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A feast of food and wine with live entertainment by Zest Music: classic and modern hits   Bring in the New Year in the enchanting atmosphere of the Nederburg wine farm in Paarl, as a fabulous feast unfolds under a bright African summer sky. With its historic meets modern day vibe…and sparkling wine aplenty, The Red Table restaurant, situated in Nederburg’s elegant manor house, will be serving up a celebratory candlelight array of delicious food  matched with award-winning wines from across the winery’s multi-tiered range.

The 2004 vintage of Nederburg’s Private Bin S316 Weisser Riesling Noble Late Harvest has won the 2018 Six Nations Wine Challenge trophy in Sydney, Australia, for the best dessert wine.   “Made entirely from Weisser Riesling grapes affected by botrytis cineria (noble rot) – a very rare occurrence – this straw-yellow wine is truly exceptional!  I do believe that this is one of the very best noble late harvest wines Nederburg has ever made,” says Andrea Freeborough, Nederburg’s cellar-master.

With The Love of Winemaking at The Heart

  Craving a deliciously crisp yet creamy-textured Sauvignon blanc that’s a superb match with fresh seafood with a hint of spice? Nederburg’s Heritage Heroes The Young Airhawk barrel-fermented Sauvignon Blanc of the 2016 vintage, awarded a gold medal at the prestigious The Drinks Business Global Sauvignon Blanc Masters 2017 competition, is an excellent choice, according to Nederburg white-wine maker, Elmarie Botes. [caption id="attachment_17214" align="aligncenter" width="591"] Nederburg white-wine maker, Elmarie Botes.[/caption]

NEDERBURG’S THE WOOD DIARIES: A ‘SMOKY’ WINTER EXPERIENCE

A few weeks ago I was part of a small group that experienced an intimate late afternoon event at Nederburg in Paarl to learning about the intricacies and skill associated with not only the ageing of wine in oak, but also the blending of a number of wines matured using different types of oak and ageing techniques, into one beautifully balanced blend.