• A Mari Gin

    A Mari Gin

    A Mari translates as ‘from the sea' in Latin. These beautiful gins are distilled with pristine ocean water to enhance the botanical flavours, giving them a distinctively smooth finish and delicately balanced taste.

  • Anura


    Until Anura's first vintage in 2001, all grapes were sold to neighbouring estates.

  • Arendsig


    Arendsig (Eagleview) is a privately owned farm with its own vineyards and boutique cellar situated in the (southern part) foot hills of the Robertson Valley.

  • Ataraxia


    Greek for “a serene state of mind, free from worry and preoccupation”, Ataraxia lives up to the hype. Aptly called The Skyfields, Ataraxia Wines is perfectly positioned on a commanding rise in the beautiful Hemel-en-Aarde wine-growing area.

  • Aurelia


    Lucas then worked for 3 years (1998 – 2000) at La Motte Wine Estate in Franschhoek as assistant winemaker to Jacques Borman.

  • B Vintners

    B Vintners

    In celebration of their Bruwer family heritage cousins, Bruwer Raats and Gavin Bruwer Slabbert created Bruwer Vintners Vine Exploration Company in 2014. Their guiding mission is to craft exceptional wines showcasing its heritage, the unique terroir and, through this, create a new future for South African wine.

  • Beau Constantia

    Beau Constantia

    Beau Constantia is a boutique wine farm situated at the top of Constantia Nek overlooking False Bay. These lovingly nurtured vines are spoilt with panoramic views of the Stellenbosch and Helderberg Mountain ranges.

  • Ben Wren Wine

    Ben Wren Wine

    Superior wine. Super convenient packaging.

  • Boschkloof Wines

    Boschkloof Wines

    Veteran winemaker, Jacques Borman, established Boschkloof in 1996 to pursue his dream of starting his own family winery.

  • Brookdale Estate

    Brookdale Estate

    Situated in a tranquil valley under the Klein Drakenstein mountains, Brookdale is surrounded by a world rich with life and beauty.

  • Cape Point Vineyards

    Cape Point Vineyards

    Cape Point Vineyards is a family owned, female driven Vineyard that is uniquely located in Noordhoek on the Cape Peninsula, where it is set rather majestically against the slopes of the famous Chapman’s Peak mountain range and overlooks the nearby Atlantic Ocean – a mere 1,2km’s away.

  • Cape Town Wine Co

    Cape Town Wine Co

    Dutch Pioneer Meldt van der Spuy arrived in Cape Town in 1707 only to fall in love with the city’s majestic vineyards and mountains by the sea. Upon acquiring one of only four liquor licenses in the Cape at the time, Meldt found his fortune by trading Cape Town’s finest wines with the world.

    By continuing Meldt’s tradition through the Cape Town Wine Co. the Van der Spuy Family hereby pays tribute to our forefather’s legacy and love of fine food and wine.

  • Cape Wine Crafters (Weltevrede)

    Cape Wine Crafters (Weltevrede)

    Creating and exploring wine, testing and turning it. Some of us like to push boundaries, some of us like to keep it old school, and some of us just like wine, good quality wine.

  • D'Aria Wines

    D'Aria Wines

    The history of Springfield dates back to 1698 when the governor of the Cape first granted this farmland, then known as “Hooge Bergs Vallei” (later “Springfield”), thereby making it one of the oldest and most significant farms, not only in Durbanville, but in what will be known as the greater, modern-day Cape Town.

  • De Kleine Wijn Koöp

    De Kleine Wijn Koöp

    De Kleine Wijn Koöp is aan die stuur van wynmaker Wynand Grobler en sy vrou, Anya. Die Groblers beskou die ‘koöperasie’ as ’n tweeman-familiesaak en bestuur die besigheid vanaf ’n klein kelder en ’n toegewyde span in die hart van die Paarl.

  • Domaine des Dieux

    Domaine des Dieux

    A Boutique Wine Farm, making award winning wines.

  • Eikendal Wines

    Eikendal Wines

    Since 1981, the 76 hectare wine farm has been under the ownership of the Saager family from Zurich, Switzerland. The Swiss owners recognised the great potential of the area and wasted no time in modernising the existing vineyards and establishing the cellar.

  • Fable Mountain Vineyards

    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.

  • Groote Post Wines

    Groote Post Wines

    Groote Post is an historic 18th century farm on the Cape's West Coast where winemaking traditions have been revived by the Pentz family. Unique aspects and cool climatic conditions of the Darling Hills yield superlative fruit. Our wines are produced to reflect the uniqueness of our vineyards.

  • Journey's End Wines

    Journey's End Wines

    No more than 15,000 dozen bottles of Estate Wine are produced in a typical vintage – with many of these wines regularly collecting Trophies on the International circuit. With its sea-facing slopes and excellent soils, the Schaapenberg terroir has begun to draw comparison with Bordeaux, with some exceptional wines emerging from the area.

