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Charles Harman hosts at Klein Constantia

Released on Feb 2014

One of our owners, Charles Harman recently hosted a cocktail party on the lawns of Klein Constantia. Here are some photos from the event.     Lord Peter Mandelson & Charles […]

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What is new and just in time for summer?

Released on Dec 2013

The 2013 Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc is a 100% Sauvignon blanc blend, for the first time omitting a Semillon component to give this excellent vintage the opportunity to fully express […]

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Harbour House Linefish and Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc

Released on Nov 2013

Enjoy this delicious summer linefish recipe from Harbour House restaurant with our Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc. The citrus in the dish is perfectly complemented by the fresh acidity and tropical fruit […]

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La Bella Rossa 2011

Released on Oct 2013

La Bella Rossa is the new, beautiful red from Klein Constantia’s Stellenbosch sister farm, Anwilka. Inspired by the great Italian “Amarone” wines from the famous Veneto regions, this natural sweet South […]

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Anwilka Olive Oil

Released on Sep 2013

Presenting a fresh, balanced cold-extracted olive oil made from Frantoio olives grown on Anwilka farm. Fruity with a spicy herbaceousness and naturally cholesterol free, this extra virgin olive oil is […]

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How to get the most out of touring the Cape winelands

Released on Aug 2013

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Vin de Constance at Texsom 2013

Released on Aug 2013

Klein Constantia is very pleased that Vin de Constance will be making a special appearance at the Texsom 2013 conference in Las Colinas, Texas. Founded in 2005 by James Tidwell, […]

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24 June 1712 – Simon van der Stel dies

Released on Jun 2013

On this day in 1712, former Cape governor Simon van der Stel died at Constantia, aged 73. He was buried in the Groote Kerk, Cape Town. As none of his […]

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Constantia wine and the VOC

Released on Jun 2013

7 June – On this day in 1746, a resolution was passed to exempt “the cultivators of the vineyards at Constantia” from paying a new levy of three Rixdollars on […]

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3 June 1807

Released on Jun 2013

On this day in 1807, American president and wine connoisseur Thomas Jefferson sent a letter to his Secretary of the Treasury, Albert Galattin, proposing a “more equal” tariff on wines […]

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