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Platter review: 4.5*
This full bodied wine shows a mineral, chalky character with some mandarin orange and butterscotch on the nose. The rich butterscotch follows on the palate with layers of citrus and toasted almonds, all beautifully held together by a crisp, fresh acidity.
Dishes like eggs benedict, a steak béarnaise. Fine rich fish such as turbot, grilled veal chops with mushrooms, Late summer vegetables such as red peppers, corn, butternut squash and pumpkin.
Offering daily wine tastings and tours, the Groot Constantia Wine Estate has been pleasing tourists and connoisseurs alike since 1685. Patrons can enjoy fine food in addition to the award-winning wine at the estate.
Alcohol 13.2 % Vol
Groot Constantia is the oldest wine estate in South Africa, it is even said a glass of Groot Constantia wine was one of Napoleon's last wishes before he died.
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