|There are two basic types of South African
Brandy. They are:
- Vintage brandy which is a blend of a minimum 30% of pot still brandy (aged a minimum 3 years) and a maximum of 70% of continous still product (aged a minimum of 8 years). In addition there is a limit on the size of the oak casks using for the ageing.
- Pot still brandy must contain at least 90% distillate from a pot still. The rest is reserved for additives and distilled water. Minimum ageing is 3 years.
The South African brandies are characterized by a very rich aromas and high quality.
|Producer selection||Product selection|
|Lusan Premium Wines||Uitkyk's Ten-year-old|
|Paarl 5 Star|
|Edward Snell||Wellington VO|
|UDV||Bertrams Very Old|
|Distillers Corporation||Oude Meester Souverein 38%, Oude Molen VOV 14-years old, Oude Molen 100 Reserve, Commando, Klipdrift, Viceroy, Richelieu, Tribute|
|KWV||KWV Brandy 20 year 38.3%, KWV Brandy VSOP 40%, Imoya VSOP Fine Grape Alambic|
25 May 2001
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