13 November 2009

Whales, Fish'n'Chips and .......

Hermanus is where the whales are and before spending some time viewing them from the rocks what is better than Rich Man’s Fish and Chips at the Marine Hotel?

But where is the Pinotage? I hear you ask. Top right, in the flute. We order, as usual, a bottle of Villiera Brut Tradition, a methode champenoise sparkler with an amazing amount of tiny bubbles that cease only on streaming up to explode on the surface when the glass is emptied. One of the components of this delightfully zesty toasty fizz is Pinotage.


1 comment:

  1. Looks bloody delicous. I'm forced to pay $20 USD for exotic fish'n'chips here in Korea. REally miss Fish and Chips from home in New Zealand. Usually I have a Sav Blanc but I'll try a bubbly red with FnC next time. We have Barokes Bubbly Cab Sav and Merlot in a Can here. See June Post on my blog for pics and tasting notes. www.winekorea.blogspot.com

    Cheers, Josh.