It is truly a blessing to design a wine list for a restaurant as accomplished as this, to work with the vast palates our industry has to offer and to have the ability to sample some of the world’s finest wines just off our doorstep.
Taking into consideration our patrons ever increasing knowledge on evolving wines, to the rainbow of delicately crafted authentic Thai dishes, it has been a challenge to impress and surpass the expectations of our ever growing clientele.
Our passion knows no bounds. In just over two months, we have tasted the best South Africa has to offer: From the cool slopes of Elgin to the frozen mountains of the Cederberg; From the warm and ever inviting vines of Stellenbosch, to the elegant valleys of Franschhoek, we have paired each wine on this list to an assortment of our culinary delights.
All of our wines have been carefully selected and stored at an optimal temperature and in a humidity controlled environment to aid with the aging process.
We have a large selection of premium wines by the glass to ensure your dining experience is enhanced with every sip.
We invite you to browse through our cellar collection. These wines have been carefully selected and only placed onto the list when they are at their drinking best. We have not put tasting notes down for our cellar collection, as with age, the wines evolve.
Due to the rarity of our cellar collection wines and the time we have taken to cellar them, their availability is limited. Especially those of a maiden vintage and single barrel collection.
Our team is happy to guide you through your culinary experience with us here at South Africa’s number one voted Asian Restaurant.
Thank you and enjoy your Kitima experience.
Wine by the glass: 250ml per serving; Dessert wine: 50ml per serving. Prices are subject to change without notice. Corkage charge: R60 per
750ml wine / sparkling wine; R60 per 750ml Champagne. Wine, sparkling wine and Champagne identical to those on our list will not be permitted. All of the beverages including wine, sparkling wine, Champagne and food from outside the premises will not be permitted in the Raya Lounge. All products and services provided are subject to our general terms and conditions.
- METHODE CAP CLASSIQUE
- SAUVIGNON BLANC
- CHARDONNAY - UNWOODED
- CHARDONNAY - WOODED
- CHENIN BLANC
- OTHER WHITE VARIETIES
- WHITE BLENDS
- CABERNET SAUVIGNON
- PINOT NOIR
- OTHER REDS
- RED BLENDS
- IMPORTED WINE
- DESSERT WINE
- SOFT DRINKS
- COFFEE'S / TEAS / DOM PREDROS
Our champagne and MCC’s have been selected as both an aperitif and as a beverage that pairs well with our appetizers. The bubbles cut through the infused oils in our dishes to produce a refreshing finish on the palate. Both Champagne and Cap Classique have the versatility to pair exceptionally well with all dishes. From our simple yet elegant Dim Sum to our full flavoured Phad Chaa dishes.
Nicolas Feuillate: Palms d’Or 2004 – France 3900
G.H. Mumm Brut NV – Reims, France 1280
A nose of fresh and tangy aromas followed by a resolute freshness and subtle flavours.
Veuve Clicquot Brut NV – Reims, France 1440
Fresh white fruits and a vanilla nose followed by a symphony of fresh fruits on the palate.
Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve NV – Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, France 295 / 1600
Full yet fine Champagne with floral freshness, ripe pears and a crisp finish.
G.H. Mumm Brut Rosé – Champagne, France 1650
Aromas of summer berries and pink grapefruits with flavours of red berries developing on the palate.
Bollinger Special Cuvée – Champagne, France 1695
Fresh, focused acidity, layered with notes of roasted apple, blackcurrant and honey.
Billecart Salmon Brut Rosé NV – Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, France 2450
Light and elegant with ripe berry fruit, lemon zest and a raspberry finish.
Graham Beck Brut Rosé 2010 – Western Cape 525
Graham Beck Brut Zero 2010 – Robertson 630
Nicolas Charles: Krone Marques 1 Brut NV – Tulbagh 695
Allée Bleue Brut Rosé 2013 – Franschhoek 60 / 270
A fresh and lively MCC bursting with flavours of strawberry, rose petal and candy floss.
