History & Geography
The Swartland is the biggest region in South Africa in circumference, not in plantings but does represent a massive diversity of potential terroirs and we are just privileged to be living in this exciting time of the development of this great region and all of its contributions. The lay of the land being vineyards on the coastal plain from 60 meters above sea-level all the way into the Kasteelberg, Paardeberg and Piketberg Mountains as high at 680 meters. Mostly un-irrigated vines of lower yields and great character. It is also a location of very many old vines. Exciting times.
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