Wine Estates and Farms

Shortlist of estates and wine farms whose products we are bringing to the Japanese market. Please see the individual pages in the menu for each estate for details.

    1. False Bay Vineyards
      Based at Waterkloof estate, located near the Helderberg overlooking Gordon’s Bay and the Strand, and facing the Hottentot’s Holland Mountain range, a farm run on the principle of Biodynamics, ensuring healthy natural wines free of chemical additives and pesticides, the False Bay brand sources bush vine grapes from local vineyards to express the subtleties of the terroir with minimal intervention and fermented with wild yeast.
      http://falsebayvineyards.co.za/
    2. Creation Wines
      Situated in the Hemel-en-Aarde valley a few kilometres inland from scenic Hermanus on the South Coast, here we have a new wine-producing area rich in micro-climates, with this estate run by an experienced European wine maker keen to make a mark in this exciting fertile landscape.
      http://www.creationwines.com
    3. Druk-My-Niet
      Based along the Paarl wine route, this estate, whose name translates as “don’t squeeze me”, has won accolades for its selection of wines, produced with the vision of making excellent wines available at exceptionally reasonable cost.
      http://www.dmnwines.co.za
    4. Spice Route Winery
      A recent creation by the owner of the famous Fairview estate, sourced from vineyards in Darling in the Swartland, famous for Sauvignon Blanc and dryland farming. The wines we are bringing to Japan are reminiscent of the old spice trade route to Zanzibar.
      https://www.spiceroutewines.co.za/
    5. Lanzerac
      Stellenbosch is one of the seats of wine-making in the Western Cape, and the Lanzerac is one of the cornerstones, famous for its fine-dining restaurant as well as its range of excellent table wines.
      http://www.lanzerac.co.za/