Allée Bleue Brut 2012 – Walker Bay 70 / 315
Aromas of toasted nuts, candyfloss and citrus, speak of the passion involved in making a wine of such class.
Rickety Bridge Brut Rosé NV – Franschhoek 330
Expressions of citrus and red berries on the nose with a long fine finish.
Colmant Sec Reserve NV – Western Cape 380
A fresh and crisp palate with lingering notes of citrus and sun sweetened apples.
Avondale: Armilla 2009 – Paarl 480
Apple pie and biscuit with a touch of honey and lemon zest makes for an elegant MCC.
We kept our Rosé selection simple in numbers, yet exuberant in choice. With our dry, off dry and complex Rosé wines on offer, they pair well with a variety of dishes.
These wines have a natural affinity with spicy dishes, especially those that contain peppers.
Mulderbosh 2015 (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Coastal Region 145
Flavours of fresh cherry and watermelon with a weighted palate of juicy fruits and acidity.
Warwick: 1st Lady 2016 (Pinotage) – Western Cape 60 / 175
Pomegranate, strawberry and watermelon with fresh acidity, bone dry.
Iona: Sophie 2015 (Merlot) – Cape South Coast 185
Delicious wild red berries and spicy notes with rich floral and strawberry aromas.
Wildehurst Blush 2015 (Grenache, Consaut, Shiraz, Mourvedré) – Swartland 85 / 245
Elegant dry blush, pale salmon in clour with strawberry on the nose and palate.
Avondale: Camissa 2014/15 (Muscat and Mourvedré, Grenache) – Paarl 325
This organic Rosé has rose petals on the nose with hints of Turkish delight and lemon zest.
In South Africa we have two types of Sauvignon Blanc drinkers. Those who enjoy the warmer climate wines which produce a soft nose but an abundance of tropical fruit and those who enjoy cooler climate Sauvignon Blancs, which produce a noticeable amount of acidity with a nose of green flavours. Our Sauvignon Blancs pair exceptionally well with our dim sum range as well as our sushi.
Silvermist Organic Vineyards 2014/15 – Constantia 275
Spier: 21 Gables 2015 – Stellenbosch 395
Driefontein Longridge 2014 – Stellenbosch 410
Ghost Corner 2015/16 – Elim 425
Nitida 2016 – Durbanville 70 / 195
Accessible minerality balancing out the acidity, pronounced apple and figs.
Springfield: Life From Stone 2016 – Robertson 230
Lively red peppers and passionfruit with firm underlying tones of minerals and flintiness.
Ataraxia 2016 – Hemel en Aarde Valley 80 / 235
Crisp minerality, alluring fruit with aromas of citrus and lemongrass.
Steenberg 2016 – Constantia 245
Passion fruit, ruby grapefruit and aromas of gun smoke followed by lime and sugar snap peas.
Constantia Glen 2015/6 – Constantia 270
An array of nectarine, guava and kiwi fruit. Balanced acidity and well defined minerality.
Klein Constantia 2015/16 – Constantia 100 / 300
Crisp fresh notes, complimented by tropical flavours of sweet melon, gooseberries and kiwi fruit.
Iona 2015/16 – Elgin 315
White grapefruit, intense tropical fruit, ripe gooseberries with an overlay of fresh kiwi fruit.
The “stand out” variety in the white wine division is our unwooded Chardonnay range. This variety pairs in absolute harmony with our Asian dishes. Tropical flavours and aromas include citrus fruits, melon, fresh cut grass and hints of vanilla.
Brampton 2015 – Western Cape 145
Pear, passion fruit, yellow peach and pineapple aromas that develop further on the palate.
Groote Post 2015/16 – Darling 65 / 185
Full flavours of citrus and lime with a generous palate of marmalade that delivers freshness.
Seven Springs 2014 – Overberg 195
Aromas of peaches, blossoms and melon with a fresh vibrant palate.
