Social Responsibility
As much as there has been a dedication to producing top quality wine at La Motte since its acquisition by Dr. Rupert in 1970, the estate has also shown a distinct responsibility towards uplifting and empowering its people.

Our winemakers
Pieter Ferreira and Pierre de Klerk make up our team.

The Vineyards
The grapes for Fleur du Cap are harvested from different areas in the Coastal Region. In Stellenbosch, the premier wine region of the Cape, the grapes are picked from the foothills of the Bottelary hills.

Our Wines
Kleine Zalze wines are marked by a classical structure and complexity matched by a vibrant flavour intensity. Discernibly South African in style, they are refreshing, beautifully balanced and well-suited to food.

The Villiera Cellar
Winemakers Alexander Grier and Nathan Valentine (overseen by Cellar Master Jeff Grier) craft a range of wines characterized by a strong reflection of Villiera's unique terroir and the retention of the distinct aromas and flavours of the different varietals. The Griers have been pioneers in the Cap Classique category and their innovative approach has been evident in other categories as well as in their business. The cellar is IPW certified and HACCP accredited and all Villiera wines are vegan friendly.

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.

Historical Buildings
La Motte boasts four provincial status (previously known as national) monuments - the Manor House (built in 1751), Jonkershuis (thought to have been built in 1752), Historic Cellar (built around 1782) and the Water Mill (erected between 1752 and 1793).

Delheim Wines: Industry Classification
Industry Classifications: Cape Vintner Classification (CVC) | Agricultural Ethical Initiative (WIETA) | The Integrated Production of Wine Scheme (IPW)...

Our History
Wine has been made in the Durbanville area from the end of the 17th century but it wasn't until the late 1990s when Durbanville Hills Wines was established.

Social Responsibility
M'Hudi Wines is a mentorship programme between the Grier family and the Rangaka family from a neighbouring vineyard. M'Hudi Wines is 100% owned by the Rangaka's with Villiera assisting with production and marketing of some of their wines.