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  • Adoro

    Adoro, in Latin, means ‘to adore’.  And at Adoro Wines, winemaker Ian Naudé and viticulturist Lucas de Kock bring together all the things they adore…

  • Antebellum

    They make natural wine, with no artificial yeast or any additives. They let the grapes do what they do best, make wine. Antebellum Wine Estate is a proud member of the small Swarland Independant Wine producers. Affordable but delectable and made to the high standard of the Swartland independant rules.


  • Ashbourne

    When Anthony Hamilton Russell (owner of Hamilton Russell Vineyards and founder of Southern Right) returned to South Africa in 1991 he was enthused with the idea of creating something particularly classic and individual from South Africa's red grape variety Pinotage. At that time – and even to this day – Pinotage was not widely respected within the industry, despite some really exciting wines being made from the variety.  Ashbourne 2005 is only the third release of a now 14 year quest to produce a distinctly South African, classically-styled, site expressive and soil-driven red wine (the maiden 2001 vintage was released in October 2002). The aim is for Ashbourne to belong firmly in the company of the world's great benchmark red wines, without in any way replicating them or seeking to taste and smell like them.

  • Avondale

    Avondale make extraordinary wines approved by Mother Nature. Their ethos, Terra Est Vita meaning ‘Soil is Life’ encapsulates their view as a dynamic living system where soil, water and energy; plants, animals and people; even their buildings, are part of a complex web of relationships and networks, interconnected and interdependent.

    Avondale is certified organic and they practice bio-dynamic agriculture; but they go beyond both these beneficial systems of natural farming by also using the best 21st Century science, technology and knowledge to enhance sustainability.

  • Avontuur

    Avontuur Estate has been producing quality wine grapes for more than 140 years and this historical commitment is still reflected today in their range of award-winning wines.

  • Beaumont

    Beaumont is a family owned and managed farm situated in the heart of the town of Bot River ("Botter Rivier") in the Overberg. The farm, home to the region’s oldest wine cellar, was originally established in the 1700’s by the Dutch East India Company. In the 1940’s the wine business was initially started but wine production was discontinued in the late 1960’s

    Jayne and Raoul Beaumont bought the farm Compagnes Drift in 1974 and set about replanting the vineyards.  However, the legacy of creating wines in the farm cellar under the family name was only initiated years later.

  • Black Elephant

    Black Elephant Vintners is an independent wine producer that strives to demystify wines to all enthusiasts and offer wine experiences without the pomp and ceremony commonly associated with the industry.

  • Blake's

    Andries and Marinda Blake, proud owners of Blake Family Wines are passionate about quality and service par excellence. Andries, a renowned and seasoned winemaker has 23 vintages at Rooiberg Winery a notable Swartland Winery. The grapes for the Blake Family Wines derive from the heart of the Swartland. Andries believes in minimal human intervention in these untrellised, dry land bush vines.

  • Cape Rock

    Cape Rock Wines is situated between the towns of Vredendal and Klawer, 300km north from Cape Town and 30 km inland from Doringbaai on the West Coast of South Africa. They grow a variety of red and white grapes, such as Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, Marsanne, Viognier and Colombard. The vineyards are located on a single 11-hectare farm just above the banks of the Olifants river floodplain.

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