cool fermentation to for gentle extraction. Matured in old French oak. Toasted notes on the nose with blackberry and pepper. Grippy palate with little middle and a fruity finish – a easy drinking Shiraz rather ...
... to challenge this hegemony with the old producers and compete pair by pair with them. This countries include mainly USA (California), Chile (Maipo, Colchagua and Casablanca), Argentina (Mendoza), South Africa (Stellenbosch), Australia and New Zeland.
One of the reasons for this is the discovery of good terroirs (a land with special characteristics for wine production) that made some of the valleys in these countries particularly good for wine ...
... at 8am which in comparison to the last 2 days was a lie in. Mainly by choice of Rich having spent 6 nights in Longstreet, we agreed to move hostel to Ashanti Hostel which was just a 5 minute walk from Longstreet but in a bit nicer area and with much nicer rooms and facilities. So we made use of the fact we had a taxi picking us up then going to Ashanti, to move our luggage for us. I don’t think the remainder of people in the minibus ...
“Oh hello nice to meet you” I somehow managed to say as I sucked my stomach in as far as it would allow me.
Shortly after we were all sent on our way home with our respective families. Since my family and some others lived a little outside of Stellenbosch, my parents took me and two other girls back to Somerset Wes(t). The car was beautiful. You tend to forget what cars even ...
... The outdoor market offered us a chance to meet some of the locals, all of whom were very friendly, and to sample homemade pastries, grilled meats, cheeses, breads, and other foods and to barter for local arts and crafts. There was even a young African man singing operas in Italian! I passed on the 'potatoes-on-a-stick' but tried some samples of local gourmet cheeses and fresh baked breads. Sharon bought a set of ...