A magnificent 600-hectare property spanning two lush valleys, Rhebokskloof lies at the foot of the Cape’s imposing Paarl Mountain.


To say the Rhebokskloof Wine Estate is impressive is an understatement. Dating back to 1692, this historic estate was carved up into several smaller farms in the 20th century, though recent owners have sought to reverse this. Rhebokskloof is now under the ownership of a group of wine-passionate South African businesspeople with a vision, to restore it to its former glory. An inspiring project will see Rhebokskloof’s splendid Cape Dutch buildings refurbished, and its extensive grounds renovated, with the aim of making wines that do justice to the estate's unparalleled vineyard sites and long wine heritage.

The team at Rheboksloof are focused on the excellence of their winemaking, constantly searching for the latest developments in cellar technology and classic craftsmanship methods. Their award-winning wines are made using traditional techniques, with some of the grapes pressed by hand. The arrival of respected winemaker and marketeer Anton du Toit and renowned winemaker François Naude adds further kudos to Rhebokskloof’s bright new venture, heralding a stellar future.

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South Africa is one of the world’s most exciting wine-producing regions today. Post-Apartheid, the South African wine industry is in renaissance, supported by investment and a dynamic new generation of winemakers keen to push quality boundaries and develop new vineyards and wine styles. Yet South Africa’s wine production dates back to the 1600s.

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