Three is a charm. Especially when it comes to incredible white wines that pair beautifully with winter fare. Our much-loved Chardonnay Reserve 2014 is made from our very best hand-picked, first-press Chardonnay and was awarded an enviable 4 and a half stars in John Platter. Prepare for a fresh and complex nose of ripe citrus, fresh pineapple and butterscotch. The palate is elegant and leans more to an old world style with an exceptional balance of fruit and texture. Our brand new Semillon 2014 possesses an exquisitely [...]

May 26th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

On the farm, we've been busy uprooting old, sick vines and planting new ones, installing the trellis on young vines, and finishing the sowing of our cover crops. The rains are a bit late, so along with the rest of the drought-stricken Cape, we’re praying more comes soon. Open Door's Wine Wednesdays is increasingly gaining a following - so be sure to book soon to take advantage of their great offer. And The Bike Park at Uitsig is as popular as ever. Check out their [...]

May 26th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

A wonderful thing about being surrounded by vineyards is the unsentimental, unceasing and yet truly exquisite way the passing of time is observed. The flourish and leaping greens of summer, almost overnight, give way to burnt orange, rusty red and brown leaves...

Our resident gardening guru, Niall McKrill, shares his secrets to creating crème de la crème compost. “As winter approaches and piles of leaves begin to accumulate, now’s the perfect time to start making your own compost. So let’s get down and somewhat dirty…

Reflecting on the 2017 harvest, it seems it was an outstanding one for most vineyards in the Cape. Our winemaker, Jacques, agrees...

Who can deny the lure of a good red on a cold day? As temperatures begin to dip, thoughts of warmer food and rich red wines begin to sound oh-so-good… But you’d be crazy to disregard all white wines until warmer weather surfaces again. Here’s why, and which wines to reach for…