The Cape Club is a Sydney-based wine club and makes available South African Wines - imported from South Africa by Africape Wines - and select products for the benefit of their Members. They also run wine estate tours in South Africa.
The Cape Club is committed to create a worthwhile incredibly successful club delivering exclusive and familiar pre-selected products at most competitive preferential prices to their distinguished Club Members, through professional and dedicated business partners.
Wines from South Africa's Iconic Estates - sip superb wines made available through the association with Africape Wines 'A bit of Africa in every drop' Meerlust, Kanonkop, Vergelegen, Rust en Vrede, Beyerskloof, Boschendal, Warwick, and many more.
Beers from Namibia as well - see selection in Wine Shop currently available with more arriving daily.
Wine Estate Tours - South African Iconic Wine Estate Tours with a dash of cookery lessons. Thanks to their association with The Africa Safari Company 'The Heart and Soul of Africa', you will enjoy personal introductions to the Winemakers who make your favourite wines and wonderful cookery lessons.
Email Jean for an itinerary. The next tour is scheduled for early March 2010.
Leather Safari luggage - Byo leather wine holders in association with Melvill and Moon Safari Equippers and Suppliers 'The romance of an age gone by'.
Zebra, kudu, impala skins/rugs - now available across Australia. All skins, hides and rugs come with CITES and customs certificates. Super A Grade glossy sheen
Wine Tasting events and special guest dinners and much more!
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