Grande Provence Estate wears her 325-year history with dignity. Sitting in the magnificent Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Western Cape, her lush vines spread across 47-acres with gentle vistas over the valley floor, with the rugged mountains beyond. This is heartland South African wine country at its very finest.
Bartinney is set on the dramatic slopes of Botmanskop alongside the Helshoogte Pass overlooking the picturesque Banhoek Valley in Stellenbosch. Michael and Rose Jordaan repurchased the 27 ha family farm in 2006 after it had been sold out of family hand 9 years before, with a vision to create excellent wines and reawaken the charm of the historic land.
De Waal is renowned for the classic style of its Pinotage wines, the only indigenous South African grape variety. CT de Waal, a member of this family, was the first person to make wine from Pinotage grapes in 1941. Uiterwyk is also the home of Top of the Hill Pinotage, made from the oldest Pinotage vines in the world.
Stellekaya is a privately owned boutique wine producer situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands.
Their cellar is located in the famous town of Stellenbosch and we source all of our grapes from producers in this appellation.
It’s hard not to notice Org de Rac Organic Wine Estate when you cross the Berg River towards Piketberg on the N7. Just the sight of the vineyards on the hillside already anticipates a hearty welcome, fine wine, good clean country air and life in abundance.
Founded in 1906, in the fertile valley known as Het Land van Waveren, Tulbagh Winery has been producing quality wines ever since.
Producing some of the country’s best, Tulbagh Wines cover the full spectrum of South Africa’s best cultivars with the emphasis on fruity blends that reflect the friendliness of the region.
We are proud of the achievements that Tulbagh has reached over the years. Our wines are offered with pride and served with confidence. Old world value combined with fresh, modern look to appeal to a new generation of consumer.
Post House wines are perhaps the darkest coloured wine to be found anywhere. The objective is to interfere as little as possible in the creation of the wine making process. We use traditional wine making methods including natural yeast fermentation, basket pressing and no fining or filtering.