Find your favourite South African wine brands

Have you tried a fantastic South African red, white or rosé wine but don't know where to find it? Simply use this handy search tool to find the distributor for all South African wine brands available in the UK.

Contact the company directly to get details of local wine merchants who stock the South African brand of wine you're after, or for more information on where to buy South African wines.

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Barwell & Jones Ltd

Address:
53 Redbridge Lane East, Ilford, Essex, IG4 5EY
Ph:
+44 (0) 208 418 2888
Email:
sales@BarwellandJones.com
Distributes:
Eikendal, Van Zylshof Estate Wines

Berkmann Wine Cellars

Ph:
+44 (0) 207 670 0946
Distributes:
Buitenverwachting, Kanu Wines, Neil Ellis Wines

Berry Bros & Rudd

Ph:
0800 280 2440
Distributes:
Constantia Glen, Aaldering

Beverage Connection

Distributes:
Tangled Tree, Van Loveren
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From Jamie Goode

Jamie Goode

It's hard to travel to Italy and not to fall in love with it. There's something unique about the country, and this extends to its wine regions. One of the appealing factors, I guess, is that Italian wines aren't all that easy to 'get'. They are an acquired taste, and these often end up being the most enduring tastes. The first time you try a Barolo, made from the Nebbiolo grape, you wonder what the appeal is: these wines are often pale in colour, with fierce tannins, and a beguiling mix of savoury flavours as well as some fruit character. And Sangiovese, the grape of Chianti, can be angular and firm in its youth, sometimes verging on rustic. Yet these tastes, initially challenging, can be quite addictive. Italy also has a fabulous range of unique varieties, and from top to toe of this long thin country there's an almost bewildering array of wine regions, each with its own personality. I've mentioned Tuscany and its Sangiovese, and Piedmont and its Nebbiolo. But Piedmont also has Dolcetto, Freisa and Barbera, and then there's the Veneto with Corvina and Rondinella, and Campania with Fiano and Aglianico, Sicily with Nerello Mascalese, Nero d'Avolo and Frappato, and Puglia with its Primitivo (aka Zinfandel). This is just scratching at the surface.

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In Susan's glass

I fell in love with South Africa and the wines a few years ago. The recent MasterChef UK final took me right back to a holiday I had there. They went to the same Game Reserve that we stayed at and we also went to Reuben Riffel's restaurant in Franschhoek the night before my friends wedding - it was great to see Reuben as a guest judge too! Watching that episode seemed like the perfect excuse to open this beautiful bottle of Semillon from Boekenhoutskloof. What a delicious wine! 

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