Article written by Myrna Robins
© Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) Saturday 02 April 2011

Just occasionally, one comes across a vinous operation where diverse strands have been woven into a tapestry of truly impressive synergy.

It’s not often that this column focuses on wines with cellar door prices averaging more than R200, as not only is this more than most are willing to pay but the products don’t always merit their price tags.

Avondale offers an exception with its carefully crafted and themed range, where viticultural practices – fine-tuned to sustain a flourishing ecosystem – have contributed substantially to results.

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