Add some extra sizzle to summer with Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown as the secret ingredient to a fish braai.
Fish is definitely meant for braaing and by adding a touch of Sedgwick’s you’ll discover just how versatile South Africa’s most iconic fortified wine is.
Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown, launched in 1916, is named after Captain James Sedgwick, master of the famous tea clipper Undine. Legend has it that when he retired at the Cape in 1853, he was the centre of attraction at his tavern, The Captain’s Rooms, where sailors on shore leave gathered to hear his tales of the high seas. That charisma and spirit of adventure to this day lives on in Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown.
Try this delicious way of braaing snoek and gather your friends for a feast! And for something refreshing to enjoy whilst you wait, simply add a tot of Sedgwick’s to 200ml of ginger ale or lemonade and plenty of ice. It really is that easy!