Our Wine Partners

Seven Sisters Vineyards

Stellenbosch

The Seven Sisters wine brand evolved from its association with the seven Brutus sisters of Paternoster. The Brutus family lived in a small fishing village on the western coast.

The Brutus sisters and their baby brother left the tranquillity of their sleepy town at a very early age when the family was evicted from their home. They yearned to return but were not able to do so given the unfavourable circumstances of the time.

Simonsig Wine Estate

Stellenbosch

The Simonsig Wine Estate is synonymous with the history of South African wine industry, the Stellenbosch wine region, and the Malan family name.

These elements are interwined in this family-owned farm, where the late Frans Malan produced the first bottle of our much-loved Kaapse Vonkel, South Africa’s first Méthode Cap Classique made in the classic bottle-fermented style.

Rhebokskloof Wine Estate

Paarl

Presently, 36 ha of vineyards have been planted on Rhebokskloof, with a selection of trellis vines and bush vines, creating diversity in the choice of style of wine.

The oldest vineyard on the wine estate was planted in 2002 and the most recent in 2016. The vineyards are thus fairly young.

Paul Wallace Wines

Elgin

Paul & Nicky Wallace purchased their 25 hectare farm in Sepmtember 2003 and immediately set out to create their own little piece of heaven.

Paul is a viticural consultant and here at last he could practise what he has advised and encouraged other farmers to do their vineyards.

Noble Hill Wine Estate

Simonsberg-Paarl 

Noble Hill is an organic estate grower on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountains, where the vineyards are located, which have produced South Africa’s finest wines for more than 300 years.

‘We follow a minimal-intervention winemaking philosophy and make delicate, fresh wines with mineral structure. We hope you can taste the granite character of our soils in every glass!’