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Bottega, by Profumi D'Italia

Bottega, by Profumi D'Italia

Profumi D’Italia imports a range of superior quality products from Italy, including a spectrum of exquisite-tasting Flavoured Grappa and Prosecco sparkling wines and as well as a range of superior organic foods. Their premium, superior quality brands of Bottega, Alexander and Terre di San Giorgio are distributed through restaurants, hotels, delicatessens and retail stores nationally around South Africa
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Four Secrets

Four Secrets

Sourced over four vintages, each vintage brings its own secret to this deep purple Shiraz. An intriguing peppery scent with hints of herbs unfolds into dark flavours of liquorice and blackcurrant.
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J.C. Le Roux

J.C. Le Roux

J.C. Le Roux, the first cellar devoted solely to the production of sparkling wine in South Africa, is located in the heart of Devon Valley Stellenbosch.
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Plaisir de Merle

Plaisir de Merle

Situated on the east and northeast facing slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain, Plaisir de Merle's terroir with wet winters, moderate summers and perfectly suited soils provide the ideal growing conditions for our noble cultivars. The resulting classic red and white wines preserve a memory of the soil and the vines from which they come.
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An elegant and distinctive Méthode Cap Classique, Pongracz is inspired by a nobleman and refugee from the hungarian uprising, Desiderius Pongracz, whose sheer genius and vision revitalised viticulture in South Africa's Cape Province.
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