Hermanuspietersfontein Boerdery is a Biodiversity and Wine Initiative (BWI) Champion Farm, nestled in the mountainous valley area close to Stanford and the Atlantic Ocean. The farm produces a variety of wines, and is also a haven for a variety of local flora and fauna.
Graham Beck’s Robertson wine estate is situated in the beautiful Breede River Valley bordering the semi-arid Little Karoo region.
Gabrielskloof is a family-owned and run wine estate just off the N2 outside Botrivier. The farm aims to produce their wines in the most environmentally friendly way possible, showing respect for the region's biodiversity at all times.
Burgherspost Wine Estate on the Darling wine route was one of the very first estates to be given Champion status under the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative.
Cederberg Private Cellar on the Dwarsrivier farm produces award-winning wines from high-altitude vineyards.
Hidden Valley Wines are farmed in accordance with ecologically sensitive farming practices. This includes the careful consideration as to how soil is prepared, vines are nurtured and land is conserved.
Klein Constantia is home to some of the most historic vineyards in South Africa. Simple winemaking techniques are used to create consistently excellent wines. Klein Constantia is continually working to produce wines in more environmentally responsible and biodynamic ways.
Koelfontein has been the proud heritage of seven South African generations. Fruit farming is the central focus of their business, while white grapes are also cultivated for Koelfontein wines.
Bouchard Finlayson is a boutique winery in Hermanus, producing Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines of outstanding quality.
Bartinney is a wine farm and estate set on the dramatic slopes of Botmaskop alongside the Helshoogte Pass overlooking the picturesque Banhoek Valley in Stellenbosch.