South Africa probably has the strongest history among New World wines. As early as the 17th Century his Crus de Constantia were served on the tables of European monarchs. Since the end of Apartheid, the South African Vineyard has returned in strength and has become one of the great wine regions of the new world. 130,000 hectares spread over 5 regions and about 20 districts: Swartland, Tulbagh, Paarl, Stellenbosch (production flagship), Cap Point (Constantia) ... A Mediterranean climate where develop the best grappes varietals, Sauvignon, Sémillon, Chardonnay white, Syrah, Cabernet-Sauvignon and the emblematic grape variety Pinotage en Rouge.
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- South Africa - Sweet wine
Constance wine is a sweet dessert wine produced in South Africa by the famous winery Klein Constantia. The 2015 vintage is the first vintage vinified in the new winery specially created with equipment dedicated to the production of Vin de Constance. This harvest marked the first year of the 3 year long drought in Cape Town, resulting in the first harvest...19/20