Iconic moments happen around tables and over the past few decades, Du Toitskloof has earned and enjoyed a profound place at South African tables.
When the founders of Du Toitskloof Wines dreamt of their young, innovative winery – they knew that the journey was as important as the destination. Du Toitskloof Wines was established by 6 wine farmers as a co-operative in 1962. The six visionaries bought the 18ha of land from founder member, Visser de Wet and accepted its first grapes in February 1963.
In the early years Du Toitskloof Wines became well known as a bulk-wine producer, yet after the winery began concentrating on the bottled wine market in the early 1990s, they soon cultivated a reputation as a progressive brand from the onset, not only in the innovative winemaking disciplines introduced at the cellar, but in its commitment to social development as a Fairtrade producer. The winery builds on three principles; they believe in always delivering a product of utmost quality, consistently, without compromising ethically. Find Du Toitskloof Wines at Gem Brulee on 27 and 28 August at the Henley WAM Festival 2022