Warwick: First Lady 2015/6 – Western Cape 70 / 205
Pale straw in colour with intense notes of pineapple, lemon and citrus. Broad mid-palate.
De Wetshoff: Bon Vallon 2015 – Robertson 230
Clean fruit flavours of green apple, gooseberry and guava dominate the palate.
Bouchard Finlayson: Sans Barrique 2015 – Cape South Coast 295
Mineral rich with strong peach, lime and gooseberry flavours.
Wooded Chardonnays are rich, medium to full-bodied and usually present additional aromas and flavours of vanilla, butter and even caramel from the oaking process. Some other characteristics of wooded Chardonnays are golden colour and a velvety feel in the mouth.
Lismore 2014 – Greyton 475
Môreson: Mercator 2013 – Franschhoek 495
Iona 2015 – Elgin 525
Hartenberg: The Eleanor 2012/14 – Stellenbosch 650
Longridge: Clos Du Ciel 2013 – Stellenbosch 1150
Hartenberg 2015 – Stellenbosch 85 / 245
Crisp and creamy, notes of lemon and lime with a long mineral finish.
La Bri 2015 – Franschhoek 260
A fresh, crisp, clean entry with a lemon mid-palate and a long elegant finish.
Arendsig 2015 – Robertson 290
A citrus green apple nose with a round, fresh mineral finish.
Creation 2015/16 – Walker Bay 345
Peach and pear on the nose with fruit and well balanced acidity.
Oak Valley 2014/15 – Elgin 125 / 370
Fresh lemon citrus nose with a palate of ruby grapefruit and sweet zesty spice.
Mulderbosch Barrel Fermented 2010 – Stellenbosch 440
Creamy textured palate with ripe tangerine, ginger and clove spice.
Eikendal 2013 – Stellenbosch 60 / 235
Packed with freshness and hints of minerality, followed by ripe pears, honeysuckle, orange peel, apples and honey.
South Africa is the largest producer of Chenin Blanc in the world. Therefore the ranges of flavour profiles are endless. Chenin Blanc boasts fruit flavours of melon, pear and peach with alluring floral aromas and a lovely crispness. Because of Chenin Blanc’s balanced acidity and inherently fruity flavour, you’ll find it pairs well with foods that have a sweet and sour element.
Avondale: Anima 2013/14 – Paarl 455
Forrester Meinert: The FMC 2013 – Stellenbosch 885
AA Badenhorst: Secateurs 2015 – Swartland 65 / 185
Flinty and honey aromas with subtle hints of orange blossom and white stone fruits.
Ridgeback 2014 – Paarl 210
Rich, upfront notes of pineapple and sweet orange blossom evolve to a fresh, juicy mid-palate.
Post House: Stamp of Chenin 2015 – Stellenbosch 90 / 265
Tropical fruit, orange and minerals. Rich and full-bodied palate with peach, honey and citrus.
Kleine Zalze: Family Reserve 2015/16 – Stellenbosch 370
Lime and winter melon on the nose with citrus and elderflower on the palate.
Teddy Hall: Dr Jan Cats 2011/12 – Stellenbosch 385
Balanced grapefuit, vanilla and baked apple flavours, with hints of tropical fruit salad.
Riesling is characterized by sweet fruity flavours, mineral aromas and floral notes, with good acidity. The combination of sweet and acidity makes Riesling an ideal wine to pair up with spicy and richer dishes.
Oak Valley: Stone and Steel 2015 – Elgin 230
White peach, lychee and pear nose with a fresh lemon, lime and green apple palate.
Nitida 2015/16 – Durbanville 240
Gentle rosewater with pomegranate, frangipani, limes and a mouthful of juicy pears.
Hartenberg 2014 – Stellenbosch 250
Dry in style with rich spicy aromas, honeyed lime zest and a touch of botrytis. Taut and focused.
Jordan: The Real McCoy 2015 – Western Cape 90 / 260
Intense lemon–lime flavours with crisp fruit, makes it a superb partner with spicy food.
