Van Loveren

Tangled Tree range of wine

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5 cultivars in range: Sauvignon blanc, Chardonnay, Rose, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz

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Apart from the fabulous taste and quality, by enjoying this range you lower your own carbon footprint. Plus it is the ideal wine to take to outdoor concerts, picnics, tracking Africa – anywhere where glass don’t make sense

Easy drinking – see brand pack for flavours of each cultivars

Green – It helps you lower your carbon footprint and go a little greener every day
Tangled Tree loves travelling – is takes up less space, does not break and is a lot lighter (weight)

The famed tangled tree of Van Loveren, which served as inspiration for this new range, started a tradition of planting trees to mark significant events. In 1941 Jean Retief ordered a Rhus Lancea tree from KwaZulu-Natal. Her husband Hennie was convinced that it was no different from the Karee that grew along their river and planted a shoot next to her tree. Their two identical trees have since intertwined into one magnificent tree which has come to symbolize their love for each other. The PET range boasts a lower carbon footprint and also loves travelling and the outdoors (see brand deck also e-mailed)

Wine Farm Contact
Bonita Malherbe
+27 (023) 615 1505

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Cape Town Insiders’ Review Of The Wine

I love this travel happy brand from the Van Loveren family. The quirky branding, travel-positive packaging and the environmental focus make this my go-to wine for picnics and outdoor events. The range includes the Tropical Sauvignon Blanc, the Butterscotch Chardonnay, the Moscato Rose, the Chocolate Cabernet Sauvignon and the Spicy Shiraz – there’s something for everyone!

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