There on 1.5 hectares our Pinot noir vines drive their roots deep into stone & clay to produce an unforgettable wine.

A tiny wine farm in touching distance of the small coastal town of Plettenberg Bay with two comfortable, pet friendly self-catering cottages: That Place & Ons Hoek.

That Place

That Place is a comfortable self-catering home where you can spend a good, relaxing holiday. Wide balconies show forest and pastoral views, rich bird-life,and, if you are lucky, elephants wandering through their paddocks across the valley!

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Ons Hoek

Ons Hoek is filled with our parents books, treasures and knickknacks. This warm and comfortable house is for your exclusive use.

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Wine of Origin


Plettenberg Bay – It’s a Feeling!


And it most certainly is! Hip, hop and happening, long silvery sandy beaches, crisp seas, whales and dolphins, nature trails, animal sanctuaries, horse rides, a plethora of welcoming hotels and lodgings and, well, wine … it’s a destination as diverse as you’ll find anywhere, embraced by the majesty of the Tsitiskamma mountains with Mount Formosa keeping a benign eye on us all.

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A Vision of Vines


The remarkable naturalist, ornithologist and explorer William John Burchell (1781 – 1863) noted during one of his many travels up and down this area between 1810 and 1815, that the land here in Plettenberg Bay could be conducive to the production of wine.

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The Vineyards of Plettenberg Bay


The first vines were planted at Bramon to much scepticism in 2000.  The first harvest took place in 2004. The first Sauvignon Blanc Method Cap Classique bubbly in South Africa was produced by Mr Bubbly himself, the acclaimed wine maker Pieter Ferriera.

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Wine of Origin: Plettenberg Bay


In 2006 we became a Wine of Origin Region with distinctive MCC and wines that convey a sense of place -  wines and bubblies of great merit,  award winning, accessible and delicious.

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The WineMaker of Plettenberg Bay


For Plettenberg Bay’s emerging wine industry, having a cellar master of the calibre of Anton Smal is nothing short of a gift from the gods. 

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