Viognier is well known for producing wines with distinct floral aromas and assertive stone fruit flavours. Viognier has a highly aromatic and fruit driven nature with a full velvety mouth feel, this allows the wine to pair well with spicy foods and it can be unbelievably tasty with coconut milk.
Creation 2016 – Walker Bay 240
Abundantly fruity and forthcoming, yet refined on the nose with fragrant white peach aromas.
Beau Constantia: Cecily 2015 – Constantia 130 / 355
A nose of orange blossom and apricots with a rich and creamy palate of violets and white peaches.
Lismore 2013/14 – Greyton 625
Honeysuckle and peaches with a lingering citrus finish. A fresh acidity supports the extravagance on the nose.
An exquisite selection of unique wine varietals have been chosen for the discerning connoisseur to pair with a wide variety of our dishes. From concentrated palates and fresh finishes to varying levels of complexity and texture.
Please ask your waiter to assist you for optimal pairing options.
Paul Cluver Gewürztraminer 2015 – Elgin 80 / 240
The nose has a surprising combination of rose petal, lychee, cucumber and summer melon.
Nitida Sémillon 2012 – Durbanville 265
Elegant with subtle lime nettles. Pomelo and midsummer elderflower merge with celery and snap peas.
Leeuwenkuil Marsanne 2015 – Voor Paardeberg 80 / 240
White ginger flower, tropical fruit and hints of vanilla with good acidity and minerality.
Paulina’s Reserve Sémillon 2012 – Franschhoek 100 / 290
Lime, apple and beeswax on the nose with a full palate of citrus and honey.
Steenberg Sémillon 2013 – Constantia 395
Peach, apricots and quinces with hints of crème brulée on the palate.
Shannon Sémillon 2014/15 – Elgin 410
Clean taught palate, attractive texture with hints of lemon and fresh hay on the nose.
Our White Blends have all been selected based on their food pairing ability and their “stand alone” drinking profile. Blended white wines have a wide variety of flavours and aromas, it can range from crisp and acidic to oaked and full-bodied with a wide spectrum of fruits and flowery notes on the nose.
Fable Mountain: Jackal Bird 2012 – (CB, GB, Rous) – Western Cape 385
Avondale: Cyclus 2012/13 – (Viog, Chard, Rous, CB, Sem) – Paarl 555
Vergelegen Estate: GVB 2013 – (SB, Semi) – Stellenbosch 555
Buitenverwachting: Buiten Blanc 2015 – Durbanville 50 / 135
(Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc)
Selection of fruit characters, including ripe gooseberry, green melon and hints of tropical fruit.
Altydgedacht Muskrade 2016 – Durbanville 145
Elegant and aromatic semi-sweet blend with a smooth subtle finish.
Quando 2015 – Robertson 160
(Chenin Blanc, Viognier)
Rose petals, ripe pear and apricot on the nose following through with a complex, rich palate.
Nativo 2014 – Swartland 80 / 235
(Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Roussanne, Grenache Blanc)
Subtle aromas of apricots, lime, pineapple and oak nuances. Fresh yet bold with lingering minerality.
Nitida: Coronata 2013/14 – Durbanville 355
(Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon)
Crisp clear flavours of apples and gooseberry. A scent of saffron spice on the nose.
The flavours of Cabernet Sauvignon wines include tobacco, leather, lead pencil shavings and sometimes vanilla and blackcurrants. They usually produce wines with strong tannins which enhance the aging potential of this varietal. Our menu has a huge selection of dishes which tend to pair well with the flavours of Cabernet Sauvignon, from sushi to sizzling hot plates.
Le Riche 2013 – Stellenbosch 485
Edgebaston GS 2012 – Stellenbosch 895
Warwick: First Lady 2014 – Western Cape 70 / 205
Red berries, sweet blackcurrants and a pleasant herbal character, complimented by sweet vanilla.
