Tag Archives: Long Neck

Archie Cameron (Long Neck Wines) talks to Curious Wines

Long Neck Wines have been with us from the beginning. The instantly recognisable packaging is only the start, as they are wines that genuinely live up to their price tag and help keep South Africa’s reputation as a trustworthy producer of quality wines firmly intact. Credit must go to the purchasing expertise of head wine …

Tasting Video: Long Neck Sauvignon Blanc 2009

When it comes to quality inexpensive wine, South Africa is hard to beat. The Long Neck range, starting with the Sauvignon Blanc, delivers just that. If you tasted a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc at the same price against this, it may well struggle to hold its own. To view product page and for more details, …

June contest: Adopt a giraffe

You may have noticed the rather long-necked star of our homepage promotional banners for May, licking a bottle of the Western Cape’s finest. This is Leila, the adopted giraffe and mascot of Long Neck Wines, from South Africa. Leila has been hand-raised by zoo staff in the modern East London Zoo on South Africa’s east …

Are you having a Giraffe…?

As you may already know from our recent Wine for Dummies post, South African wines are increasingly winning high praise and recognition for their quality on the international stage, and being in the business myself, it’s obvious that Irish consumers are well aware of what this fascinating country has to offer. Long Neck produces the …

Curious party blows a fuse

Set to take Bandon, Cork and Ireland by storm, the Curious party had been meticulously planned to perfection. The heat lamps were set, the food was plated and the wine was waiting to be opened. Half an hour before our first guests arrived we were plunged into darkness. Panic set in. Should we get our …