A family owned winery established in 1968. Celebrating more than 30 years of wine making excellence. The Simonsig history dates back to the late 1600 when the farm was developed by Huguenot settlers.
The farm changed hands several times but since 1947 came into the hands of the Van Niekerk and then Malan family. In 1968 Frans Malan bottled his first wines and sold most of production is the local market. His vision and ideas on wine making and marketing spurred the estate wine concept in South Africa and gave birth to the Stellenbosch Wine Route.
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Established in 1941, Robertson Winery is recognised today as one of South Africa's leading cellars. The fertile Robertson Valley with its variety of meso-climates and soil conditions create a wide spectrum of terroirs, allowing us to produce an exciting diversity of wine styles.
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Le Riche Wines are produced in the Jonkershoek Valley outside of Stellenbosch. The recently renovated (1996) cellar is situated on the farm "Leef op Hoop" (Live on Hope).
Etienne le Riche studied wine making and viticulture in the University of Stellenbosch and founded the Le Riche winery in 1996. His cabernets have already achieved critical acclaim across the US and Europe.
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