Wedderwill Wine Farm is a signatory to the Word Wildlife Fund Biodiversity and Wine Initiative, and is one of just 18 of local estates to be declared ‘Champions in Conservation’.
Biodynamic vineyards, olive groves and a separate game camp are encompassed within the larger 237ha area under conservation. Conservation areas set aside on the estate include threatened Boland granite fynbos, and special habitats such as the riverine and tributaries of the Sir Lowry’s Pass River and fynbos wetlands.
A herbarium was started in October 2005 due to an initiative to record plants and species of two sites on the farm that are of botanical value. Wine tasting can be arranged by appointment.