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Seven Springs Vineyard appears in Swedish travel article

Details of our tasting room experience, and those of our neighbours Ataraxia and La Vierge, have been published on the Swedish wine travel website vinjournalen.se. You can read the full article if you follow the link below. Although it is published in Swedish you can translate the article easily into English. https://www.vinjournalen.se/vin-fakta/cape-south-coast-din-insider-guide-till-en-vinregionen-pa-den-sodra-kusten-av-kapprovinsen/ Below is our […]

Cooler Climate Wines – by Vigneron Gus Dale

To understand what is meant by Cool Climate wines it is important to understand how the vine functions and how this affects the quality of the grapes (and therefore, the subsequent wines). At the end of autumn the vines send their sugar reserves back down to the rootstock for the subsequent season. In the process, […]

Angela Lloyd –

Angela Lloyd writes about Seven Springs “Progress since I last tasted these wines, especially in the Sauvignon Blanc and two reds, is most encouraging…” Angela Lloyd – A journey into wine

New review from Wine Pages

This is the latest review of our wines from leading UK wine writer Tom Cannavan. Writing in his Wine Pages website, Tom tasted our wines in September. This is what he wrote. Wine Pages review 2017

Pinot Noir 2014

  International Wine & Spirits Challenge 2017 – BRONZE   Tasting Notes As the vineyards show more maturity so does the wine. The 2014 has a soft and supple palate and is medium bodied, with light and pure fruit characters. Garnet in colour, the wine offers opulent aromas of strawberries and dark cherries and hints […]

Nederburg Auction Chardonnay

  Proud to let everyone know that our 2013 Chardonnay has been selected for this years Nederburg Auction on  the 16th and 17th September. There will be 5 cases of this wine for sale at a reserve price of 900.00 South African Rand per case. This is one of the worlds 5 major wine auctions and this […]

Wine of the Week Joanna Simon

A review from leading UK wine writer, Joanna Simon “There are times when only Chardonnay will do as far as I’m concerned. Sauvignon Blanc is there when you need a brilliant espresso-like boost, but good Chardonnay is there for you all the time – when you’re tucking into lemon- and herb-roasted chicken, seared scallops or […]

Chardonnay 2012 (Oaked)

Tasting Notes This delicate, barrel-fermented Chardonnay has a bright, golden colour in the glass. On the ‘nose’ your senses will be filled with subtle aromas of citrus, honeysuckle and jasmine combined with a pleasant nuttiness and buttered brioche. It is elegant and smooth on the palate showing great integration of the oak and fruit on […]