SOMMELIER + HIS & HER OPINIONS

OakVilla Wine Cellar Shenanigans​

Navigating our way through seriously good wine and food.  Each bottle entering the OakVilla Cellar will be firstly reviewed by a professional sommelier from our local wine hero @Harperwells. Secondly a review by the Lord of the Cellar followed by a review by the Lady of the Cellar. Our opinions are our own and we hope that they will add a splash of excitement to navigating your own way through our Cellar.

GIN DISTILLERY + RESTAURANT + WINE CELLAR = OAKVILLA

It wouldn’t be appropriate to start this sentence with a hiccup nor would it be decent to slur our words as we type.  We have narrowed the OakVilla Cellar selection down to 11 bottles from the Sunny South Africa, 7 from Australia, 7 from Chile, 2 from Argentina, 3 from the USA, 19 from France, 9 from Spain, 14 from Italy, 3 from New Zealand and 1 German.  That is a staggering lineup of 76 varieties of wines within the OakVilla wine Cellar.  

Hiccup.  

 Keep an eye on the Blog for the three way tasting notes (His, hers and the Sommeliers).

Cuvée Papale Chateauneuf-du-Pape

Cuvée Papale Chateauneuf-du-Pape

A very bizare law that prohibits flying over, landing, or taking off of flying saucers remain in place for just...

by lindih17th April 2021
False Bay ‘Whole Bunch’ Cinsault Mourvèdre Rosé

False Bay ‘Whole Bunch’ Cinsault Mourvèdre Rosé

False Bay Rosé is made by Waterkloof's talented young Cellar Master Nadia Barnard.  Nadia studied a Bachelor of Science in...

by lindih12nd April 2021
Percheron Old Vine Cinsault

Percheron Old Vine Cinsault

Allow us to pour a glass of Percheron Old Vine Cinsault while we introduce winemaker Ryno Booysen.  Ryno studied Microbiology...

by lindih126th March 2021
Percheron Chenin Blanc Viognier

Percheron Chenin Blanc Viognier

House White at OakVilla RestaurantPercheron Chenin Blanc Viognier Percheron a fine horse breed grace the label of this sleek bottle...

by lindih120th March 2021
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