Tim Atkin 2019 Special Report

Tim Atkin's South Africa 2019 Special Report September 6, 2019 We at Fryer's Cove are proud to announce our awards results from this year’s much-anticipated Tim Atkin South Africa Special Report, now in its seventh year. This is one of the most thorough reports on the...

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Fryer’s Cove – Seriously West Coast

In July 2019, The Unconventional Route (aka Chris and Kim) wrote a blog featuring Fryer’s Cove Vineyards. They’re a couple of curious Canadians who’re always looking for a better way to do, see, and experience things. We are very fortunate to be part of they’re list of 10 unique and unforgettable wine tastings.

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Sauvignon of the sea

Sauvignon of the sea Tuesday, 21 May, 2019 Malu Lambert South African Sauvignon Blanc is made in a diverse range of styles, from the zingy, herbaceous to the more tropical as well as the wooded styles. There’s another category emerging; wines grown and vinified by the...

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Birds, Bees and Sauvignon Blanc

(Above :12:00 am; The last grapes waiting to be processed, lit by the light of the Doringbay Lighthouse) As the sun sets on another harvest, we reflect on the challenges that we faced and the exciting start to another year of wonderful wines. Despite the dry...

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CTEX Awards : Best Sauvignon Blanc

CTEX: Wine, Beer & Spirits Awards 2019 March 6, 2019 | Kim Lopes  On Tuesday, 26th February 2019, the top dogs of the wine, beer and spirits industry in Cape Town and surroundings showed faces and shook hands at the starting of our second week of awards ceremonies...

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Origin Wines and Seven Fires

Above: Alberto preparing dishes out of the book "Seven Fires" by Francis Mallmann. Origin wines invited Argentinian chef Alberto to Fryer's Cove to prepare wonderful dishes on our unique pier. Alberto worked along side Francis Mallmann, who wrote "Seven Fires:...

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Laura Morrison on Fryer’s Cove Pier

Above you can see Laura Morrison, relaxing on the pier at Fryer's Cove Vineyards with her 1958 Morris Minor. A woman from New Zealand has finally arrived in Cape Town after a grueling journey by car from Aberdeen in Scotland to Cape Town. Her epic journey took her...

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Michael Olivier January 2019

There is something totally beguiling about the West Coast. Rugged country, rugged people of the nicest kind, lovely thick gravelly accented voices, unique ways of expressing themselves. They make some pretty unique wines, in interesting circumstances. Scraggy country, yet perfect for the wonderful weed that is the vine. The Benguela Current which runs up our west coast from the deep southern oceans, creates cooling breezes into the vineyards which prolong ripening, and this creates flavour. Fryer’s Cove Sauvignon Blanc 2017 has its own Appellation, Bamboes Bay. Claimed by the Estate as their best Sauvignon Blanc harvest in recent years, the berries were small as a result of the worst in living memory drought experienced in the Western Cape over the years leading up to the harvest…

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