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A BIT ABOUT US

Nestled in the picturesque Riebeek Valley, tucked up against the slopes of the majestic Kasteelberg, lies Riebeek Cellars.
This medium-sized winery on the western coast of the Cape Province of South Africa sources its grapes from the fertile Riebeek Valley and the slopes of the mountain where the climate is very similar to the Mediterranean.

Through the years as vineyard practices developed, cultivars were planted in soil and at slopes best suited to them. These well-tended vineyards enable the production of high quality wines which makes Riebeek Cellars the choice of wine buyers internationally. Well-known both in South Africa and abroad, Riebeek Cellars manages a variety of brands for various countries.

 

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Olive Festival 2015

What a SUCCESS!!! We at Riebeek Cellars look forward to the Olive Festival every year, and 2015 exceeded all expectations!! Thousands of people visited our picturesque town to come and enjoy a weekend of fabulous wine, fantastic food,festive music...

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Riebeek Cellars at Prowein 2015

Prowein is the largest international wine trade show to feature New World Wines. With over 5 000 exhibitors from across the globe and more than 75 000 visitors, it truly is a spectacular platform for Riebeek Cellars to put their...

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Congratulations!!

Congratulations to Glenville Van der Merwe, the winner of a brand new Riebeek Cellars branded bar fridge!!! We held a lucky draw at the local Kaap Agri and Glenville was awarded just for buying Riebeek Cellars wine. Well done...

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Chenin Blanc 2015 Coming soon…

We are very excited for Riebeek Cellars Chenin Blanc 2015 to make its arrival. We are positive that, like previous years, it will only continue to get better and better!! Watch this space and be sure to get your...

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Our Winemakers

Zakkie
Bester

CEO / Cellar Master

Eric
Saayman

Senior Winemaker

Alecia
Boshoff

Winemaker

Tarien
Hansen

Viticulturist

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