PA3 cordially invites you to
Wines of South Africa
Saturday, October 8, 2022
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm.
South Africa is one of the world's top 10 wine-producing countries. High quality South African wines are often sold at very reasonable prices, so they can be much more affordable than wines from other areas of the world. Wine came to South Africa with Dutch traders in the 1600s, although the wines
didn't enter the international markets until the Mid 1990’s when the Apartheid system ended and the International trade sanction were lifted. Today, about 70 percent of the grapes grown in South Africa go to wine production. Most of South Africa's wine regions are located in the Southwestern part of the
country, known as Western Cape.
As always, our sommelier Sebastian Koncurat with lead the tasting and will enlighten us about wine production in South Africa.
We will be tasting two reds and two whites, which may be ordered from Public Wines. The cost for the four wines is $82.
For Zoom instructions, RSVP with affiliation by October 4 to Mo Chen ’80 at email@example.com.
Public Wines is able to deliver locally and to ship out of town. Please call or email wine consultant Sebastian at the shop for details: 609 924 0750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
STORM POINT CHENIN BLANC 2021 - W.O SWARTLAND: Pont l'Eveque - Cow milk based cheese, soft, from Normandy, France
NEIL ELLIS WHITEHALL CHARDONNAY 2018 - ELGIN VALLEY W.O.: Leyden. Cow milk cheese flavored with cumin, semi-firm, Pasteurized, Netherlands.
BEESLAAR, PINOTAGE TAJ 2020- SWARTLAND W.O.: Beemster Goat. Pasteurized cheese. Firm texture. Netherlands
KLEIN CONSTANTIA ESTATE RED BLEND - COASTAL REGION: Ewephoria. Sheep milk based cheese, hard texture. Pasteurized
You may order a cheese plate from Olsons here