Ridgeback 2013 – Paarl 285
Classic upfront cassis, dark plum and a hint of mint evolves to notes of cigar box and dried herbs.
Post House: Bulls Eye 2014/15 – Stellenbosch 315
Raspberry, cigar box, chocolate and gamey meat on the nose. Firm and oaky palate with rounded tannins.
Stark Condé 2014/15 – Stellenbosch 120 / 345
Deep blackcurrant and fern leaf aromas. Polished and plush rounded tannins with a hauntingly long finish.
Eikendal 2014 – Stellenbosch 360
Fresh red currants, mulberries and cracked pepper, with firm tannins and fresh acidity.
Waterford Estate 2013 – Stellenbosch 425
Elegant aromatics with strong red berries and a typical dry and tight structure.
Spier: 21 Gables 2013 – Stellenbosch 525
Cassis and black cherry with concetrated oak and pencil shavings.
Pinot Noir is widely received as a preferred varietal to pair with Thai food. This gentle yet temperamental grape can show notes of strawberry and cherry as well as stewed fruits and leather.
Bouchard Finlayson: Galpin Peak 2012/13 – Walker Bay 655
Chamonix Reserve 2014 – Franschhoek 695
Paul Cluver: Seven Flags – Elgin 995
Iona: Mr P 2015 – Cape South Coast 95 / 285
Succulent black cherry aromas, bright but delicate with hints of forest floor and underlying floral and spicy notes.
Creation 2015 – Walker Bay 135 / 395
Cherry and dark berry aromas with earthy notes highlighting this classic Pinot Noir.
Muratie: George Paul Canitz 2013 – Stellenbosch 415
First grower of Pinot Noir in South Africa. Smooth and velvety with an elegant raspberry and cherry nose.
Meerlust 2015 – Stellenbosch 550
Red berry fruit, wild mushrooms with a hint of savoury richness and spices.
Merlot grapes produce a wine with flavours and aromas of black cherries, berries, plum, chocolate and herbs. The softer characteristics of Merlot with the fruity flavours make it a red wine that’s well suited to lighter foods that won’t overwhelm the flavours of the wine.
Creation 2010 – Walker Bay 495
Rust en Vrede 2013 – Stellenbosch 495
Anthonij Rupert 2008 – Western Cape 785
Anthonij Rupert 2007 – Western Cape 895
Hout Bay Vineyards 2014 – Hout Bay 70 / 195
Gentle, well-rounded and versatile. Rich ripe fruit flavours with a fresh savoury finish.
La Bri 2013 – Franschhoek 75 / 225
A fruit bomb of cherries and red plums, with underlying earthy aromas.
Groote Post 2014 – Darling 255
Hints of smoked beef and mint on the nose with blackberries, plum and chocolate.
De Grendal 2014 – Durbanville 280
Mulberry, raspberry and blackberry fruit accompanied by liquorice and mocha flavours.
High Constantia 2007 – Constantia 405
Red and blackberry fruit characteristics with herbal and floral notes and subtle cedar oak.
Vergelegen Reserve 2012 – Stellenbosch 425
Ripe plum colour, the nose shows ripe fruit flavours, black cherries, plum and spice.
This varietal is unique to South Africa and is a cross between Hermitage and Pinot Noir. The aroma is characterized by cherries, plum, chocolate and smoky notes. Pinotage retains a perception of sweetness, even when the wines are technically dry. This comes across on the nose and the palate and helps the wine to handle a fair amount of spice.
Radford Dale: Frankenstein 2012 – Stellenbosch 655
Doolhof: Dark Lady 2015 – Wellington 65 / 185
A coffee, mocha explosion with dark chocolate, rich black fruit and black cherries on the nose. Medium-bodied with firm integrated tannins.
Rijk’s: Touch of Oak 2013 – Coastal Region 215
Medium to dark garnet in colour, red berry to plum nose with hints of white chocolate.
