Wine of the Week: Grand Cru R31 Drostdy Hof Premier You might be young, but you have a taste for wine and want the best bottle at the best price. This week, we present a R31 bottle that can compete with the best.
Tastemaker Tinashe Nyamudoka chose the Drostdy Hof Premier Grand Cru, which is cheaper than a bottle of imported mineral water.
Nyamudoka says this blend of Chenin Blanc, Colombard, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc has a freshness and lively acidity of guava flavours with a twist of citrus that makes it a perfect match with seafood.
The fact that this wine was one of the top-rated at our WellsFaber Sommelier Selection tastings is proof that blind tasting levels the playing field.
Just last week, sommelier Marlvin Gwese chose a white blend that costs eight times more than this one does. Yet the scores from the sommeliers were almost
NEIL PENDOCK with TINASHE NYAMUDOKA MASTER Tinashe Nyamudoka knows that quality isn’t always expensive