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Friday, June 26, 2009

Roar Africa Wine Club - Select South African wines on your doorstep

In January 2009, The New York Times ran an article “South African Wine Steps on to the Stage”. Eric Asimov

"FORGIVE me if I’m excited, but I can’t help it. I want to tell you straight out that South Africa, of all places, is one of the greatest sources for moderately priced cabernet sauvignon on the planet today. " Eric Asimov

We are excited too. As you may know, Roar Africa’s passion is driven out of a desire to unearth finite experiences, be it of wildlife, the Cape, the Karoo or of the finest single vineyard fruit. We know that only then can a great experience be produced and ultimately savored. Such unique experiences are meticulously selected by us with the help of our specialists.

Following the huge success of our exclusive Behind the Scenes wine tours with Cape based wine producer Richard Hilton, we have decided to offer our clients a selection of the Cape’s finest and most sought after wines, which are often available only on allocation.

This offering will take place four times a year and will consist of a 12 bottle case of wine that includes three wines, from three different estates, 4 bottles of each. Prices for each quarter offering will vary depending upon the season and the estate. We will confirm pricing with you prior to shipping.

The wines will arrive at your door, at slightly less than retail prices, and will be hand selected by Richard, to accompany the season of the time of the delivery, with a short tasting note and a suggested pairing with each wine.

This club is only open to clients and friends of Roar Africa and the first wines to be delivered are due at the end July 2009. If you would like to become a member of the ROAR AFRICA wine club, please email me with your name, delivery address, contact numbers, and credit card details. (N.B. The retail prices of these wines will range from USD20.00 – USD 50.00 per bottle).

'If it had been only one wine that impressed us so much, we would not have been nearly so excited. But there were plenty of others..." Eric Asimov, New York Times

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