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Conferences with a view – and Bellingham wines to match!

Are you looking to plan a conference with a difference, at a venue with a fantastic view, atmosphere, and wines to match? Then look no further than the following scenic spots, where you’ll find Bellingham’s fine wines on the menu: Cape Grace Bascule Bar, Cape Town (Bellingham Pinotage), Cargo Hold uShaka Marine World, Durban (The […]

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Bellingham rings in the festive quarter with Michelangelo International Wine Awards performance

Iconic South African wine brand Bellingham, situated in Franschhoek, has yet again shown its world-class pedigree and the universal appeal of its wines at the Michelangelo International Wine and Spirits Awards, securing 89+ ratings for two of its wines.

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Tim Atkin, MW highlights the cellar team’s laser focus on quality

The annual, much anticipated, 2018 South Africa Special Report, which details the observations and impressions of SA wine by British Master of Wine (MW) Tim Atkin, was released at Cape Wine 2018 today. With over 1 700 local wines tasted by this internationally renowned taster, Bellingham Wines is proud to announce that seven of its […]

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The Bernard Series – Jewel in the Bellingham Crown

Named after Bellingham’s founder Bernard Podlashuk, The Bernard Series represents the pinnacle of winemaking achievement at Bellingham.

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The Bernard Series’ must-have reds to warm a fine winter menu

Bellingham’s The Bernard Series red wines provide the perfect winter comfort against the shivering cold, and even more so when paired with sumptuous gourmet cuisine.

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HARVEST REPORT 2018

“Some of the most delicate wines I’ve seen” Bellingham’s Chief Winemaker reflects on Harvest 2018 Richard Duckitt, Chief Winemaker at Bellingham, is enjoying a moment of reprieve: harvest 2018 is concluded. The Cape’s devastating drought played a dominant role in this year’s harvest: the Winelands were declared a disaster area and the outlook at the […]

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Bellingham Wines takes Gold

Bellingham Wines takes Gold at Mundus Vini for Shiraz Bellingham Wines, pioneers of the first single-varietal Shiraz in South Africa in the late 1950’s and one of the country’s most established wine brands, has received two Gold Medals in the annual MUNDUS VINI International Awards and Spring Tasting. This is one of the wine world’s […]

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#AskRichard #1

We asked Richard how does one make rosé wine? Did you know that there are 3 primary ways to make rosé wine? The maceration method is when red wine grapes are let to rest, or macerate, in the juice for a period, and afterwards, the entire batch of juice is finished into a rosé wine. […]

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Shiraz steals the spotlight

Shiraz steals the spotlight at Bellingham on International Shiraz Day On Friday, 16 February, wine lovers around the world celebrate International Shiraz Day. Did you know Bellingham was the first South African wine producer to bottle a single-varietal Shiraz in 1951? Since then Shiraz has remained a staple variety in the Bellingham cellar, and our […]

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Bellingham wines to fall in love with this season

Summer is really making its presence felt – it’s hot and dry in overdrive – especially if you find yourself in the Cape. All the more reason to stock up on wines that offer superlative refreshment and will chill the drought tensions somewhat. Bellingham’s Homestead Sauvignon Blanc hits this spot brilliantly. With soft melon, pear […]

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