OUR portfolio

  • The Garland
    Sauvignon Blanc 2011
  • Peacock
    Chardonnay 2011
  • Myrtle Grove
    Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
  • Tobacco Street
    Shiraz 2010
  • The Beekeeper
    Merlot 2010

latest news

Our Trebuchet

On April 2nd 2013 we embarked on the ambitious project of constructing a 60ft tall, 12.4 ton medieval trebuchet.

Our Community

Our main vehicle for channeling resources into the community is the local church and we work closely with Pastors Johnny Clink and Leister Allies to improve conditions and opportunity. READ MORE


sealWelcome to Mount Rozier

Our 20 hectare farm is situated on the Schapenberg slopes above Somerset West, neighboring Vegelegen. Mount Rozier can be reached in half an hour from Cape Town international airport. The location with its commanding views, undulating topography, varied soil composition and idyllic micro-climate provides a natural amphitheatre to produce world class single vineyard wines.

Research into the history of the farm led to the selection of Mount Rozier, after Annie Rozier, a local flower merchant who gathered wild flowers on the slopes of Myrtle Grove at the turn of the century and sold them in Cape Town.

Situated on a South West facing slope, the Cabernet Sauvignon single-vineyard stands in splendid isolation and is super ceded only by a more spectacular outlook. It is just over 3 ha and is easily located by a lone oak tree at it’s base.

The soils are deep red/ochre colour, known as Oakleaf and Hutton types. Derived from granite, they are highly regarded for stability and water retention properties.

Completing the full complement of micro-climatic influences, the fresh South Easterly wind blowing from Gordon’s Bay provides natural cooling during the growing season.