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Tall Horse Rose Wine 75 cl (Case of 6) £12.07 (Prime) £16.56 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Tall Horse Rose Wine 75 cl (Case of 6) £12.07 (Prime) £16.56 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 10th Oct

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Tall Horse wines are fresh and fruity and made in the Western Cape of South Africa. A strawberry scented Rose.

- 12.5 % Vol
- Fresh strwaberry aromas.
- Red berry flavours with a hint of spice.
- Serve at picnics or summer parties or with grilled fish.
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Done it. I'm 99% sure I'll be getting an email apologising for the misprice but what the hell....
Thank you and fingers crossed.
Great price @Frank30uk and heat Very tempting...
Had nothing but cancellations from Amazon recently
Last one like this was cancelled but gave it a try
I've noticed Amazon take the funds immediately now. They used to wait until goods dispatched which was better imo
Just tried to order -wont let me
In before the lock out
Frank30uk10/10/2019 17:24

Did you bite @idontflycathay


In it to win Not this time as I notice it was toos and I'm limiting my spending until BF
Damn been waiting on an Amazon wine deal for a while!!
Bought a few bottles of various Tall Horse wine from the OK supermarket in Gansbaai last Easter. Just 39 Rand (£2.09) a bottle for reasonably gluggable plonk. If Amazon do honour this deal, you're getting it for true South African prices!
ataripower10/10/2019 17:17

I've noticed Amazon take the funds immediately now. They used to wait …I've noticed Amazon take the funds immediately now. They used to wait until goods dispatched which was better imo


Had a conversation with customer services last night about this that just said the funds are on hold, I told them they really are not as the money has been taken from my account, complete waste of time talking to them and asked for a call back today from them and have heard nothing,
Joe90_guy10/10/2019 18:09

Bought a few bottles of various Tall Horse wine from the OK supermarket in …Bought a few bottles of various Tall Horse wine from the OK supermarket in Gansbaai last Easter. Just 39 Rand (£2.09) a bottle for reasonably gluggable plonk. If Amazon do honour this deal, you're getting it for true South African prices!


That's the only reason to drink this - if its REALLY cheap. I tried a couple of their whites when I was out there and was hugely underwhelmed - really bland - but it was cheap, though there were plenty of wines at similar prices that were way better!
woldranger10/10/2019 18:46

That's the only reason to drink this - if its REALLY cheap. I tried a …That's the only reason to drink this - if its REALLY cheap. I tried a couple of their whites when I was out there and was hugely underwhelmed - really bland - but it was cheap, though there were plenty of wines at similar prices that were way better!


TBH, I hardly ever drink white & rosé so you may well be right.

However, the Tall Horse Shiraz, Merlot & Pinotage are IMO decent 'factory made', good value, drinkable red wines. I don't say this in a pejorative sense. A lot of the stuff that comes out of the Western Cape wine district is made on an 'industrial' scale & is none the worse for it.

Back again to ZA for a month in three weeks time. Will be glad to escape the inevitable chaos that will ensue on November 1st!
Joe90_guy10/10/2019 19:14

TBH, I hardly ever drink white & rosé so you may well be right.However, …TBH, I hardly ever drink white & rosé so you may well be right.However, the Tall Horse Shiraz, Merlot & Pinotage are IMO decent 'factory made', good value, drinkable red wines. I don't say this in a pejorative sense. A lot of the stuff that comes out of the Western Cape wine district is made on an 'industrial' scale & is none the worse for it.Back again to ZA for a month in three weeks time. Will be glad to escape the inevitable chaos that will ensue on November 1st!


Fair enough. As for going back - rather you than me. I didn't a couple of months traveling around from December and it really wasn't for me. I much preferred Mozam and Zim. Each to their own though.
woldranger10/10/2019 19:19

Fair enough. As for going back - rather you than me. I didn't a couple of …Fair enough. As for going back - rather you than me. I didn't a couple of months traveling around from December and it really wasn't for me. I much preferred Mozam and Zim. Each to their own though.


December to February in South Africa is WAYYYY too hot for any self-respecting Brit! However November & March, when we go, are nigh on perfect.

Also I've found that just going to one place, as opposed to travelling around, suits us better these days.

Not been to Zim but I've talked to loads of waiters (usually highly educated!) in South Africa which come from there. They tell me it's good but very expensive as everything is priced in US dollars.

Never considered Mozambique. Given that when we were last in ZA, it had just been ravaged by two mammoth cyclones, I think I might give it a miss!
Joe90_guy10/10/2019 19:42

December to February in South Africa is WAYYYY too hot for any …December to February in South Africa is WAYYYY too hot for any self-respecting Brit! However November & March, when we go, are nigh on perfect.Also I've found that just going to one place, as opposed to travelling around, suits us better these days.Not been to Zim but I've talked to loads of waiters (usually highly educated!) in South Africa which come from there. They tell me it's good but very expensive as everything is priced in US dollars. Never considered Mozambique. Given that when we were last in ZA, it had just been ravaged by two mammoth cyclones, I think I might give it a miss!


It wasn't that hot - didn't bother me at all - the rain was the biggest issue, well apart from the racism - but this really isn't the forum for that topic!

Zim was the cheapest place I travelled through in 6 months - if you're a "money no object, I'm on holiday" type, then you'll end up paying in dollars and it is more expensive than it should be, but still cheaper than SA.

I arrived in Mozam a few days after the second hurricane and.....nothing. No issues unless you were going to travel to the specific areas where it hit.

Anyway, those of you who ordered this, at least you'll get some goodwill credit!
ataripower10/10/2019 17:17

I've noticed Amazon take the funds immediately now. They used to wait …I've noticed Amazon take the funds immediately now. They used to wait until goods dispatched which was better imo


Probably in response to People buying low priced items along with a pre order item then cancelling the pre order after the low price item lands.
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