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  • A Mari

    A MARI means 'From The Ocean' in Latin MARI means 'From The Ocean' in Latin.

  • Alphabetical Wines

    Alphabetical Wnes - While the wine inside the bottle remains the same popular red blend as always, the label has been subtly adjusted.

  • Anura Wines

    The Bouma family purchased the Anura Vineyards estate in 1989. For 10 years Tymen developed the farm from the original 2 blocks of vineyards into 150 hectares of vines, with a production potential of 700 tons.

  • Ataraxia Wines

    Ataraxia was founded in 2004. Husband and wife team, Kevin and Hanli, in partnership with a few friends, purchased 50 hectares of prime vineyard land. The landscape in which Ataraxia is situated, called The Skyfields is unique, lying as it does on the most elevated section of the Hemel-en-Aarde area. Nestled on this commanding rise beneath the soaring BabylonsToren mountain range, our vineyards are planted on some of the most spectacular terroirs South Africa has to offer. It is a place where wines of incredible finesse, balance and depth are crafted, that proudly hold their own in the international arena.

  • Aurelia Wines

    Lukas graduated from Elsenburg Agricultural College in 1997 as qualified winemaker.

  • Botanica Wines

    In August 2009 we began planting our first vineyards. Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvingon and Merlot. In 2010 we finished our planting with more Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot along with Cabernet Franc. We selected a small block that is our coolest site for some Pinot Noir. 2015 we harvested roughly 30 tons in total of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot!

  • D'Aria Wines

    D’Aria Vineyards (Wines) comprises two wine farms, namely Doordekraal and Springfield.

  • De Meye Wines

    De Meye is a family-owned, boutique winery situated in Stellenbosch sub-region known as Greater Simonsberg, one of South Africa's most prestigious wine regions, with neighbours such as Simonsig, Kanonkop, Warwick and Hoopenburg.

  • Domaine des Dieux

    The farm was bought in 2002 by two wine lovers with a dream. A combination of good quality grapes, much patience and a love of champagne set the stage for Domaine des Dieux to officially become the first producer of MCC in the Hemel en Aarde region. The dream had become a reality.

  • Driehoek Wines

    Driehoek 2010 Shiraz a Top Twelve Winner in the SA Shiraz Wine Challenge 2013!

  • Eikendal Wines

    Situated in the Cape Winelands are the barrel-vaulted cellar buildings of Eikendal Vineyards, which form a distinctive landmark on the R44 route between the historic university town of Stellenbosch and Somerset West.

  • Fable Mountain Vineyards

    We believe in a diversified farm system promoting both stability and fertility. As part of this system we have integrated animals onto the farm. We have a herd of indigenous Nguni cattle, Merino sheep and a few unruly pigs.

    All our animals are pasture fed, and are completely free range. They have a shepherd who looks after them during the day and at night they are kept in an enclosure to help keep them safe from leopards, caracals and foxes.

    The animal manure is used in our soil health program. They are allowed to graze the vineyards in winter, and in the summer we use their manure combined with garden and winery waste to generate compost.

  • Groote Post Wines

    Third and fourth generation dairymen, Peter and Nick Pentz are hoping that like cream, their Groote Post wines will come out on top.

  • Journey's End

    Journey’s End Estate is a stunning boutique winery and vineyard located in the Stellenbosch region of South Africa. The estate benefits from south-facing slopes and cool coastal breezes, producing a tiny quantity of hand-crafted premium wines.

  • Louis Wines

    I make all kinds of wines, and I will not be tied down to a certain style or category. I make wines people like, not wines I want people to like.

  • Maastricht Wines

    Winemaking lies in the blood of the Louw family. We have been involved in making wine in Durbanville over many decades. In 1982, Wheaty Louw, then a young 22 years old, and his brother Tienie Louw bought the farm.

  • Miles Mossop Wines

    It is a family business with Miles Mossop (winemaker at Tokara winery) as winemaker and viticulturist.

  • Mooiplaas Wines

    Mooiplaas produce a range of Environmentally Friendly Wines rooted in tradition and artisan techniques to reflect our unique terroir.

  • Môreson Wines

    We believe that magic is what happens when all our hard work, passion, love, laughter, disappointments, tears, frustration and long (long) hours combine to form an exquisite bottle of Môreson wine.

  • Nico van der Merwe Wines

    You will find the home and boutique winery of Nico van der Merwe Wines situated on the Polkadraai Road between Stellenbosch and Kuils River.

  • Painted Wolf Wines

    Jeremy has over 20 years experience working with wineries in USA, UK and here in South Africa.

  • Post House Wines

    Hermann Gebers bought the Post House Wines farm in the picturesque area between the towns of Somerset West and Stellenbosch in 1981.

  • Quando Wines

    Quando is a family business, with brothers Fanus and Martin Bruwer as sixth generation descendants of the Bruére family, who settled here from France in the mid 1700's.

  • Rickety Bridge

    The Franschhoek wine estate, Rickety Bridge, has a winemaking history dating back to the 17th century. It was once part of the original La Provence farm granted to the first French Huguenots who settled in Oliphantshoek and renamed the area, Franschhoek. Over the years La Provence was subdivided and in 1797 the land which is now known as Rickety Bridge wine estate was granted to the widow, Paulina De Villiers.

  • Seven Springs Wines

    Seven Springs Vineyard is a premium wine producer, situated on the R320 Hemel en Aarde Valley road, between the seaside town of Hermanus and the Spa Town of Caledon, in the picturesque Western Cape, South Africa.

  • Signal Hill Wines

    SIGNAL HILL is one of the leading wineries of South Africa. Located in the heart of Cape Town, on the tip of the African Continent, SIGNAL HILL is the only city winery in the middle of a capital of the world.

  • Stark-Condé Wines

    Stark-Condé Wines - I never went to school to study winemaking but rather did my time reading books and experimenting along the way. I'm pretty stubborn, which turns out to be a good thing.

  • Strydom Wines

    "The Strydom family have been growing grapes on their property in Stellenbosch since 2006. Even though most of the grapes are sold to high end producers, a small part was always kept aside to experiment with for their own label “one day”.

  • The Berrio Wines

    There is a strong tradition in The Berrio vineyards near the southernmost tip of Africa. Each day we thank God for the wind.

  • Valdo Presecco

    The history of Prosecco Valdo began in 1926, when a group of enterprising winemakers from Valdobbiadene decided to join forces creating the Società Anonima Vini Superiori. A company principally devoted to sparkling wine production of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore and Cartizze.

  • Waverley Hills Wines

    Waverley Hills Wines are best known for producing organic wines with a unique style, extremely smooth with soft ripe tannins and robust fynbos characteristic. We also produce a range of organic olive products.

  • Weltevrede Wines

    The Jonker family has lived on Weltevrede since 1912. The estate was founded by Klaas Jonker, whose pioneering soul led him to plant the first vines in the area. In the 1930’s Weltevrede was inherited by his son, Japie Jonker, who in 1933 began wine farming on Weltevrede. Japie expanded the winery of Weltevrede to accommodate the growing grape production.

  • Zevenwacht

    Situated on the Stellenbosch Wine Route, Zevenwacht has viticultural roots which penetrate deep into the historic past of South Africa. While literally meaning Seven Expectations, the name Zevenwacht exemplifies the abundant delights which await visitors to the Farm. A leader in wine tourism, Zevenwacht was one of the first Wine Estates to establish a restaurant, hotel and conference facility, Cheesery and Spa on the Estate.

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