Longridge 2014 – Stellenbosch 95 / 275
Elegant, full-bodied with flavours of dark chocolate and sweet spices.
Beyerskloof 2013/14 – Stellenbosch 305
Good structure, excellent balance and a long juicy finish. Blackberry and prunes with a hint of cedar.
Diemersfontein: Carpe Diem 2013 – Wellington 375
Blackcurrant and cherries on the nose with hints of vanilla on the palate followed with subtle tannins.
This full-bodied wine originating in the Middle East has characteristics of blueberries, blackcurrants and chocolate with notes of pepper and spicy inflections. This incredible varietal adds a complex element when pairing with the delicate flavours of Thai food.
Avondale: Samsara 2007 – Paarl 735
Boekenhoutskloof 2012 – Franschhoek 825
Anthonij Rupert 2007 – Costal Region 895
Hartenberg: The Stork 2010/12 – Stellenbosch 1150
Hartenberg: Doorkeeper 2014 – Stellenbosch 60 / 170
Full rich aromas of concentrated spice, chocolate plumminess and savoury notes. Rich, yet subtle palate.
Arendsig 2014 – Robertson 270
Fruit driven with strawberries, raspberries and rounded off with hints of pepper, spice and grapefruit .
Ridgeback 2013 – Paarl 95 / 285
Sour cherry, liquorice and black pepper are well supported by an elegant, firm structure.
Joubert Tradauw 2015 – Tradouw Valley 315
Burgundian floral and perfume notes with some red cherry fruit. Lively mid-palate showing great minerality, soft tannins abound.
Creation 2013/15 – Walker Bay 135 / 395
An aromatic wine impressing with cherry and peppery spice interwoven with soft notes of violets.
Kevin Arnold 2011 – Stellenbosch 420
Ripe fig, black pepper and spice complimented with oak and a dry structured finish.
An exquisite selection of unique wine varietals have been chosen for the discerning connoisseur to pair with a wide variety of our delicate dishes. From concentrated palates and fresh finishes to varying levels of complexity and texture. Please ask your waiter to assist with your optimal pairing options.
Doolhof – Malbec 2014/15 – Wellington 90 / 270
Intense dark purple with black cherry and eucalyptus, with elements of fresh mint and fynbos.
Doolhof – Cabernet Franc 2012 – Wellington 270
Youthful, dark red with perfumed blackcurrants, violets, lead pencil shavings and graphite on the nose.
Arendsig: Inspirational Batch – Grenache 2015 – Robertson 320
Red berries and hints of spice followed by a silky smooth mouth feel of mixed berries and pepper.
Diemersfontein: Carpe Diem – Malbec 2014/15 – Wellington 335
Red berries and hints of spice followed by a silky mouth feel of mixed berries and pepper.
Idiom – Zinfandel 2012 – Stellenbosch 495
Fynbos, rosemary, bay leaf and mint with concentrated blackcurrant and evolving flavours of biltong and liquorice.
South African winemakers have taken blending to a world acclaimed art over the last few years. With Bordeaux and Rhône style blends consistently evolving in today’s market, our own Cape Blend is becoming increasingly popular. We have selected beautiful soft blends to vintage statement wines.
De Toren: Book 17 2012 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 10500
De Toren: Book 17 2014 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 5850
De Toren: Fusion V 2006 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 2150
De Toren: Fusion V 2011 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 1250
Vilafonte: Series C 2006 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 1395
Vilafonte: Series C 2011 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 1395
Vilafonte: Series M 2004 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 1100
Waterford: The Jem 2004 – CS, Mer, Ma, CF, PV, Sh, Mo, Bar – Stellenbosch 2250
Waterford: The Jem 2006 – CS, Sh, Ma, CF, Mo, San, Bar – Stellenbosch 1950
Waterford: The Jem 2009 – CS, Sh, Ma, CF, Mo, San, Bar – Stellenbosch 1850
Waterford: The Jem 2010 – CS, Sh, Ma, CF, Mo, San, Bar – Stellenbosch 1750
Dalla Cia: Teano 2011 – Bordeaux/Tuscan – Western Cape 820
Hartenberg: Mckenzie 2009 – Bordeaux – Stellenbsoch 795
Radford Dale: Gravity 2008 – Sh, CS, Mer – Stellenbosch 995
Rust en Vrede: Estate 2011 – Sh, CS, Mer – Stellenbosch 995
Vergelegen Estate: GVB 2011 – CS, Mer – Stellenbosch 1550
Waterford: Library Collection 2004 – Bordeaux – Stellenbosch 895
Rickety Bridge: Foundation Stone 2014 – Western Cape 205
Shiraz, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsaut, Tannat
Ripe raspberry and mulberry aromas with complex layers of spice.
