Fairview Winery

Fairview Estate is a third generation family owned farm, located on the slopes of Paarl Mountain in the magnificent winelands of the Cape of Good Hope. With a winemaking heritage reaching back to 1693, Fairview is a respected and awarded producer and has been bottling wine under its own label since 1974. During this time the farm has developed a reputation as one of South Africa 's leading wine producers. Under the guidance of owner Charles Back, who joined his father at the farm in 1978, Fairview's range of innovative and award winning wines has not only carved out a strong position in the market but has also helped to strengthen the reputation of South African wines in international markets including the United States.

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Fairview Goats do Roam White 2016
"Light bright green color in the glass, medium bodied wine with aromas of apricots, pear and white blossom on the nose. Lingering citrus on the palate with a zesty acidity."-Winemaker's Notes  "Respected South African winery Fairview owner/vintner Charles Back has built what started as a single

Fairview Goats do Roam White 2010
"Intense aromas of soft pear and litchi accompanied by floral notes and coconut hints. A rounded palate shows rich apricot and marzipan with a slight oily texture on the finish, balanced well by fruit-driven freshness. Viognier 68%, Roussanne 17%, Grenache Blanc 15%" ~ Winery Notes

Fairview Shiraz 2007
 "Vibrant, deep red color. The wine shows characteristic aromas of deep black cherry fruit and cedar and clove spiciness. Mouthfeel is full, with vibrant fruit flavors following through from the nose. The wine shows good structure, with an approachable balance of fruit acid and supple tannins with

Fairview Goats do Roam Red 2015
"Bright ruby in the glass. Plums and red berry with cinnamon spice aromas. Medium bodied with silky, juicy tannin and subtle spice on the palate."-Winemaker's Notes  "Respected South African winery Fairview owner/vintner Charles Back has built what started as a single red blend named Goats do Roam

Fairview Goat-Roti Red 2006
 "When blending Shiraz and Viognier it is essential to co-ferment the grapes, as opposed to blending the finished wine which generally tends to have a diluting effect. Co-fermented grapes have a positive impact, as the use of Viognier improves colour, softens and elaborates the tannin and gives a