An extract from “Beyond the bratwurst – and boerewors – curtain” by Nikki Werner. Bruce Jack comes to the rescue of South Africa’s Riesling reputation:
“Our bottle of Julian Haart Mosel Riesling is poured – also Heinzelmann’s suggestion – and I make a deprecating comment about South African riesling. “Come on, Bruce Jack made a perfect riesling,” counters Heinzelmann, referring to Jack & Knox Frostline, launched in 2003 but no longer produced. Impressive. There’s certainly no doubt about Heinzelmann’s credentials, which include sommelier, chef (Michelin starred no less), award-winning journalist (she twice won the Sophie Coe prize in food history) and cheese expert.”
Read the rest of the Mail & Guardian article.
Also look out for this month’s Woolworth’s TASTE Magazine – ‘There are still Mysteries’ is featured as Overture sommerlier, Thembi Veremu’s Wine of the Month