Vineyard Varieties
South African Grape Varieties
Red Wine Cultivators
White Wine Cultivators
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Noble varieties which have been cultivated increasingly in the past few years include Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, which produce top-class white wines, and Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Pinot Noir. A significant proportion of our red wine vineyards are currently very young – 52% are under 10 years old.

The Worcester Region has the most vineyard plantings (19% of all vines), followed by Paarl and Stellenbosch (17%), Robertson (14%), Malmesbury (12 %), Olifants River (9%), Orange River (9%) and Little Karoo (3%).

The Worcester Region also produces the most wine (26%), followed byOlifants River (16%), Robertson (15%), Paarl (13 %), Stellenbosch (10%), Orange River (9%), Malmesbury (8%) and Little Karoo (3,9 %).