Our Portfolio - Wine Farms
Babylon’s Peak winery, situated in some of the highest weathered granite slopes of the Paardeberg mountain, is privately owned by the Basson family who has passed down the tradition, passion and art of winemaking over four generations since 1919. Fourth generation, Stephan Basson, has been farming these Swartland vineyards since 2003 when the Babylon’s Peak brand was born. Read More
The Lategan Family’s roots in the South African winelands began in 1735 when Johann Hermann Lategan settled in the Wamakers Valley near the current Bergsig Estate. In 1843 Willem Hendrik Lategan moved to Bergsig. Seven generations later, the proud tradition continues. Read More
We are an artisanal winery based at the foothills of the famous Langeberg Mountains in the Nuy Valley, situated between Worcester and Robertson in the Cape Winelands of South Africa. The company was created in January 2015 through the formation of a partnership between Gareth and Kate Penny, owners of the nearby beautifully restored Penhill Manor, and the award-winning fifth generation winemaker of Conradie Family Vineyards Private Cellar, C.P. Conradie. Read More
5 GENERATIONS OF WINE MAKERS
The De Wet family have farmed at Excelsior Estate, in the Robertson wine valley, since 1859 when Koos de Wet settled here and began clearing the veld of the Little Karoo. Read More
Hill & Dale
It’s in our nature to grow, make and enjoy great wines and our range consists of seven wines, ideal for every occasion -from a summer’s braai with friends to a Sunday lunch with the family. It is the delicate balance between the team’s passion and sourcing the finest Stellenbosch grapes that allow our wines to be modern and unpretentious, yet classic and authentic. Read More
Jason’s Hill offers a variety of activities which include wine tasting and the purchasing of wines. It is the ideal venue for a romantic garden wedding and provides a Bistro where a selection of simple, yet elegant meals can be enjoyed while enjoying magnificent views and a relaxed atmosphere. A hiking trial takes you into the Slanghoek Mountain with an unspoiled view of the breathtaking vineyard covered valley. Read More
At Laibach Vineyards we are committed to producing wines of outstanding quality, that best reflect the unique terroir and the microclimate of the Simonsberg ward near Stellenbosch, one of South Africa’s prime wine-growing areas for noble cultivars. Therefore we use a blend of tradition and innovation, adhering to a philosophy of continuous improvement. The history of our wine farm can be traced back until the year 1818. Originally named “Good Success” and owned by Dutchman Daniel Johannes van Ryneveld from Amsterdam, this vast farm extended to most of the catchment area in the valley enclosed by the Simonsberg, Kanonkop and Klapmutsberg. Later on it was divided in three farms: Warwick, De Goede Suces and the remainder of the farm Good Success, which has become Laibach in 1994. Read More
Dating back to 1692, Neethlingshof is a 277ha farm situated in Stellenbosch. Our Neethlingshof philosophy is guided by the respect we have for and give to our natural flora and fauna and to extend this through every aspect of our wine and farm. If you respect your surroundings, the earth, you will garner the respect of all who believe in your way of living and being. Read More
Established in 1941, Perdeberg Wines is situated in the third oldest town in South Africa, being Paarl. Perdeberg uses small berried, intensely flavoured grapes from low yielding dry land bush vines on rich, diverse soils across a number of microclimates to create premium wines of excellence and difference.
The Dry Land Collection Range is testimony to this. Together with the age old traditions of Dry Land viticulture, Perdeberg’s Dry Land Collection wines are a fine display of the ability of bush vines. Read More
Hooggelegen has been in the family for over five generations and is one of the oldest family owned wine farms in the Durbanville area. The size of the farm is 220 hectares of which 95 hectares are under vines. We use a small part of the annual harvest to produce approximately 6500 cases of wine a year.
MJ de Wit, our first wine maker, started making the Signal Gun wines in 2006 as a hobby. Over the years it developed into an award winning range of wines some of them being our Sea Smoke Reserve Sauvignon Blanc, Signal Gun Rose, Signal Gun Merlot and some more. Read More
This cellar lies in a picturesque valley, surrounded by the majestic Slanghoek mountains, from which the valley and cellar derives its name, and is situated between Paarl and Worcester, a mere 4km from the Goudini Spa holiday resort and 90km from Cape Town. The valley’s geographic position, altitude, varied soils and microclimate are reflected in the unique character of Slanghoek’s internationally renowned and prizewinning red, white, sparkling, dessert wines. Read More
South Hill Vineyards
South Hill is a privately owned farm situated in the south eastern end of the Elgin Valley. Since 2001 the property has been transformed from a neglected apple and pear producer to an exclusive wine and guest farm with 27ha currently under vine. Read More
Stellenbosch Hills is an award winning producer located in the farming district of Vlottenburg, eight kilometres outside South Africa’s viniferous capital, Stellenbosch. We are renowned for producing a wide selection of quality wines. Read More
Our wines are born on the shoulders of giants. Since 2013, Wellington Wines became the impressive blend and celebration of their three predecessors.
The rich history of three exceptional wineries paved the way for the birth of Wellington Wines. The beautiful heritage of Bovlei Winery, Wamakersvallei Winery and Wellington Co-operative Winery ultimately blended into the success story of Wellington Wines. Read More