• Exploration of Spioenkop Wines at Auslese Restaurant

    Join us for an exploration of Koen Roose’s wines We’ll start the evening with an aperitif and canapes and then winemaker, Koen Roose, will present his wines with Harald’s four course paired menu. The Spioenkop range will always be produced exclusively from fruit grown by Koen and his team on the farm in Elgin and
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  • The Battle of Spioenkop

    Spioenkop is the wine farm in Elgin that were named after the hill in KwaZulu-Natal that was the scene of one of the bloodiest defeats of the Boer War for the British Army. Their vineyards lie in the Western Cape region of the Elgin Valley where the temperature is milder, indeed cooler, than many parts of South Africa.

  • New generation of Pinotage

    โ€œWeโ€™re talking about the perfect balance, about giving Pinotage a new dimension. The aromas will be finer, speaking more about the terroir and the fruit. Up front: cherry, raspberry, strawberry, black olives, elderberry and violet. In the middle: support from earthy, stony graphite elements. A wine that is fresh and delicate, with medium, balanced alcohol levels. Pinotage that expresses the minerality, extraction and sensuality of a deep, concentrated Pinot Noir, but with its own distinctive colour and unique spiciness.โ€