Our Wines
Nederburg is South Africa's most decorated name in wine, with more prizes and accolades than any other winery in the country. Our cellarmaster, Andrea Freeborough will tell you that she and her team don't make wines to win awards but to please people's palates. We pride ourselves in creating wines that are well-balanced, refreshing and food-friendly, with a hallmark fusion of fruit and finesse.

About Le Pommier
Nestled amongst the vineyards at the foot of the Simonsberg, the setting offers a Banhoek country cuisine Restaurant with glorious mountain views.

The Beck Family Philanthropic Trusts Initiatives
A passionate commitment towards education and empowerment It was Graham and Rhona Beck’s passion to ensure that quality and integrity go hand in hand. Their long term vision to uplift and enrich peoples’ lives is a powerful legacy which continues to inspire and guide us today.

Nederburg Wines
Enter the gracious, welcoming gates to Nederburg and you will find a breathtaking blend of the traditional and the contemporary, just like its wines.

Experience
La Motte's completely redesigned and refurbished tasting facility, featuring a large fireplace for cosy winter tastings, has been highly commended for the inviting and friendly ambiance.

The Cellar
Asara’s cellar was originally the old manor house on the estate but was transformed into the wine cellar in 1953. Some of the original old cement fermentation tanks can still be seen today.

Background
Wine has been made at Kleine Zalze since 1695. Today, this family-owned winery, 3 km outside Stellenbosch, in the heart of the Cape Winelands, continues the tradition of producing wines of outstanding quality.

History of Marianne
When the owners first visited the Estate in 2002 they fell under their spell...

The Terroir
When Africa, the oldest of all the continents, was formed, enormous pressure caused the southern tip to wrap, creating majestic mountain ranges that follow the coast, creating in the process a multitude of slopes and valleys.

Badsberg History
Against the hill, a stone throw away from the well-known Goudini-spa holiday resort also previously known as Goudini-bad and because of that the mountain received the name Badsberg. This is where the cellar was built in 1951 and was also named Badsberg wine cellar.