Region of Africa

Algeria

Wine of Algeria

Viticulture in Algeria goes back to antiquity and particularly to Roman colonization. At the time of the French colonization and the French departments of Algeria, the vineyard of Algeria reached 396,000 hectares for an annual production of wine of up to 18 million hectoliters. Algeria remains today the second largest wine producer in Africa behind South Africa
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Aïn Témouchent

Aïn Témouchent created by and for the vineyard. During more than a century of history, with an alternation of clashes and misfortunes, the cultivation of the vine has become more and more important. It had a spectacular development.
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MONTS D’IHRANE 2015

The shiny dress is a beautiful deep red color. The Ihrane Mountains develop aromas of black fruits with a hint of licorice at the end of the mouth.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

12€

Taste

Black fruits

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

BLANC D’ABOUKIR 2015

The aromas of white flowers express themselves fully in this wine, with a delicious lemon tip. The Blanc d'Aboukir has a nice vivacity in the mouth and its intense finish gives it all the advantages of a great white wine.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

9 - 12€

Taste

lemon tip

Custody

2 - 4 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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Coteaux of Tlemcen and those of Mascara

It is accessible, both in terms of taste and price. Made to please, we taste here a slightly fruity wine, filled with red and ripe fruit that flows on the tongue and the palate. It has a nice finish on the violet. Difficult to imagine that one can not love.
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KOUTOUBIA 2015

The Koutoubia presents a beautiful deep and intense color. The nose offers scents of ripe red fruits. The mouth is elegant and reveals supple tannins expressing the character of the terroir. The richness of Grenache and the fruity of cinsault give a unique character to a great Algerian wine.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

10 - 12€

Taste

red fruits

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

MUSCAT D’ABOUKIR 2014

This white wine, unique in Algeria, is characterized by aromas of lychee, exotic fruits and citrus fruits. Thanks to its vivacity, the Muscat d'Aboukir is of intense flavor and persistence.
Vintage

2014

Alcohol content

12%

Cost

11 - 13€

Taste

lychee, exotic fruits and citrus fruits.

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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Morocco

Wine of Morocco

Viticulture in Morocco and the planting of the first vineyards date back to the Phoenicians and the Roman colonization. During the Antiquity, the great center of wine production was concentrated around Volubilis, in the region of the present city of Meknes.
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CELLIERS OF MEKNÈS

It is the Moroccan leader with 85% of production. Created by Brahim Zniber in 1964, the group operates 2,000 hectares on Guerrouane, Beni M'tir and the only AOC of Morocco, the Coteaux de l'Atlas. A high altitude, the influences of the Atlas, the Atlantic, the Mediterranean and sometimes the desert, the climate is conducive to good ripeness, under a generous sun.
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CHÂTEAU ROSLANE 1ER CRU 2011

Fruity soft and black, a touch of rubber in the nose. Fleshy, fresh, with sweet / bitter fragrances. Firm and mellow, evidently the fruit of a warm climate but well developed to maintain freshness.
Vintage

2011

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

9 - 10€

Taste

red fruits

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

Ouled Thaleb – Tandem 2009

This wine was born from the meeting of Alain Graillot, winemaker in Crozes Hermitage, and Jacques Poulain, oenologist from Bordeaux located in Morocco at the estate Ouled Thaleb. The result is a very typical Syrah wine, ripe, with lots of fruits and pepper, concentrated but supple, fine with a nice freshness
Vintage

2009

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

12 - 15€

Taste

fruits and pepper

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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Domaine of Sahari – Guerrouane 2015

With a dark red brick dress, this wine offers a woody nose, aromas of black fruit and licorice. This typical wine is spicy.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

12 - 13€

Taste

black fruit and licorices

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

15° C

South Africa

Wine of South Africa

With a rich wine tradition that has been developing for more than three centuries, South Africa is one of the oldest wine regions in the New World. It was only after the abolition of apartheid in 1994 that South African winegrowing was truly international.
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Stellenbosch

The region of Stellenbosch dates from 1769 and has become the heart of the South African wine world, concentrating most of the country's major estates. The particularity of Stellenbosch lies in the diversity, topographic and geological, which forms many microclimates.
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Pinotage Grand Vin 2012

Comes from the Stellenbosch region. Nose of berries. Smoked, leather and spices with distinct floral notes. Harmonious mouth with elegant tannins, beautiful freshness. Black fruits in mouth with notes of juicy plum.
Vintage

2012

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

13- 15€

Taste

Leather and spices

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

12° C

FOOTPRINT- Merlot/Pinotage- 2015

This South African wine is typical and distinguished, at the same time, by a very fruity sensation dominated by a beautiful aromatic freshness and smoky notes, spiced present at the end of the mouth.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

7 - 10€

Taste

smoky notes, spiced

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

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Paarl

Paarl is the center of a large region of orchards and vineyards. The headquarters of the South African winegrowers' association (KWV in Afrikaans) is located in Paarl. It is a true South African institution with an international reputation.
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TERRA by Fort Simon- Pinotage- 2013

The result is a fruity red wine with a light smoky tip characteristic of this South African vine, and a silky mouth full of roundness.
Vintage

2013

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

9 - 10€

Taste

red fruits, smoked

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

Lyngrove Afrique du Sud Pinotage Rouge 2014

The Lyngrove Pinotage is a wine from South Africa that will charm you with its fruity aromas of plums and raspberry. A juicy and spicy red wine with fresh fruit flavors that can be drunk from its youth.
Vintage

2014

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

6 - 9€

Taste

plums and raspberry

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

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