Benguela Cove debunked the belief that cool climate wine regions are only best suited to Pinot Noir and white cultivars and shined with two National Champions on the podium for their Cabernet Sauvignon and the Merlot.
"I get plums … red maraschino cherries … nuances of English leather with a hint of mocha…"
We need to build a vocabulary of smells and aromas when we cook, travel, dine out, or go for a walk in the mountains. Nature has all these little libraries of smells that can help you in your pursuit to become a good taster. And trust me; it is fun and a continuous learning process.
Get Curried Away This Winter. I find wine and curry combinations both exciting and challenging. Feel free to explore and experiment, but there are some golden rules when pairing wine with curry…
9 April 2019: The long-awaited SA 2019 Platters five-star achiever, Benguela Cove Catalina Semillon 2017, was launched with great fanfare at the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate this past weekend. Following suit was the estate’s new artisan range, Vinography, sharing the platform with the estate’s latest vintage releases. The tasting was ruled by a distinguished 2017 vintage, the year in which the wine cellar was completed, celebrating a huge milestone for Benguela Cove.