Tasting our 2018 vintage with winemaker, Bruwer Raats! Each of our Indaba varietals has a secret component. #RealWine #RealPeople #RealImpact
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James Molesworth’s Recommended Wines From South Africa, “Indaba Chardonnay 2016 – A textbook crowd-pleaser, with pear and creamed green apple notes.”
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Must try recipe! Cape Classics’ Signature Chicken and Braai Rub recipes are perfect additions to spice up your summer!
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“Since I opened the store in 2006, there has never been a more consistently high-quality value like Indaba on our shelves. And that’s why it is still on our shelves to this day.” – Gary Itkin, Founder, Bottlerocket Wine & Spirit
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Indaba Mosaic Red Blend 2017 Cape Winelands receives “Great Value” and 90 point score in The Ultimate Beverage Challenge 2018 Guide to the World’s Best Wines & Spirits.
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The color is a beautiful crystal clear straw color. Very lite and delicate. The aroma brings cut grass and pears to the top. I also find a hint of green grape. The flavor is crisp and fresh with the pear standing out with a touch of spice at the finish. It is a great dry wine with a long enjoyable finish.
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Indaba Wines releases new 3L Bag in Box along with another varietal, Cabernet Sauvignon. Now available in select Massachusetts stores.
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Indaba Chardonnay listed as “Top Values” under James Molesworth’s Recommended Wines from SA in the June 15th issue of Wine Spectator.
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Indaba Mosaic is today’s Wine Spectator “Daily Wine Pick” in the Less than $15 category – 86 points, $12….Direct, with soft cherry pie and blueberry jam flavors backed by a dash of cocoa. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.
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Wine Enthusiast’s July Buying Guide featured Indaba Sauvignon Blanc 2017 – 89 points “Best Buy”…This crisp, clean white offers upfront scents of freshly dried grass, orange peel, lemon custard and fresh mint. The palate shows great balance between the flavors of ripe apple flesh, strawberry hull and bright, citrusy acidity, while the herbal inflections return to accent the medium-length finish. —L.B.
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Indaba Merlot 2016 was yesterday’s Wine Spectator Daily Wine Pick in the “Less than $15 category.” Perfect for all of the holiday parties in your calendar the next two weeks! “Fresh cherry and plum notes are laced with a light anise hint and a dash of sweet toast.” – Wine Spectator
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The Fall 2017 Association Montessori International USA Journal featured an article about the Indaba Education Fund! It is also referenced in the Executive Director’s intro.
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Indaba Chardonnay 2016 – 88 points “Best Value” A textbook crowd-pleaser, this white offers pear and creamed green apple notes, gilded with a light piecrust thread. Ends with a round, easy finish. —J.M.
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Best $15 and Under Wines, 2016 Indaba Western Cape Chenin Blanc($10)Lemon-lime and herb flavors mark this refreshing white.
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Best $15 and Under Wines, 2016 Indaba Western Cape Chenin Blanc($10)Lemon-lime and herb flavors mark this refreshing white.
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Full page advertisements in Time-Out New York magazine!
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This 100% Chenin Blanc from the Western Cape of South Africa can be had for as little as $7. It presents with pleasant and even complex aromas of lime, melon, guava and other tropical fruit plus a little granny smith apple. Tasting this medium-bodied wine reveals a thick and luscious mouthfeel with crisp and clean flavors of zesty citrus and melon, nice minerality and even a bit of spice.
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The time-honored classic snack’s combination of fried corn, cheese, and salt just scream for a nice, crisp wine. The Indaba Chenin Blanc provides a lot of bang for the buck. The high acidity of this white matches well the Cheetos and increases your production of saliva which helps boost your flavor receptors so you never get tired of this salty, cheesy goodness.
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If you want to try out South African wine I suggest these two or if you are up for trying a South African Chenin Blanc, the Indaba 2014 offers good value and good values. A portion of the $12 a bottle price goes towards the Indaba Education Fund, which supports early education for wineland workers’ children.
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These beloved South African wines give love back to the little ones. Fifty cents of every sale of Cape Classics will be donated to the Indaba Education Fund, which supports early childhood development in the Stellenbosch region, the most beloved wine-growing region in South Africa.
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2016 Indaba Western Cape Chenin Blanc ($10): Lemon-lime and herb flavors mark this refreshing white.
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This delicious expression of chardonnay comes from South Africa. The rich, rounded wine is dry yet full of ripe citrus flavors. Tasters pick up faintly floral aromas, and a touch of oak enhances chardonnay’s naturally buttery quality without overwhelming the fruit.
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Chenin Blanc from South Africa. Why not crack open a 2015 Indaba Chenin Blanc, the Cape’s signature white? This intensely flavored and balanced wine offers notes of apple, pear, and tropical fruit would be great with a squash dish featuring quinoa or mushrooms. The list price is a bargain at $12, but I found it online for $7! Not only that, but a portion of sales is donated to a fund for training educators. That’s something to be thankful for.
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Indaba — Not only does Indaba use sustainable farming practices, but the vineyard donates a portion of the sales to support early education for winery workers’ children. The Chenin Blanc ($12) gives off a lovely honeysuckle aroma with a green apple flavor.
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Indaba Wines will feature on South African Airways for a third consecutive year, as announced at the SAA 2017 Wine Listing awards ceremony, held at Spier Wine Estate last week.
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Erna Blancquaert, who will celebrate becoming the first black South African to receive a PhD in viticulture, was our first ever post graduate Indaba scholar.
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“The Indaba wines are routinely among the best inexpensive bottlings from South Africa.” Stephen Tanzer reviews Indaba’s wines on Vinous!
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Indaba Mosaic has made The Wine Merchant Top 100 list in the UK! This is the only wine competition where all of the judges are independent retailers.
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Indaba Chenin Blanc was chosen as one of Snooth’s selections for “Unlikely Wine Pairings: Ethiopian Food”
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Indaba Chenin Blanc made Snooth’s Five Dependable Whites You Can Find (Most) Anywhere list!
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Indaba Chenin Blanc is the February Wine of the Month at Monsters & Critics – “Perfect for the couples month of February and a well rounded feast…For a lighter meal serve this insanely priced (in a great way) South African Chenin Blanc.”
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Indaba Chenin Blanc 2013 has received a bronze medalin the 2015 Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition!
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Indaba Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc will be featured on South African Airways. Chosen as 2 of the 6 large volume selections for global Economy Class, the wines will be served in 2015. 
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Proud wine sponsor of the 8th Annual Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit. A gathering of world-renowned thought leaders and trail-blazing CEOs who cultivate business cultures that support people to learn, grow, and flourish.
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Indaba Sauvignon Blanc 2013 received a Bronze medal in The Dallas Morning News & TEXSOM Wine Competition, one of the largest commercial wine competitions in the US.
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The Huffington Post named Indaba chic wines for spring and summer dining and entertaining. “South Africa has some really good and well priced options. Either of Indaba’s whites can’t go wrong.”
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Indaba Chenin Blanc is a “Top 10 Brunch Wine” via Gayot.com. “A fresh and fruity wine, the 2012 boasts juicy tropical fruit and melon flavors that are likely to enliven any brunch.”
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