The unique climate of the region, combined with the rich limestone soils, produce wines which have become popular across the globe for their authenticity, versatility and elegance. At our state-of-the-art Cap Classique cellar the team crafts a range of internationally acclaimed Méthode Champenoise style wines, widely regarded as benchmarks in the industry. We focus on minimal intervention, allowing the authentic essence of the fruit and terroir to shine through. A golden thread runs through Graham Beck; the pursuit of excellence. | Graham Beck
Lord's Wines was established in 2006 when viticulturist, Jacie Oosthuizen, turned his love for cricket and wine into a cellar. The whole concept is based on the Lord's cricket grounds in London. High up on the northern slopes of the mountains surrounding Robertson, in the lush McGregor valley, you will stumble upon a gravel road that will lead you on the road to nowhere. At the end of this striking rainbow you will find Lord's Wines, cradled amongst fynbos and proteas.
From its very humble beginnings in 1852, the town of Robertson has always been filled with the most generous of people. Dr William Robertson, the Scottish minister whom the town is named after, the hard-working community that tends to the wine farms and everyone else here welcomes you with arms outstretched and warm handshakes. Robertson Winery involves everyone from farmers to bottlers in creating wines to share with the world. | Robertson Winery
Viljoensdrift nestled south of the Elandsberg Mountains, on the banks the Breede River, is home to the Viljoen family whose heritage of winemaking dates back to 1818. Today brothers Fred and Manie Viljoen continue this proud tradition and, after humble beginnings in 1998, they are producing award-winning wines with global appeal. Viljoensdrift offers wine tasting, delicious hot and cold meals, boat cruises on the Breede River and Functions/Conferences. | Viljoensdrift Fine Wines
Our philosophy is to create delicious single-block wines, which are the smallest production unit for vineyards and may not exceed six hectares per cultivar. Since 1723, Jan Harmsgat Farm or JHG, is situated on the most southern tip of the Robertson Wine valley along the foothills of the Langerberg Mountains. Our Farm's unique position borders both the dry climate of the Little Karoo as well as the Mediterranean cool sea breezes from the Coastal Regions. | Jan Harmsgat Historical Farms & Guesthouse