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The Luxury Wine Estate Awards is a recognized global organization providing Wine Estates with recognition for their world class facilities, wines and service excellence provided to clients.
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The Rupert & Rothschild partnership was formed in 1997 by the late Dr Anton Rupert of South Africa and the late Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France. Their vision and guiding principles were carried forward by their sons, the late Anthonij Rupert and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild. Today the Rupert family and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild share this prestigious partnership …
Barbeyrolles was acquired in 1977 by Régine Sumeire. This twelve hectare vineyard located at the foot of the village in Gassin, is a preserved spot of magical beauty in the gulf of Saint-Tropez. It was painted by numerous artists including Charles Camoin. This sleeping vineyard required a lot of patience and hardworking. The first bottle of the Château Barbeyrolles dated …
The 50 hectare wine estate has 27 hectares of vines, accommodation at Basse Provence Guest House and the Rickety Bridge Manor House, and a beautiful tasting room where guests can sample the superb Rickety Bridge Winery wines. Our restaurant, Paulina’s, occupies a stunning location amongst the vineyards – perfect for pensively sipping on our wine while enjoying a meal off …
The legend of Meerendal’s vineyards and wines began in 1702 in a vast and fertile landscape on the slopes of the Tygerberg Hills, only 20 minutes drive outside Cape Town. More than 300 years later the mystery lives on through families and friends, who visit its grounds and join in the spirit of relaxed lunches, superb dining and celebratory events …
As the first registered wine estate in the Robertson Wine Valley, De Wetshof has become known internationally as South Africa’s eminent Chardonnay House due to the pioneering role it played in introducing this noble Burgundian grape to the country. The De Wet family’s winemaking heritage can, however, be traced back to 1694 when the first De Wets arrived at the …
As you arrive at this family-owned winery and thoroughbred stud farm set against the Helderberg in the quality wine growing area of Stellenbosch, the first things which catch your eye is the view towards False Bay and the green paddocks with their white fencing, filled with elegant race horses. Visitors love sitting out on the terrace for a wine tasting …