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From the June 11 Vintages release in Ontario, I found a number of interesting red wines from Spain and France, and a unique rosé from South Africa. The Spanish wines include a 2011 Mencia from Bierzo, and three Tempranillo-based wines: a 2005 Ribera del Duero, a 2012 Costers del Segre and a 2010 Rioja. The

From the June 11 Vintages release in Ontario, I found a number of interesting red wines from Spain and France, and a unique rosé from South Africa. The Spanish wines.

Our latest Sauvignon Blanc review, Resident Master Sommelier, Catherine Fallis, visits Stellenbosch, South Africa and has a look at the '12 Rustenberg.

Our latest Sauvignon Blanc review, Resident Master Sommelier, Catherine Fallis, visits Stellenbosch, South Africa and has a look at the '12 Rustenberg.

"I absolutely loved this wine, loved its raw brooding power and rich complex taste"

"I absolutely loved this wine, loved its raw brooding power and rich complex taste"

Rustenberg

Rustenberg

Rustenberg’s own Murray Barlow was recently interviewed by USA’s James Nokes about the Estate, working in the family business and why you should drink South African wines.

Uncorked: Rustenberg embraces unique terroir of South Africa

Wine Tasting in Stellenbosch - South Africa | Rustenberg Wine Estate

All the info about Wine tasting at Rustenberg Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, South Africa

The wines of Rustenberg, Stellenbosch, South Africa

The wines of Rustenberg, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Rustenberg receives glowing reviews in Wine Advocate

Enter the gates of Rustenberg with a sense of anticipation.

Rustenberg John X Merriman 2011. Unfortunately no pictures of the decanting as we just couldn't wait to drink it! First pin is a huge wine from Stellenbosch, SA. Not the first time I've had it having met the chief vintner Murray Barlow. Powerful, blackcurrant, cassis, cigar box, enormous finish. Yum yum

Rustenberg John X Merriman 2011. Unfortunately no pictures of the decanting as we just couldn't wait to drink it! First pin is a huge wine from Stellenbosch, SA. Not the first time I've had it having met the chief vintner Murray Barlow. Powerful, blackcurrant, cassis, cigar box, enormous finish. Yum yum


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