519 Christina de Wit Street, Prince Albert
Accommodation in Prince Albert

Wine, Drinks & Scotch

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Yellow House EAT Wine List

These following wines have found their way into our cellar … and we would like to share them with you …

Ken Forrester Sparklehorse Cap Classique (R320)

A Chenin Blanc bubbly, with a creaminess and a delicate mousse, but crisp and dry finish.
The exuberant presentation paves the way for great celebrations – Stellenbosch

Cape Point Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc – also available by the glass (R180 / R45)
A coastal, minerally white, with some fruit and the added bonus of being low in alcohol – Cape Town

Doolhof Sauvignon Blank – also available by the glass (R165 / R40)
A beautiful, pale yellow-green wine with figs and gooseberries hidden in its taste layers – Wellington

Cape Town Wine Co Chardonnay – also available by the glass (R180 / R45)
A beautiful, pale yellow-green wine with figs and gooseberries hidden in its taste layers – Wellington

Olifantsberg Grenache Rosé (R220)
A layered and complex rosé, with notes of blood orange, raspberries and flowers, carrying into
a lasting citrussy finish – Worcester

Raats Pinot Noir (R420)
Elegant, charming, floral and light in style, with an abundance of ripe red berries, juicy
strawberries and subtle spices on the nose which follow through on the palate where it
marries perfectly with a savoury meatiness – Stellenbosch

Blue Owl Cabernet Sauvignon – also available by the glass (R180 / R55)
Dark red in the glass and cherry and leather on the nose plus a whiff of cocoa. A great cab
with lots of fruit – Franschhoek

Cape Town Wine Company Shiraz – also available by the glass (R180 / R55)
On the nose a deliciously combination of white pepper and cocoa, and on the palate, juicy fruit,
more cocoa and soft tannins – Cape Town

Hartenberg Doorkeeper Shiraz (R220)
Fine white pepper, dark forest berries and whiffs of caramel on the nose. The palate displays
blackberries and cranberries with a savoury touch. Fine tannins allow for a long finish – Stellenbosch


Drinks List

Cold Drinks

Coke & Coke Light (R20)
Appletizer & Grapetizer (R25)
Fanta Orange (R20)
Sprite & Sprite Zero (R20)
Iced Tea (Home made, Apple & Cinnamon) (R25)
Water, 1L Still or Sparkling (R30)
Swartberg Mountain Water, Carafe (R20)
Cola Tonic (R30)
Rock Shandy (R40)
Bloody Mary (R40)
Lime Cordial (R7,50)

Milkshakes (Not available at night)

Cinnamon Chai (R55)
Salted Caramel (R55)
Chocolate Honeycomb (R70)
Coffee (R60)
Malva (R60)
Peanut & Banana (R60)
Strawberry & Blueberry (R65)


Windhoek Draught (R35) 
Heineken (R35) 
Castle Light (R30)
Black Label (R30)
Tafel Lager (R30) 
Savanna Dry/Light/Zero (R35)

Hunter’s Gold (R30)
Hunter’s Dry (R30)
Heineken Zero (R35)
Bavaria Zero (R35)

Whiskey (Please also see our Single Malt Tasting Menu)

Jameson 30 
Bains 25 
Famous Grouse 20
Johnny Walker Red 20


Boplaas Potstill (R40)
Klipdrift Premium (R20)
KWV 3 Year (R15)

Gin Six Dogs Blue (R35)
Hendricks (R35)
Victoria Dry (R30)
Black Mountain Karoo Dry (R30)


Captain Morgan (R25)
Red Heart (R25)


Scotch Whisky Selection

Shackleton Blended Malt (R65)
Whisky Region: Scottish Highlands
A modern blend inspired by the whisky discovered in Sir Ernest Shackleton’s base camp of his 1907 Antarctic expedition. A warm blend of fire smoke, spice, dried fruit & vanilla.

Johnny Walker Green Label 15 (R105)
Whisky Region: Speyside, Highland, Lowland & Scottish Islands.
Matured in European & American Oak Casks. A Single Malt blend from the corners of Scotland: Talisker, Linkwood, Cragganmore, Caol Ila.
Matured for at least 15 years.

Glenfiddich 21 Reserva R275
Whisky Region: Speyside, Scotland
Matured in American & European Oak Casks for a total of 21 Years then finished in Caribbean Reserva Rum Casks for 4 months. A traditional Speyside whisky finished in barrels that previously held Glenfiddich’s own unique Caribbean rum made from an exclusive recipe from several tropical islands.

Highland Park 12 (R125)
Whisky Region: Orkney Islands, Scotland
Matured in Sherry Oak Casks from Spain for 12 Years. Highland Park is Scotland’s most northerly distillery. The barley is smoked with peat and the malt is turned by hand.

Laphroaig QA Cask (R115)
Whisky Region: Island of Islay, Scotland
Matured in used Bourbon Casks then finished in Quercus Alba Casks. Laphroaig is known for its bold, smoky taste, seaweed and pungent earthy aromas with some
surprising sweetness. The Quercus Alba cask is a much so􀅌er and sweeter Laphroaig.

Talisker 10 (R95)
Whisky Region: Isle of Skye, Scotland
Matured in American Oak Casks for 10 Years. Talisker is the only distillery on the Isle of Skye. Made by the sea in every sense with powerful peat smoke and a maritime character.