Warwick Estate's Wine, 'Three Cape Ladies', Chosen as the James ‘RED WINE OF CHOICE’

James Bond makes no secret about his choice of wine with Warwick’s ‘Three Cape Ladies’ red blend as his preferred drink for seducing the lovely Felicity Willing in the newly released novel by Jeffrey Deaver. The novel, Carte Blanche, hit bookstores around the world today.

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(PRWEB) June 02, 2011

San Francisco, CA: James Bond makes no secret about his choice of wine with Warwick’s ‘Three Cape Ladies’ red blend his preferred drink for seducing the lovely Felicity Willing in the newly released novel by Jeffrey Deaver. The novel, Carte Blanche, hit bookstores around the world today.

In what has become classic Bond, 007 mingles with the sexiest women in the world – both good and bad in a carefully managed plot guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Warwick is featured in a scene where Bond pops the corks and is clearly pleased with his wine choice, “Three Cape Ladies, a red blend from Muldersvlei in the Cape. Bond knew its reputation. He took out the cork and poured. They sat on the sofa and sipped. “Wonderful” he said.

For the first time, Cape Town and Franschohoek in South Africa are featured heavily throughout the novel with their multiple exotic locations and exalted post World Cup reputation perfectly positioned to capture the interest of aspiring Bond fans everywhere. Shooting of the new movie – it is rumored - commences in South Africa in September 2011.

Warwick is a family-owned and run South African Wine producing world class wines since. Warwick ‘Three Cape Ladies’ is available in fine wine stores and top restaurants around the world.

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