Nederburg Wine

Nederburg’s story started in 1791 when German immigrant Philippus Wolvaart acquired 49 hectares of land in the Paarl Valley. He named his property Nederburgh, in honour of the VOC commissioner, Sebastiaan Cornelis Nederburgh. Later, the ‘h’ was dropped from the spelling of the farm’s name and it became Nederburg as it is known today. The …

Bayede Wines

Bayede! is the only Royal Signature and ‘By appointment to’ trademark on the African continent. It reflects royalty, history, culture and quality. The story of Bayede! dates back more than 200 years ago, when King Shaka Zulu, the founder of South Africa’s Zulu Kingdom, was greeted by his subjects with the royal salute ”Bayede!”, which …

L’Avenir Wine

L’Avenir’s rich history dates back to the late 1600s, when the estate was one of the very first sites identified for grape growing by the Cape’s earliest European settlers. The estate was renamed L’Avenir in 1992 by Mark Wiehe, a Mauritian businessman, who left a career of trading sugar in London to purchase the farm.  …

Le Bonheur Wine

With altitudes of up to 450m, aspects and slopes all along Klapmuts Hill and four main soil types, Le Bonheur truly boasts a diverse selection of excellent wines. The estate has some of the oldest Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon plantings in Stellenbosch, which contributes to the depth and complexity of these wines. All …

Boschensdal Wine

Boschendal (Dutch for bush and dale) is one of the oldest Wine Estates in South Africa and is located between Franschhoek and Stellenbosch in South Africa’s Western Cape.This Iconic wine farm is nestled in one of the most picturesque valleys in the Cape Winelands. With a winemaking tradition spanning over 330 years, Boschendal Wine Estate offers a veritable treat for wine lovers everywhere. At …

Du Toitskloof Wine

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 …

Welmoed

Located in Stellenbosch, Welmoed celebrates centuries of winemaking tradition. The farm of Welmoed was first granted to Governor Simon van der Stel in 1690, and over the years, many great wines have been produced in the Welmoed cellar. This approachable range offers value-driven, quality wines for any occasion. The winemaking team still produces these wines …

Stellenbosch Vineyards

Situated on the Welmoed farm, one of the first proclaimed farms in the Stellenbosch district that dates back to 1690, Stellenbosch Vineyards is a leading wine producer and exporter that’s passionate about wine, committed to our partnerships and proud of our rich heritage. Celebrated internationally for our exceptional brands and pioneering performance, we work in partnership with our …