Oldenburg and DeMorgenzon dazzle at International Wine Challenge, London

iwc2014TEN YEARS ago Oldenburg Vineyards in Banghoek outside Stellenbosch en route to Franschhoek hadn’t yet bottled their first wine. Today they have a growing reputation for good Chenin, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, two of which have excelled at one of the world’s biggest wine shows, now in its 32nd year…

Also stepping into the spotlight more than once at the 2015 International Wine Challenge awards function was DeMorgenzon, whose 2014 Reserve Chenin was judged to be the best example of the variety at a show contested by producers from 47 countries.


Cape Point Isliedh 2013 – Sauvignon & Semillon
Cederberg Sauvignon Blanc 2014
Constantia Glen Two 2014 – Sauvignon & Semillon
DeMorgenzon Reserve Chenin Blanc 2014
Flagstone Free Run Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Nederburg Winemaster’s Res NLH 2013 – Dessert wine, Chenin & Muscat
Mon Vieux ‘Hell’s Heights’ Sauvignon Blanc 2014 – Export Only
Oldenburg Chenin Blanc 2013
Oldenburg Syrah 2012
Paul Cluver Marks & Spencer Riesling NLH 2013
– Dessert wine
Saronsberg Full Circle 2013
– Shiraz-based Rhône-style Blend
Sutherland Chardonnay 2012 – By Thelema
Vergelegen Chardonnay Reserve 2013

For more info about the Challenge, click here. For the prices of the trophy winners, other gold medallists as well as the silver medal laureates, click here.