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St Crusade Brandy

V.S.O.P. Imported Brandy – The Connoisseur’s Choice

Years of perfecting the art of brandy blending have resulted in a spirit of unsurpassed richness, flavour and aroma, with a distinct ‘cognac’ aromatic character.This fully imported fine brandy spirit manufactured to rigorous standards, bringing a full bodied, rich, mature flavour.

Serving Suggestion

St Crusade Fine Imported Brandy is best enjoyed after dinner without any mixer to fully appreciate its complex characters.

Wanderers Whiskey

Platinum Label Whiskey

The art of Whiskey perfection is embodied in this blend of natural ingredients resulting in a fusion of un-equalled smoothness, distinctive smokey & bold, malted aromatic character. This fully imported fine Whiskey spirit is manufactured according to historic distiller’s secrets, bringing a distinctive, rich, unmistakable flavour.

Serving Suggestion

Wanderers Whisky can be served neat or on ice to truly enjoy its most amazing bold, malted characters.

St James Court Gin

London Dry Gin

A fine crystal spirit infused with the exotic flavours of juniper, citrus, angelica & coriander, St James Court Gin is expertly crafted to the original age old ‘London Dry’ recipe ensuring a subtle, dry finish. This fully imported superior gin spirit manufactured to ancient standards is lingering, dry & enticing.

Serving Suggestion

St James Court Gin is best served with a mixer, especially tonic with a dash of aromatic bitters & a slice of lemon to enhance the lingering flavours & aroma.

Maracuja Cream Liqueur

The Ultimate Passion Fruit Cream

This exotic blend of wild fruit and fine spirit makes Maracuja the choice drink of the wild at heart. Maracuja captures the imagination with its fruity, subtle, lingering aftertaste & smooth creamy aromas.

Serving Suggestion

Maracuja Cream Liqueur should be kept chilled and served over crushed ice or in your favourite cocktail.

Victory Cuvée Brut

Wine Making

Chenin blanc grapes were selected for this Brut Sparkling wine. The grapes were harvested when the flavours for sparkling wine were optimum. The grapes were harvested at a higher acidity with fresh fruit and not too ripe flavours. Wine was made on the traditional way by fermenting at very low temperatures (13°C) until dry. Extended lees contact allows for complexity on the palate and a long mouth feel. CO2 gas is added at bottling to ensure a fine, well integrated sparkle.

Tasting Note

This Brut sparkling white wine shows lovely pear flavours on the nose and layered with hints of honey suckle. The crisp acidity leaves a lingering aftertaste when the bubbles melt in your mouth.

Victory Nectar Sparkling Wine

Wine Making

Chenin blanc grapes selected for this sweeter Sparkling wine. The grapes were harvested when the flavours for sparkling wine were optimum. The grapes were harvested at a higher acidity with fresh fruit and not too ripe flavours. Wine was made on the traditional way by fermenting at very low temperatures (13°C) until dry. Extended lees contact allows for complexity on the palate and a long mouth feel. Natural grape concentrate used to attain sweetness of the wine. CO2 gas is added at bottling to ensure a fine, well integrated sparkle.

Tasting Note

This sparkling white wine shows tinned guava flavours on the nose with distinct notes of creamed honey and fudge. It has a lovely freshness to it and fills your mouth with complexity.

Victory Sparkling Rose

Wine Making

Mostly Shiraz and Merlot grapes were used for this Rosè base wine. The grapes were selected based on their fruit expression. To make a superb Rosè wine, the red grapes should be treated as white grapes with a little skin contact; and you will be ensured of a lovely light pink colour. The wine is fermented dry at low temperatures (13 – 15°C). CO2 gas is added at bottling to ensure a fine, well integrated bubble.

Tasting Note

This lovely Rosè sparkling wine bursts with raspberry and strawberry flavours on the nose supported by a slight spice behind the fruit. The bubbles melt in your mouth like candyfloss and finishes off with a creamy texture.

Camel Rock Red Wine

Camel Rock red blend still wine.

Viticulture

The grapes for this wine came from a 12 year old Cabernet Sauvignon block, 11 year old Merlot block and a 9 year old Pinotage block planted in rich well drained Swartland & Glenrosa soil types.

Wine Making

The wine is made from a balance of fine quality Cab- ernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinotage grapes and treated for 5 months in French Oak barrels.

Tasting Note

Has soft smooth berry ripeness. The wine has a delicious juicy middle palate with no evidence of excessive sharpness or tannins.

Camel Rock Cabernet

Viticulture

The grapes for this wine came from twenty year old vines planted in loamy soils. The trellised and drip-irrigated vineyard is established on West-Southwest facing slopes. Good canopy management during the vital growing season allows the berries to ripen to their full potential.

Wine Making

The wine underwent malolactic fermentation in French Oak barrels and was then left for a further five months in the barrel.

Tasting Note

Deep mulberry and ruby hues, black currant, cassis and spices, from five months in wood. Palate sweetish and dense richly textured. Good supple dry tannins.

Camel Rock Pinotage

Viticulture

The grapes selected for this wine came from both trellised and bush vines planted in several soil types. Good canopy management during vital growing season allows the berries to ripen to their full potensial.

Wine Making

The grapes were fermented dry on the skins and underwent aging in new French Oak barrels for six months.

Tasting Note

Dark ruby colour, ripe plums, cherries, chocolate and a slight scent of dried banana. Dry supple tannins add to silky mouth-feel, black cherries on smooth exit.