Nativo 2009 – Swartland 80 / 235
Shiraz, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Pinotage
Aromas of blackcurrants, spices and distinctive minerality. Warm mouth feel and silky finish.
Joubert Tradauw: R62 2013 – Tradouw 310
Cabernet Savignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
Bordeaux blend containing sweet red and black fruits, fynbos and an undertone of cured meats.
Hout Bay Vineyards: Petrus 2011 – Western Cape 110 / 320
Shiraz, Grenach, Mourvèdre
Rhône blend with typical raspberry notes, spices and vanilla make up this local favourite.
Warwick: Three Cape Ladies 2013 – Stellenbosch 360
Cape Blend: Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot
Ripe Plum and brambleberry with pencil shavings and smooth firm tannins.
Constantia Glen: Three 2011/13 – Constantia 395
Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
Complex nose of blackberries, spice and plum fruit. Palate is full with texture and ripe velvety tannins.
Vergelegen: DNA 2011 – Stellenbosch 475
Bordeaux: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot
Ripe berries rounded with chocolate and coffee notes, round tannins and a lingering finish.
Chamonix: Troika 2013 – Franschhoek 525
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Aromas of vanilla, sweet ripe cherries, blackberries, cinnamon and other spices.
Iona: One Man Band 2010 – Elgin 540
Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Mourvèdre
A complex blend of cassis, ripe cherry and underlying blackberry tones with a hint of gentle spice.
Muratie: Ansela van de Caab 2010/12 – Stellenbosch 595
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
Aromas of cedar wood, cigar box and blackcurrants with a distinctive herbaceous edge.
Avondale: La Luna 2007/09 – Paarl 695
Bordeaux: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot
Bordeaux blend with plum and mulberry flavours and soft tannins for a vibrant palate.
Meerlust: Rubicon 2009 – Stellenbosch 750
Bordeaux: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot
Aromas of ripe plum, cedar wood and intense spiciness.
Bouchard Pere et Fils – Pinot Noir 2013 – Burgundy, France 555
Elegant core of ripe cherry and strawberry aromas with an earthy, savoury finish.
Chateau La Couronne: Saint Emilion – Red Blend 2012 – France 725
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc
Plums, dark cherries and subtle spice flavours with wonderful balance of fruit and oak.
Julliete Avril: Chateauneuf du Pape – Red Blend 2013 – Rhône, France 885
Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre
Aromas of morello Cherries and raspberries with light silky tannins.
Vina Cobos – Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 – Argentina 995
Complex blackcurrant, graphite and sweet tobacco with ripe tannins and a smooth finish.
Vina Cobos: Felino – Malbec 2012 – Argentina 995
Velvety plum, blackcurrant, anise and white pepper with grained tannins and a long finish.
Vina Cobos – Malbec 2007 – Marchiori Vineyard, Mendoza, Argentina 7450
Flavours of black raspberry and dark chocolate combined with notes of pencil lead and spice.
