From its home base on historic L'Ormarins wine farm beneath the jagged peaks of the Groot Drakenstein mountain in Franschhoek, Anthonij Rupert Wines has cast its net wide, across the length and breadth of the Cape winelands, in search of what it takes to make the finest wines this corner of the winemaking world has to offer.

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The Anthonij Rupert Wines philosophy of matching variety to site, to produce the highest quality of fruit, with no commitment spared to capture that quality in a bottle, guarantees a current portfolio of wines that are tiered as much according to style as to intrinsic class.

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The flagship of the Anthonij Rupert wines portfolio. As befits the leaders of the pack, only the best is good enough for this range and presently, it comprises just four wines - all red. Grapes are destined for these wines are sourced from the most ideal growing sites throughout the Western Cape.

Cape of Good Hope
A range created in recognition of the Cape of Good Hope's vinous heritage which stretches back more than 350 years to when the first Governor planted grapes. This range heralds utterly unique sites of ancient vines and pays tribute to those souls who have accepted their role as stewards of this remarkable vine and wine legacy.

The L'Ormarins range consists of four wines, Sauvignon blanc, Sauvignon blanc reserve, Chardonnay and the Optima. The L'Ormarins range is produced from the younger vineyards on the various estates. The winemakers go through the same viticulture and vineyard practices as that of the Anthonij Rupert wines to understand the unique characteristics of each block.

Terra del Capo
What was once the vision and dream of the late Anthonij Rupert has now become a reality in the form of the Terra del Capo range. His love of Italy, its wines and food and the beautiful combination of both, informed the South African expression of three wines: Pinot Grigio, Sangiovese and a Merlot/Sangiovese blend, the Arne.

A collection of eight wines which recognises the flower species - the Protea - so distinctive of the Cape Floristic region, the World's smallest yet richest floristic region. The protea family was named for the shape-changing Greek god Proteus - because of the diversity of its many expressions. The wines are made in a lighter, more accessible style for earlier enjoyment.

Jean Roi
South Africa's first premium rosé still wine produced in a Provancal style. 


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