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Perdeberg Winery

Perdeberg Winery


Introduction

There’s a bush vine revolution going on in South Africa and Paarl’s Perdeberg Winery is right at the forefront. Named after the cape mountain zebras which once roamed the stunning veldt around the Paardeberg Mountain, the winery was established in 1941 and over half its vineyards boast dry land bush vines. The advantages of un-irrigated, un-trellised vines are smaller berries which add structure, complexity and colour to the wines. “We prefer to set trends rather than follow them and we never compromise the exceptional quality of our wines,” says cellar master Albertus Louw of the winery’s approach. These award-winning wines simply must be tried.


Website: www.perdeberg.co.za