  • Kara-Tara


    Made in partnership with Rudger van Wyk (2018 Diners Club Young Winemaker of the Year) and José Conde of Stark-Condé Wines.

  • La Brune Wines

    La Brune Wines

    Visits to Burgundy educated about finesse, elegance, restraint, purity, freshness, and length. This led to the creation of a wine that is built upon many small complexities to produce something truly intricate. A wine that lures you right into the glass (instead of jumping out!) and makes you dream.

  • Le Lude Cap Classique

    Le Lude Cap Classique

    Le Lude, a wine farm in the picturesque Franschhoek Valley of South Africa’s Western Cape, follows an ethos committed to its founding family and the crafting of naturally bottle-fermented sparkling wines, known as Cap Classique. Here the Barrow family have made their home, writing a new chapter in a premier wine region where French Huguenots, fleeing persecution for their religious beliefs, landed in the Cape and began making wines in Franschhoek as far back as 1693.

  • Lievland Wines

    Lievland Wines

    Lievland in Stellenbosch, highly regarded in its time, has been acquired by MAN Family Wines, the label owned by José Conde of Stark-Condé and brothers Tyrrel and Philip Myburgh of Joostenberg.

  • Maastricht Wines

    Maastricht Wines

    Winemaking lies in the blood of the Louw family and we have been involved in making wine in Durbanville over many decades.

  • Miles Mossop Wines

    Miles Mossop Wines

    Miles Mossop Wines burst onto the scene in 2004 when the first wines were made: the Max 2004, a red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot and Petit Verdot, and the Saskia 2004, a white blend of Chenin blanc and Viognier.

  • Mooiplaas Wines

    Mooiplaas Wines

    Mooiplaas Wine Estate and Private Nature Reserve boast a pristine natural beauty. Owned and managed by Tielman and Louis Roos, the Mooiplaas vineyards lie on steep slopes of ancient mineral rich soils in the Bottelary Hills of Stellenbosch, overlooking Cape Town.

  • Môreson Wines

    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.

  • Mount Rozier Wines

    Mount Rozier Wines

    Mount Rozier estate’s philosophy is one of minimum intervention. The aim of which is to create top-quality, wines that intricately integrate the tension between remaining true to the terroir, and finding their own unique expression of it.

  • M•A•N Wines

    M•A•N Wines

    Of course, first we had to come up with a name. To keep peace in the families, we took our wives’ initials (we each have one wife) — that is how we explained to Marie, Anette and Nicky that we were going to be “busy” most weekends. “It’s for you!” we told them. And mostly it’s true.

  • Newton Johnson Family Vineyards

    Newton Johnson Family Vineyards

    Newton Johnson Vineyards is owned and managed by the Newton Johnson family. The farm is based in the upper Hemel en Aarde Valley near the seaside town of Hermanus, an hour and a half’s drive out of Cape Town. This is a popular tourist destination, famous for some of the most spectacular land-based whale watching in the world lush indigenous fynbos, a floral kingdom, home to 1500 species and exclusive to the Cape, mountain walks and bike trails.

  • Nico vd Merwe Wines

    Nico vd Merwe Wines

    Nico van der Merwe was a winemaker for 20 years at Saxenburg and Chateau Capion in the South of France and his desire and dream was to create his own wine.

  • Painted Wolf Wines

    Painted Wolf Wines

    Founded by Jeremy and Emma Borg, drawing inspiration from the African Wild Dog, our own Painted Wolf pack is a community of talented individuals who bring the best available grapes, technical and practical skills to Painted wolf, allowing us to craft a range of delicious, authentic satisfying wines.

  • Paserene Wines

    Paserene Wines


    Paserene is a small, family operated winery owned by Martin Smith and Ndabe Mareda, the sole purpose of which is to produce high-end, luxury wines. Great care was given to ensure that the wines produced, and artwork on the labels, are truly authentic to its “sense of place and people” and will guarantee a lasting legacy.

  • Paul René MCC

    Paul René MCC

    From the Robertson wine valley comes a new trend-setting Bubbly enjoyed by those who appreciate the finer things in life.  Expect to find it at exclusive dinner parties, uptown eateries and the tucked-away deli on the corner.

  • Post House Wines

    Post House Wines

    Post House Wines is situated on a ridge, the winery offers panoramic views of Cape Point, False Bay and the surrounding Helderberg Mountains.

  • Quando Wines

    Quando Wines

    The Quando Vineyards and Winery is situated between Robertson and Bonnievale, in the picturesque Robertson Valley, 150kms east of Cape Town. Here the Langeberg and Riviersonderend Mountains encompass the valley, and the Breede River runs through it.

  • Raats Family Wines

    Raats Family Wines

    Rising gracefully from the vineyards in Polkadraai Hills Stellenbosch, Raats Family Wines stand in celebration of the unique dolomite granite soil of this tiny ward. Founded in 2000 by visionary winemaker Bruwer Raats, in partnership with his cousin Gavin Bruwer Slabbert, Raats Family Wines specialize in Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc and has been crafting soil-driven wines of exceptional quality ever since.

