Taste Constantia Glen wines at Kaya FM Wine & Malt Whisky Affair
Constantia Glen FIVE 2008
Friday, 30 May to Saturday, 31 May, 18h00 to 21h00, The Firs, Rosebank, JHB
Be sure to get your taste of exceptional cool climate wines from Constantia Glen when you visit the Kaya FM Wine & Malt Whiskey Affair from Friday, 30 May to Saturday, 31 May at The Firs, Rosebank.
The classic Constantia Glen flagship, Constantia Glen FIVE 2008, as well as the refreshing Constantia Glen Sauvignon Blanc 2012 will be showcased alongside top wineries and malt whisky distillers.
The Constantia Glen FIVE 2008 is an elegant expression of the five Bordeaux varieties - Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Malbec and Merlot - grown on this lush Constantia estate. Both graceful and refined, the wine has a sophisticated, long-lasting finish.
Boasting great aging potential, the Constantia Glen Sauvignon Blanc 2012 has a wonderful richness and mouthfeel. It shows depth and minerality, with uplifting aromas of nettle and gooseberry, backed up by nectarine and kiwi fruit flavours as well as a notable underlying perfume of elderflower that is very characteristic of the Constantia Glen Sauvignon Blanc.
Wine enthusiasts can place their orders for their favourite wines at the event, so make sure that you do not miss out on adding a luxurious taste of the Constantia Glen wine range to your collection.
Tickets for the Kaya FM Wine & Malt Whiskey Affair, presented in collaboration with Old Mutual in association with the Wade Bales Wine Society, cost R150 per person and are available at www.computicket.co.za.
Known for exceptional, award winning cool climate Sauvignon Blanc and Bordeaux-style reds, Constantia Glen is open daily from 10h00 till 17h00 on week days and from 10h00 till 16h00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Look out for the Constantia Glen signs towards the top of Constantia Main road. Call 021 7956100 or e-mail email@example.com. Visit www.constantiaglen.com Facebook or follow @ConstantiaGlen on Twitter. The GPS co-ordinates are S 34º 0’39.6” E 18º 24’30.6”.