Distell is a great company rooted in South Africa, crafting leading liquor brands for people to enjoy responsibly at every occasion the world over. Africa’s leading producer and marketer of spirits, fine wines, ciders and ready-to-drinks (RTDs), Distell employs nearly 5000 people and has an annual turnover in excess of R12,3 billion. We create exceptional brands with strong consumer franchise offering real value for money across the pricing continuum.Read more
The Durbanville ward is officially considered one of the Cape's two coolest wine regions. This is thanks to the sea breezes that drift inland from False Bay and Table Bay and the late afternoon mists that bathe the surrounding slopes; giving our vineyards a unique blend of characteristics. In the cellar, using a combination of science and art, all the winemakers can do is shape and nurture the bounty brought in from the vineyards. During this process - as part of our Wine to Water…Read more
With our world-renowned Cathedral Cellar, amazing history, cutting-edge technology and superb wines
and brandies, we will provide you with a lasting memory of the friendly people, stories and wines that
make our Cape Winelands famous.
Spread over 22 hectares, the KWV cellar complex in Paarl is one of the largest in the World and offers a
broad portfolio of products, including sparkling wines, natural wines, fortified wines, liqueurs and brandies.
Since French Huguenot Jacques Malan first set foot in the Cape Winelands in 1688, the Malan family of Simonsig, one of South Africa’s most reputable wine producers, has leaped to acclaimed heights in pioneering wine excellence. Endowed with quintessential terroir, progressive winemaking skills and a proud heritage, the three Malan brothers uphold a passionate commitment towards quality and innovation – the hallmark of the Simonsig portfolio.
A legendary landmark in its own right,…Read more
Comprised of two farms, situated on opposite ends of the breathtaking Franschhoek Wine Valley, Haute Cabrière is something extraordinary. A rich history, a whimsical setting, a seductive approach to wine and a magnetic proprietor ensure that it is a decadent affair for any visitor. The core belief that wine is grown not made makes the farm's ethos incredibly real and intrinsically human. Wine is more than what is in the bottle and it is considered an exceptionally intimate experience.…Read more
Nestled at the foothills of the Simonsberg, in South Africa’s most celebrated Franschhoek wine valley, lies Vrede en Lust. Vrede en Lust is a family owned and managed wine estate.Read more
Saxenburg wines are based on a simple philosophy: “A wine signifies a place, what the French call terroir. The better the place is known and understood the better the wine.”
At Saxenburg, our complete focus is on the wine. Not the winery, not the marketing, not the label design. We acknowledge that great wines require great fruit. Wine growing, not winemaking, is the secret behind great vintages. We believe that if our selection of grapes in the vineyard is right, one does not need…Read more
Le Bonheur, which means happiness, dates back to the 1790’s.
Hand sorting the grapes at Le Bonheur has remained our tradition. This is one of the reasons why Le Bonheur’s wines are so acclaimed both locally and internationally, and why they consistently receive prestigious awards in top wine competitions across the globe.
This 163-hectare estate is situated along the slopes of the Klapmuts Hill in the northern reaches of the Simonsberg ward.
Here winemaker Sakkie Kotze ensures that,…Read more
Our picturesque Neethlingshof Wine Estate in the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands is flanked by the Bottelary Hills and Papegaaisberg Mountains. Along with the awe-inspiring manor house, our estate is steeped in history which dates back to 1705 and distinguished by the beautiful avenue of stone pines.
It's a place where soil, climate and vines co-exist in perfect harmony. We're blessed with 13 distinguishable terroirs and by choosing the correct site; we've been able to enhance the…Read more
The history of Stellenzicht dates to 1692, when it was part of a much bigger property granted to its first owner, Barendt Hendrikse, by Governor Simon van der Stel in an area that would later become known as the Stellenbosch district. He named the property Rustenburg although there was already a farm with the same name, but spelled Rustenberg.
One can well imagine the confusion the similarity in the names created. According to local legend, two subsequent owners met one evening in a pub…Read more