Rustenberg Straw Wine (50ml) 45
Rustenberg Straw Wine (375ml) 280
Keermont Fleurfontein (50ml) 65
Keermont Fleurfontein (375ml) 435
Nitida Modjadji (50ml) 85
Nitida Modjadji (375ml) 595
Signal Hill Straw Wine (50ml) 115
Signal Hill Straw Wine (375ml) 805
Klein Constantia: Vin de Constance (50ml) 195
Klein Constantia: Vin de Constance (500ml) 1950
Coke, Coke Light, Dry Lemon (200ml) 19
Lemonade, Soda, Tonic, Ginger Ale 19
Coke, Coke Light, Coke Zero (330ml) 22
Fanta Orange, Sprite, Stoney 22
Lipton Ice Tea Peach/Lemon 26
Appletizer, Grapetizer 32
Red Bull 42
FRUIT JUICES AND CORDIALS
Apple, Orange, Pineapple 27
Cranberry, Tomato 27
Roses Lime, Passion Fruit, Kola Tonic 6
Monin Flavours 12
Sparkling (750ml) 45
Sparkling (250ml) 21
Still (750ml) 45
Still (250ml) 21
Café Latte 27
Double Espresso 24
Double Macchiato 26
Hot Chocolate 30
Earl Grey 24
Fresh Mint 24
Green Tea Latte 30
Green Tea 27
BEERS AND CIDERS
Amstel Lager 27
Castle Lite 27
Windhoek Lager 30
Singha Beer 32
Becks Non-Alcoholic 28
Brewers and Union Craft Beers 52
Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier 62
Hunters Dry 28
Savanna Dry 30
KWV 5 year 18
KWV 10 year 23
KWV 20 year 68
Van Ryns 10 year 24
Van Ryns 12 year 37
Van Ryns 15 year 64
Van Ryns 20 year 78
El Jimador 24
Olmeca Black 26
Patron XO Cafe 40
Southern Comfort 18
Captain Morgan Spiced 20
Captain Morgan Dark Rum 20
Havana Club Anejo Blanco 20
Havana Club Anejo Reserve 26
Sang Som Thai 27
Germana Cachaça 35
Absolut Vodka 27
Cruz Vintage Black 27
Cruz Vodka Infusion 28
Grey Goose 38
Belvedere Intense 52
Gordon’s London Dry 18
Bombay Sapphire 26
Pimms No. 1 22
LIQUEURS CREAM (25ml)
Amarula Cream 22
Tia Maria 24
LIQUEURS BITTER (25ml)
Ramazotti Amaro 26
Averna Amaro 30
Fernet Branca 37
LIQUEURS OTHER (25ml)
Bols Range 14
Butlers Peppermint 14
Crème de Cassis 14
Disaronno Amaretto 20
Grand Marnier 36
Cherry Heering 50
Dom Bennedictine 50
WHISKEY BLENDS, BOURBON, IRISH (25ml)
Famous Grouse 20
Wild Turkey 22
Jack Daniels 24
Jack Daniels Single Barrel 44
Mae Kong Thai 30
WHISKEY SINGLE MALT (25ml)
Glenfiddich 12 year 34
Glenfiddich 15 year 52
Glenfiddich 18 year 66
Glenfiddich 21 year 130
Laphroaig 10 year 44
Caol Ila 12 year 44
Glenmorangie “Quinta Ruba” 55
Oban 14 year 58
Lagavulin 16 year 62
Ardberg 10 year 48
WHISKEY AGED BLENDS (25ml)
Johnny Walker Red Label 20
Johnny Walker Black Label 36
Johnny Walker Gold Reserve 78
Johnny Walker Blue Label 195
Johnny Walker Blue Label – King George 550
Chivas Regal 12 year 38
Chivas Regal 18 year 80
COGNAC AND ARMAGNAC (25ml)
Calvados VSOP 44
Honor VS 48
Hennessy Paradis 530
Remy Martin VSOP 64
Camus Extra 495
Takara Shochu (Japan) 38
Shochu Gold (Japan) 38
Sake (200ml) 78
Allesverloren Ruby Port 34
Bredells Cape Vintage Port 45