5 Thrilling Wines for Halloween

Whether your staying in your house or venturing out with all the Halloween spooks, these Ghostly wines will sure to leave you with a happy chill down your spine.

Flat Roof Manor

Beware of black cats! Luckily the labels of the Flat Roof Manor wine range represent a white cat. While it might not be terribly spooky the label can add a bit of kitsch to your Halloween spread. The light and easy-to-drink wines of Flat Roof Manor are inexpensive, which make them a great choice for parties.


The label might not be scary but the name sure is. Produced by Oak Valley Wine Estate in Elgin the 2 wines retail at bone-chilling prices. The 2010 Rawbones Wish Bone White is R45.00 per bottle and the 2008 Rawbones Butcher’s Block sells for R55.00.

21 Gables

Forget about 7 Gables, thanks to Spier you can now picture the most spookiest house with no less than 21 gables. Dating back to 1692, Spier is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms. This alone makes them the perfect candidate for looming ghosts. The spine-tingling collection consist out of Chenin Blanc and Pinotage. Once the wine bottles are empty you will be left horrified, it’s that tasty.

Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry

The Hitchhiker and Steven King’s “Christine” springs to mind when you look at these labels. Fully loaded with only the juiciest, plumbest, and tastiest wine grapes this wine range will drive all your horror scenes to hell and back.

Matt Black

Skeleton, Pirates and a haunted ship. The Matt Black Red and  Sauvignon Blanc 2011 is as yummy as Captain Jack Sparrow but, be careful! A bottle or two might just turn you into a zombie.