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  • There is a minimum order of 12 bottles per order.
  • Please be advised that any queries with regard to wines delivered should be communicated to us within 7 days of receipt.
  • Non-delivery of wines should be communicated to us within 21 days of ordering.
  • We offer a 10% discount on purchase of R2000 and over.
  • Groenland

    Groenland (5)

    The Steenkamp family are the third generation owners of Groenland and have established a reputation for producing outstanding red and white wines in the fertile Bottelary area near Stellenbosch. Complex varietal wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and a special blend, Antoinette Marie, have placed the estate in the forefront of superior red wine production. Maturation takes place in American and French oak barrels.
  • Kaapzicht

    Kaapzicht (5)

    Since the first vintage was bottled in 1984, Kaapzicht has become highly respected for their good value for money, quality range of wines, having earned a multitude of local and international awards. For 3 generations the Steytler Family has been running their 190 hectare large estate hands-on: Brothers Danie and George being the winemaker and viticulturist and their wives being in charge of marketing and finances, as well hiring out a venue and a self-catering cottage. This beautiful estate in the Bottelary Hills celebrated its 60th anniversary as a family farm in 2006.
  • Mooiplaas

    Mooiplaas (5)

    Mooiplaas Wine Estate and Private Nature Reserve is situated amongst the majestic mountains and fertile valleys in the Stellenbosch Winelands, approximately 40km east of Cape Town. Mooiplaas is a historic and traditional working wine farm. The vineyards lie on steep slopes of ancient mineral-rich soils in the Bottelary Hills of Stellenbosch, overlooking Cape Town. Here Tielman and Louis Roos produce a range of environmentally friendly wines rooted in tradition and artisan techniques that make the most of the unique terroir.
  • Sterhuis

    Sterhuis (5)

    Hugging the lofty slopes of the Bottelary Hills, caressed by crisp ocean breezes from both the Atlantic and Indian, our vineyards are indeed touched by the stars.  For here, in the deep, coffee-coloured soils, grapes of stellar quality are grown. The unusually cool microclimate allows the fruit to develop unhurriedly, gradually ripening to full intensity. So full of character and rich in nuances are these grapes, that precious little human intervention is required to transform them into wines worthy of our name.  Sophisticated viticultural techniques, a hands-on vineyard management style and much applauded winemaking skills complement nature's gracious gifts of high altitude, favourable soils and conducive climate.  The resultant wines are the true expression of cultivar, terroir and vintage - in perfect harmony.
  • Goede Hoop

    Goede Hoop (5)

    Goede Hoop Wine Estate is situated off the old road between the towns of Stellenbosch and Kuils River, deep in the valley known as the Bottelary Kloof. The old farmhouse, rich in atmosphere, was built in 1880. In 1928 the Bestbier family purchased the wine estate and today Pieter Bestbier is a third generation winemaker on Goede Hoop. Every square metre of the 120 ha wine estate is situated on the slopes of the valley and about 80 ha have been planted with vines facing mainly north and north-west. Two hundred and fifty metres separate the lowest and highest vineyards and meso-climates abound as the temperatures and rainfall differences between these vineyards are considerable. Also, the horseshoe-shaped vineyards ensure the perfect amount of sunshine for every variety. These conditions -the temperature, climate as well as quality of the soil – are ideal for producing wines of excellence.
  • Hazendal

    Hazendal (5)

    For more than three centuries Hazendal has been a widely recognised Cape Winelands landmark. Nestling in the Bottelary Hills, this heritage farm has transitioned from a humble grain and livestock operation in the 17th century into a notable wine producer and premium lifestyle estate. Today, Hazendal offers families, life adventurists and wine and food aficionados, a rare combination of culinary, cultural, educational and outdoor experiences. Hazendal is where heritage is celebrated through the introduction of contemporary architecture and design. Where authentic Russian tea ceremonies meet local South African fare and fine dining sits alongside picnics. Where meandering mountain bike trails rub shoulders with an interactive children’s edutainment centre. It is where state-of-the-art distilling and cellar equipment meet traditional spirit and winemaking methods. Where art exhibits blend with wedding ceremonies and historic buildings with a futuristic conference facility. It is where authenticity is coupled with modernism. But most importantly, Hazendal is where friends and family come together to relax, connect, indulge, explore and celebrate the moment.
  • Hartenberg

