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Editor Andrew Arnott

Andrew Arnott

Andrew studied Literature and Sociology at UCT before setting off on a global trek that saw him working under the seas of the Caribbean, on the snow covered slopes of the Canadian Rockies and writing for a variety of financial and travel institutions. Now at home in Cape Town, Andrew’s passions for wine and writing are married on this blog.

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Flagstone’s 2018 Michelangelo Awards

Award season is in full swing and the medals are coming in thick and fast for Flagstone Wines. 

The Michelangelo Awards is the largest wine and spirits competition on the African continent. Since its inception Michelangelo has differentiated itself from other competitions in using a judging panel comprising a majority of international wine and spirits experts. For this year’s judging, 30 judges from 16 nationalities were called upon to score the record number of entries.

Lorraine Immelman, founder and CEO of the Michelangelo Awards says that the judges were unanimous in their view that South Africa was making the finest wines in its history.

“This year’s judges included British Masters of Wine, sommeliers, wine and spirits producers, educators, spirits experts and influential journalists from Europe, the Far East and the Americas, some of whom have judged on numerous Michelangelo Awards panels in the past,” says Immelman. “The quality of wines are at a noticeable all-time high."

Flagstone's Wines brought home 2 Double Gold Medals and 7 Gold Medals:

Double Gold

Flagstone Music Room Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Flagstone Word of Mouth Viognier 2018


Flagstone Dark Horse Shiraz 2015

Flagstone Writers Block Pinotage 2016

Flagstone Tributary Chenin Blanc 2017

Flagstone Truth Tree Pinotage 2017

Flagstone Fiona Pinot Noir 2016

Flagstone Treaty Tree Cab Sauv/Malbec/Merlot 2016

Flagstone Poetry Cinsault Rosé 2018

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