Cape Memories – Enjoying wine the easy way
Simply enjoying wine in a light-hearted way – the three creations of the Cape Memories line are made for this. Whether as an uncomplicated easy-drinking wine for wine connoisseurs or as an introduction to wine culture for the curious who still want to discover the world of wine for themselves: Cape Memories wines are simply perfect for enjoying a glass of wine with good friends – and at an extremely good price-pleasure relationship. Affordable prices do not mean less quality, of course, because the three wines were made by experienced winemakers with the utmost care. The result: South African wines for everyday enjoyment that are as delicious as they are uncomplicated.
Cape Memories – perfect for social gatherings
There is a wine to suit every palate and taste. If you like white wine, you should definitely try the White Blend, because it is fresh and fruity with tropical notes. The Rosé, made from South Africa's national grape Pinotage, delights with great strawberry notes and the Red Blend, which mainly consists of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, is beautifully fruity and soft – just the thing for anyone who still wants to become a red wine fan. Thanks to their uncomplicated character, they are the ideal companions to end a day in a relaxed way. Speaking of company: By the way, the Cape Memories wines are perfect to serve to guests at the next party or to enjoy in a convivial round with friends.
Cape Memories – Enjoy wine and dream of Cape Town
Enjoying South African wine and indulging in holiday memories – nothing could be easier with the wines of the Cape Memories line. And that in the truest sense of the word. The collection captures the lightness, the carefreeness and the attitude to life in Cape Town in such an inimitable way that you can immediately dream yourself to the Cape with them. From the colourful beach houses of Muizenberg Beach to the Table Mountain railway with its breathtaking view to the vastness of the ocean: the lovingly and beautifully illustrated labels are not only eye-catching, they immediately transport us back to the Cape and the beautiful Winelands.