South Africa

Western Cape

With an influx of technique, capital, diversity and pride, South Africa is a premier winemaking region, full-stop. In fact, the reborn country is now the eighth largest producer in the world. This quiet emergence from its historic reputation means the market has yet to catch up to the quality of South African wine. But don’t take our word for it. Check it out for yourself.


Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge, Western Cape

Greek for “a serene state of mind, free from worry and preoccupation,” Ataraxia wines live up to it’s name. Known as “The Skyfields,” Ataraxia is situated in the mountains in the beautiful Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge (Afrikaans for “heaven and earth”) area in Walker Bay beneath a lofty peak of the Babylon’s Tower mountain range.

Hemel-en-Aarde lies west of Cape Agulhas, Africa’s southernmost tip with close proximity to the South Atlantic Ocean. The climate is particularly mild and ideal for growing cooler-climate loving grapes.


Simonsberg-Paarl, Western Cape

Babylonstoren started in 1692, when it’s first owner looked up at the Simonsberg Mountain and thought its shape resembled the biblical Tower of Babel. The estate boasts a 5 star hotel, two on site farm to table restaurants, and the famous gardens which date back to the origin of the farm.

The Babylonstoren logo, which consists of the pipe (representing the lifestyle of the farmer), the flower (representing the garden) and the bird (representing nature), combines the very essence of Babylonstoren – keeping things simple and as true to the earth as possible.


Paarl, Western Cape

Bayede! is the first and only “Royal Signature” and “By Appointment To” trademark for the African continent. Signed by the Zulu King, HM King Goodwill Zwelithini, Bayede! reflects Royalty, history, culture and quality.

In 2009 HM King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu expressed his long held desire to create sustainable jobs in South Africa. The Bayede! Royal brand is a beacon of hope and empowerment that the majority of Africa relates to.


Stellenbosch, Western Cape

The name “Kaapzicht” (Cape View) comes from the fantastic view this winery has over Cape Town and Table Mountain.

Since the first vintage was bottled in 1984, Kaapzicht has become highly respected for both quality and value, having earned a multitude of local and international awards.


Banghoek Valley, Western Cape

Zorgvliet, pronounced ‘Sorg-fleet’ translates to ‘no worries.’ Where did Zorgvliet the name Silver MYn? In 1740 Frans Diederik Muller claims to have discovered silver, copper and even gold between the two big rocks in the Simonsberg Mountains. Yet no silver was found after 5 years of searching, and Muller was sent home as an imposter.

Who knows what other mysteries and secrets lie in the Banghoek Valley?


Stellenbosch, Western Cape

Villiera is a family run winery in the Stellenbosch region of South Africa. The Grier family has run the farm for 4 generations, growing into a leading South African producer with a range of award-winning Cap Classique sparkling wines, first released in 1984.


Cape Town, Western Cape

Sugarbird was founded at the end of 2017 with the goal of creating a gin with a perfect balance between floral and citrus notes, but with local ingredients bringing something unique and special.

Sugarbird is Cape Town’s first distillery. The Cape Floral Kingdom is the smallest but is the richest of the world’s six floral kingdoms in terms of plant, flowers, which are classified as “fynbos.” The Sugarbird is one of 6 bird species that occurs only in this tiny part of the world where “fynbos” grows.

The goal was to augment the traditional gin ingredients with unique, flavourful and diverse “fynbos” plant species found in the mountains on our doorstep to create a truly special range of gins.

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