  • Radford Dale

    Radford Dale

    Where we are not afraid to do things differently.

    Across everything we do at Radford Dale, we aim to create wines of complete individuality, always. Combining a keen pursuit of innovation and a healthy respect for tradition, we produce refined and often elegant wines, designed to be enjoyed as they have been throughout history; socially, gastronomically and festively.

  • Remhoogte


    We are a family winery with vineyards on the foothills of the Simonsberg mountain, Stellenbosch. Our wines are a product of ancient soils, steep slopes and winds off the cold Atlantic Ocean. They tell the story of the vineyards, our heritage and passion for winemaking and preserving the land for future generations. Our aim is to bring joy to all who experience our wines and to make them feel a part of the Remhoogte family. 

  • Richard Kershaw Wines

    Richard Kershaw Wines

    Our grapes are grown in the cool climate vineyards of Elgin in the Western Cape of South Africa. We produce a limited number of cases of Kershaw Elgin Chardonnay, Syrah and Pinot Noir each vintage under our Clonal Selection range, and site- soil- and clone- specific Elgin Chardonnay and Syrah in our Deconstructed range.

  • Rickety Bridge Wines

    Rickety Bridge Wines

    Rickety Bridge wine estate is situated less than 3 kilometres from the centre of the quaint Franschhoek town and nestles against the slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains overlooking the majestic Wemmershoek Mountain range.

  • Stark-Condé Wines

    Stark-Condé Wines

    Crafting wine requires patience and the crazy belief that the shortest line drawn between two points may not always be the right one. Take a simple task like fruit-sorting. That's when we meticulously go through all the de-stemmed berries to pick out any under-ripe or bird-damaged fruit, leaves, stems and other MOG (Matter Other than Grapes).

  • Strydom Wines

    Strydom Wines

    The maiden vintage of Sauvignon Blanc 2012 is the result of this experimentation made by Rianie Strydom, one of South Africa’s most celebrated female winemakers and one of only two female members of the Cape Winemakers Guild.

  • Sugabird Gin

    Sugabird Gin

    A superior craft gin. MADE FOR YOU
    A Proudly South African Craft Gin Inspired By The People Of Our Beautiful Country.
    People are ever-changing and evolving. Not just from year to year, from day to day, morning to night, you’re a different version of you. That’s why we’ve created a gin that changes and evolves with you. Whether you’re in the mood for gin on the rocks, a cocktail, a simple G&T, or one with all the trimmings thrown in: Sugarbird fits your life effortlessly.

  • Suncamino Rum

    Suncamino Rum


    The name Suncamino means “Journey to the sun”.

    It is a sense of pilgrimage that resonated with three Capetonian friends with a love for adventure, the outdoors and the ocean.

    ​After working with a distiller in Barbados to develop our signature 8yo blend, Suncamino travelled to sunny Cape Town where our local botanist added the beautiful bouquet of floral botanicals that compliment our rum’s signature notes.

    The Suncamino mantra is simple: Bring good company, a bottle of Suncamino, and pick a spot on the map – The rest will take care of itself.

  • The Berrio Wines

    The Berrio Wines

    The cooling effects of the winds that blow in on three sides allow the grapes to spend more time on the vine. And more time on the vine - plus creative nurturing in the cellar – means a wine of greater intensity and layered complexity in the glass.

  • The Garajeest Wines

    The Garajeest Wines

    Bruce Cabernet Franc & Jim Semillon - both produced in limited numbers - are inspired by icons that embody a time and movement that resonates with the unique taste profile of each vintage.

  • The Horsemen

    The Horsemen

    Tremayne Smith, the acclaimed winemaker from Fable Mountain Vineyard and Blacksmith Wines has gone into partnership with one of South Africa’s most renowned viticulturists; Jaco Engelbrecht.

  • Waverley Hills Wines

    Waverley Hills Wines

    Waverley Hills Estate is situated between Tulbagh and Ceres, South Africa, at the foothills of the breathtaking Witzenberg Mountain Range. The fertile Oakleaf yellow clay terrain is impregnated with river stones, resulting in well-drained soils with excellent water holding capacity.

  • Weltevrede Wines

    Weltevrede Wines

    The third generation, Lourens Jonker, completed his degree in viniculture and undertook extensive study tours of the wine lands of Europe and California in 1962 before settling down to farm on Weltevrede. After the death of his father in 1969, Lourens took over the 65ha farm. He subsequently purchased neighbouring farms Muscadel (1969), River’s Edge (1981) and Sonop (1999). Today all the farms are consolidated as a 160 hectare estate.

  • Zevenwacht Wines

    Zevenwacht Wines

    The wines of Zevenwacht are distinguished by their classic style and finely crafted elegance. Winemaker Hagen Viljoen honours century-old wine-making traditions, yet is boldly innovative, welcoming the contribution that modern technology makes to the vinification of premier wines.