South Africa

South Africa

Shop the best South African Wines

At the convergence of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans sits a wine-producing nation with powerful Bordeaux- and Rhone-style blends, white wines as focused and expressive as any in New Zealand, value-driven Cabernet, Malbec, and Merlot to rival the best of South America, and yet a heartbeat and a character all its own.

Now free from the economic sanctions in place during apartheid, South Africa's wine industry has risen to greatness both in the quality of exported wine and as a leader in socially-responsible farming and business. Now that high-quality South African wines are more available stateside than ever, it’s time to try one!

View as Grid List

Items 1-15 of 51

Set Ascending Direction
Narrow Your Search
Shopping Options
Wine Type
  1. Table Wine 49items
  2. Sparkling Wine 2items
Package Size
  1. 750 ml. 50items
  2. 3.0 L. 1item
  1. 2010 1item
  2. 2012 2items
  3. 2013 4items
  4. 2014 2items
  5. 2015 6items
  6. 2016 6items
  7. 2017 6items
  8. 2018 9items
  9. 2019 8items
  10. 2020 7items
  1. The Dollar Sale: Double Up for a Buck!™Buy one bottle at regular price, get a second identical bottle for just ONE DOLLAR!
    Double Up for a Buck!™? If an item is on Double Up for Buck, when you buy in multiples of two, you'll get the second bottle for just $1!
    • The items must be identical
    • Items must be purchased in multiples of two for the discount to appear at checkout.

    net $8.00 each when you buy two!

  2. Compare at $14.99 $9.99

    You save: $5.00 (33%)

  3. Compare at $15.99 $8.99

    You save: $7.00 (44%)

  4. Compare at $14.99 $8.77

    You save: $6.22 (41%)

  5. Paul Cluver Estate Chardonnay

    2017 / 750 ml. | Item#43610

    VN8989 pts. - Vinous - Nov 2019
    The 2017 Estate Chardonnay is 100% wild-fermented and matured for nine months in 30% new oak. It offers tropical fruit (passion fruit, guava and pineapple) on the nose, while managing to retain fine delineation. The palate is well balanced, the tropical theme continuing with an easygoing, punter-friendly finish.
    Wine Grapes

    Primary Grape: Chardonnay | All Grapes: Chardonnay

    Limited Inventory

    10 items or less in stock. We will confirm your order by email.


    Only $16.19 each when you buy a solid or mixed case

  6. Compare at $9.99 $7.99

    You save: $2.00 (20%)

  7. Compare at $9.99 $8.99

    You save: $1.00 (10%)

  8. Compare at $9.99 $7.99

    You save: $2.00 (20%)

  9. Compare at $39.99 $26.99

    You save: $13.00 (33%)

  10. Compare at $16.99 $9.99

    You save: $7.00 (41%)

  11. Compare at $9.99 $8.99

    You save: $1.00 (10%)

  12. Compare at $12.99 $8.99

    You save: $4.00 (31%)

  13. Compare at $9.99 $8.99

    You save: $1.00 (10%)

  14. Compare at $9.99 $4.99

    You save: $5.00 (50%)

  15. The Chocolate Block

    2019 / 750 ml. | Item#28446

    RP90+90+ pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 28th May 2021
    Made from a blend of 71% Syrah, 11% Grenache, 9% Cinsault, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Viognier, the 2019 Chocolate Block begins with a broad, juicy nose of spiced plum, blackberry compote, fresh cracked black peppercorn, dusty purple flowers and hints of baking spices. Medium to full-bodied, the wine initially expresses fresh, ripe and juicy dark fruit tones with an undercurrent of black and red spice before firm tannins grip the gumline. The wine concludes with a dusty and spicy finish and a lingering tannic edge. The wine spent 13 to 16 months in barrels before being blended. Almost 250,000 bottles were filled.
    VN8888 pts. - Vinous - Apr 2021
    The 2019 Chocolate Block underwent whole-berry ferment in concrete and stainless steel. It has a lifted bouquet of mint-tinged blackberry and raspberry fruit plus light licorice notes. The palate is grippy on the entry. A spicy and peppery Chocolate Block with just a little reduction toward the finish, which feels a little drier than usual (though a second bottle showed more flesh).
    Wine Grapes

    Primary Grape: Shiraz | All Grapes: 71% Syrah

    Compare at $39.99 $34.99

    You save: $5.00 (13%)

per page