Join one of our Tasting room team to see and learn more about our winery, winemaking equipment, winemaking techniques and how they affect the style of our wines.
Our ISO 14001 certified, 750-ton wine cellar was specially positioned to compliment the historical “werf” and for aesthetic and practical reasons, a large section of the cellar is underground, creating a naturally cool climate in which wine may mature.
Cellar tours are hosted on a regular schedule over weekends and peak seasons, or by appointment. During the peak harvest season (1 February to 31 March) we have to restrict access to the winery for larger groups and offer the more intimate Winemaking Tours instead.
During our harvest, generally from early February to the end of March, we offer a unique opportunity for visitors to get much closer to the wine making process. Our special Winemaking Tours are available Monday to Friday at 10am, 12pm and 2pm for groups of 2 to a maximum of 6 guests.
The Winemaking Tour is a specialised version of the Cellar Tour which will take the visitors much closer to the winemaking process and in close contact with the grapes, the receiving process, the new automatic grape sorting machine, the presses and the winemakers.
It is best to make a reservation ahead of your visit due to the restricted number of guests we can accommodate during each tour. The winery is very busy during this period and thus we can not take larger groups closer to the process.
Please note: It is absolutely vital that visitors come with the right, non-slip footwear for the winemaking tour. The cellar floor gets slippery and no high heels or leather soles will be allowed in the fermentation cellar.
Speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable consultants.
T. +27 (0)21 874 1611
F. +27 (0)21 874 1859