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Saronsberg Viognier 2017

Saronsberg are known for their Shiraz, but they don’t half make a mean Viognier as well. Doesn’t have the floral smell that the Lourensford Viognier brings, but with the benefit of a bit of aging, this wine is mellow and fun to be around. I was going to say “like me”, but I’m temporarily drinking […]

Saronsberg Seismic Rooi 2014

Shiraz masters Saronsberg’s storm into the market (a few years ago, but I only just caught up) with an award winning, all five grapes, Cab strong Bordeaux style blend. Smooth and stylish but lacking the kind of X Factor that creases Simon Cowell’s Botox and fattens his wallet.

Saronsberg Full Circle 2008

Just like my wife, this wine is way too good for me (and I probably don’t understand it as well I’d like). So instead of irreverent write-ups, here’s the stats: Decanter Gold 2011, SA Top 100 Wine, Veritas 2010 Gold, Gold Medal Michealangelo 2010. 83% Shiraz, 8% Grenache, 5% Mouvedre, 4% Viognier.