The eastern boundary of our property is formed by the Bungonia Creek as it winds its way through to the Bungonia Gorge, a popular tourist spot for hikers and canyoners, located in the Bungonia National Park.
We produce high quality wine, vigorous plants and organic produce by following sustainable permaculture, biodynamic and holistic management practices. This includes the implementation of aquaponics systems as a means of producing nutritious food using about 1% of the water for equivalent production in soil. We have recently implemented a Hugel Kulture bed and a wicking bed, both of which aim to use less water than conventional methods. We welcome visitors who wish to learn more about these techniques.
We released our 2016 wines in July 2016 -, a Rose 2016 and a Sauvignon Blanc 2016. The Rose is deliciously fresh with hints of strawberry and enjoyed by so many that it was sold out in 2015. Our Sauvignon Blanc was equally sort after and also sold out in 2015. We now have our new seasons Rose and Sauvignon Blanc available. The Sauvignon Blanc has hints of passionfruit, gooseberry and citrus with a dry but fruity finish. Our cool climate Shiraz 2014 can be tasted along with our traditional favorites, the 2013 Merlot, the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon (young and cheeky) and the 2010 Cabernet Sauvigon (aged and complex). Try them out at one of our market days or visit the cellar door on Sundays (or by appointment at other times).
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