We understand that different markets demand different solutions, therefore we offer an additional service to produce tailor made wines for private and exclusive labels. We work closely with customers to develop brands from concept to finished product, however we also have a number of 'shelf-ready' brands available which can be used as private labels. Please get in touch with us to find out more about this service.

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The awe-inspiring mountains of the Western Cape offer a natural sanctuary for the indigenous Chacma Baboon and some of the very best vineyards in the world. The distinctive bark of the Chacma echoes recurrently through these high altitude vineyards providing a unique backdrop for our viticultural heritage.



This bespoke brand was created in honour of the iconic Lady Anne Barnard; unforgettable and unforgotten “First Lady” of the Cape from 1797 to 1802. The Cape owes Lady Anne Barnard a debt of gratitude, as she was a great advocate of Cape Wines, serving them to her distinguished guests instead of the imported wines fashionable at the time. This brand is ideally suited for bespoke premium wines that pays tribute to an extraordinary woman.



The first lighthouse at the tip of Africa was built in 1860 on the towering cliffs of Cape Maclear. It was a beacon for seafarers on the trade routes between Europe and India, guiding them past the notorious Cape of Storms. It has been inactive since 1918 and is now used as the monitoring point for all the lighthouses on the coast of South Africa, which includes the entire Cape Point area.



The Impression brand and packaging was designed with a minimalistic and modern look for wines that leave and indelible impression once tasted. Ideally suited for mid to premium level wines.



Our terroir is formed through a combination of our unique location, the cool Atlantic and long coastlines, vertigoes mountains and some of the oldest soils in the world. Cape Grace wines were created to convey all these exceptional attributes in wines that are uniquely South African and which offer affordable indulgence.




The Shaka sign originated among surfers as a gesture to of greeting and friendship. It has been globally adopted and in South Africa a greeting of ‘Howzit?’ is often replied to with ‘Sweet!’ and a flash of the shaka.

Sweet wines  are just as casual and easy-going. Take it to the beach, braai or picnic. No glass, no problem. Want to add ice? Sure! Go ahead and make a Sangria or Katemba with coke. Anything goes! The wines are made in an approachable sweeter style with sugar content between 20-30g/L