    Hartenberg (4)

    Hartenberg Cellar is located on the slopes of the Bottelary Hills in the acclaimed Stellenbosch region. Our committed team produces world-class wines that reflect a quality rather than quantity mantra that the family pushes. This wine has a story to tell, one of understanding nature and location, of attention to detail and of the many years of experience that goes into its making.
  • Simonsig

    Simonsig (5)

    Simonsig Wine Estate is synonymous with the history of the South African wine industry, the Stellenbosch wine region, and the Malan family name. These elements are intertwined in this family-owned farm, where the late Frans Malan produced the first bottle of our much-loved Kaapse Vonkel, South Africaʼs first Méthode Cap Classique made in the classic bottle-fermented style. He is also honoured for co-founding the thriving Stellenbosch Wine Route, a first in its time. Today, his legacy lives on through his sons, Francois and Johan, and grandchildren Francois-Jacques, Christelle and Michael, the 2nd and 3rd Malan generations at Simonsig Wine Estate.
  • Koelenhof

    Koelenhof (5)

    Koelenhof Wine Cellar is situated among vineyard-covered slopes, 14 kilometres outside the beautiful town of Stellenbosch in the Western Cape region of South Africa. As far as Stellenbosch wine farms go, visitors can expect to find a wide range of products and services at our winery. It is a geographical location that attracts wine lovers from all over the world. We invite you to take a leisurely ride or drive along the Bottelary Hills wine route (R304). On your journey, you will discover in Koelenhof Wine Cellar a winery with an unwavering commitment to creating premier-quality, yet accessible wines. South Africa is loved for her generous hospitality and unpretentious spirit. It is our vision to capture this character in every bottle of Koelenhof wine – a character to be sampled and savoured time after time.
  • Villiera Wines

    Villiera Wines (5)

    Cousins Jeff and Simon Grier started the family-owned Villiera Wines outside Stellenbosch in 1983 and embarked on an extensive replanting of classic and local varietals. Cathy Brewer (née Grier) later joined the family team to head up the sales, marketing and export divisions. The introduction of hi-tech cellar facilities for the production of still wines as well as Méthode Cap Classique combined with a unique wine business philosophy has seen Villiera developing into one of the largest private wineries in the country.
  • Kanu

    Kanu (5)

    Recognised globally as a producer of world class Chenin Blanc, Kanu was one of only three estates to be awarded the inaugural “Super Chenin” status by the South African Chenin Blanc Association, an honour granted to producers who have demonstrated a track record of consistent vintages. At Kanu wines, we strive to produce healthier wines with stronger personalities and beautiful aromas in the natural way it was intended to be. Harmony is central to the Kanu philosophy: the property was developed with strict attention to the environment. 25% of the estate has been dedicated to a conservancy, ensuring the preservation of indigenous vegetation and wildlife. By making use of more environmentally friendly agricultural and vinification methods, our winemaker creates, in conjunction with nature, the unique quality and character wines that Kanu produce.
  • Beyerskloof

    Beyerskloof (5)

    In 1988 one of the Cape’s most foremost wine makers, Beyers Truter of Kanonkop Estate, formed a partnership with four ardent wine lovers in Johannesburg with one ideal in mind: to produce a wine of exceptional character. After exploring the Cape Winelands for a suitable location they found a perfectly situated farm in the Koelenhof area within the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin region. Coincidence provided an appropriate name. The farm’s original name was Nooitgedacht, which for five generations belonged to the Beyers family before Jan Andries Beyers sold it in 1895. Beyers Truter is a direct descendent of Jan Beyers, thus making him the sixth generation to farm this land. This piece of land could only have one name – BEYERSKLOOF