Citrusdal Wines is in partnership with Fairtrade certified grape farmers to produce Fairtrade labelled wines for local and international consumers. These markets have embraced principled buying behaviour and consciously choose to purchase ethically traded products.

Our Story

Rich Earth

Citrusdal* is a sleepy country town nestled in a sun-kissed valley with the Cederberg Mountains to the east and the Olifants* River Mountains to the west. The river that gives the valley its name is a rich source of life to the surrounding areas. The fertile alluvial soils on its banks produce the crops for which the valley is famous: vineyards, citrus orchards, olive groves, rooibos tea plantations and pungent patches of medicinal buchu.

During the cold winter months of May to July, the valley is rich with the perfume of orange blossom and freshly picked oranges, while the sweet smell of fermenting grape juice fills the air during the sweltering months of January and February.

“Not only was this valley home to herds of elephants more than 300 years ago, history says that San and Khoisan families set up temporary homes here too.”

The small Afrikaans-speaking community has deep roots in the area and its members have adapted to the seasonal rhythms of farming life. Their valley, with its amphitheatre of rugged mountains flanked by lush vines and evergreen citrus orchards, is nature at its very best.

*Citrusdal means citrus valley. *Olifants is an Afrikaans word for elephants.

Our Story

Specially Made

The winter rainfall seeps into the soil which acts like a sponge and sustains the vines during the unforgiving summer heat. This is nature’s way of ensuring its own survival. Growing conditions in the windless, humid and sun-drenched river valley are exceptional and farm workers wait patiently for the ripening process to be completed. Each vintage is the product of the unique terroir and micro-climate in which the grapes were grown – special characteristics which add depth and complexity to our wines.

Our Story

Love of Wine

Charles Back (well-known internationally in the wine industry as a farm owner and wine producer of premium wines) and Mike Paul (a British wine marketer who is deeply attached to South Africa) entered into a collaborative partnership in 2007 with several local Fairtrade and non-Fairtrade farmers to form Citrusdal Wines.

Jaco Brand, an accomplished winemaker and friend of the community, has a deep understanding of the local climate and expert knowledge of cellaring and blending. The red apples, dried peaches, apricots, strawberries, vanilla, spices, soft oak, wood and white pepper.

Our Story

Local is Lekker*

Citrusdal Wines is a vibrant company which fills an important niche in the regional economy. It assists local wine grape growers (its Fairtrade partners) by paying fair prices for their crops. This supporting role uplifts both the farm workers and the wider farming community. Fairtrade inspectors monitor the supply chain and Mother Earth is in charge of growing the grapes.

“All our grapes are sourced locally and our wines are produced in Citrusdal’s cellars.”

Your support for Six Hats enables us to plough the proceeds of the Fairtrade Social Premium back into the community while we continue doing what we love. In practical terms, this means that you have equipped a farm crèche, a preschool classroom and built a much-loved community hall. Our children can’t stop smiling and every day is a new learning adventure for them.

*Lekker is a favourite Afrikaans word which means ‘so good’.

Our Story

Sustainability

The good people who planted white and red grape varietals in the Citrusdal soil and patiently tended them to maturity now harvest a rich bounty every summer. Trailer loads of juicy grapes arrive at the cellars daily where winemaker Jaco Brand transforms them into elegant wines for our drinking enjoyment.

Sustainably secure produce supports cared-for communities.”

As Fairtrade farmers we are thoughtful people: We think about how we grow our grapes, what we are doing to the environment and how we can continue grape farming and wine making in an ecologically sustainable way. We want to leave future generations an inheritance that will support them and their children without depleting our precious natural resources. Dis goed ja.*

*Dis goed ja means that we are all in good agreement with each other.

Our Story

U in UBUNTU

Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning ‘humanity to others‘.

“I am what I am because of who we all are.”

Thanks to your on-going support, Citrusdal Wines in association with Fairtrade are able to make a difference to the lives of the farm workers of Citrusdal. Kom ons kuier lekker saam.*

*Kom ons kuier lekker saam means let’s enjoy a glass of wine together.

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Meaningful Purpose

Fairtrade is an international movement focused on promoting equality and sustainability in the agricultural sectors of the world. Products displaying the Fairtrade mark must meet rigorous ethical standards which are set by the international Fairtrade certification body.

“Fairtrade wine is a key contributor to the improvement of living and working conditions for thousands of farm workers, especially in the Western Cape.” Fairtrade SA

Fairtrade strives to raise awareness of the plight of marginalised farm workers and promotes their right to fair employment and decent living conditions. Worldwide, the agricultural industry has responded positively to consumer preferences for ethical products, and local growers are increasingly embracing the concepts of Fairtrade inspection and certification.

“There are 47 Fairtrade certified wine grape farms in South Africa.” Fairtrade SA

A Fairtrade Minimum Price is guaranteed to wine grape growers to cover the cost of sustainable production; this is a plus-factor that adds an intangible value to branded wines. This arrangement strengthens relationships between the wine brand, its customers and the farming community.

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Source to Shipping

The Fairtrade label means that the supply chain of the manufactured product has undergone a transparent evaluation process where ecological and sustainable production methods have been used from source to shipping. No harm has been done to minds, bodies, society or the environment.

“65% of all the Fairtrade wine sold in world comes from South Africa.” Fairtrade SA

The farmers who supply grapes to Citrusdal Wines adhere to strict environmental controls and no genetically modified organisms (GMOs), including GM seeds and planting stock, are allowed. Fairtrade standards mean that there are strict rules which govern the use of pesticides and there are progressive regulations in place governing carbon dioxide (CO²) offsetting.

“410,000 bottles of Fairtrade wine were sold locally in 2012.” Fairtrade SA

Fairtrade

Powerlessness to Pride

The Fairtrade ethos has boosted our farm workers’ self-respect and dignity. After centuries of exploitation and oppression, their contribution to the economy has at last been acknowledged and they now take pride in their work. Recognition is the fuel that inspires ordinary mortals to live with purpose and reach for their dreams.

“A lot has changed. Now at the end of the week there is still money left over after buying groceries Koos Paulse Heiveld Co-Operative member 2009″

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Conscientious Consumers

If there ever was a time to think, feel and practice conscientious consumption, it is now. Consumers are far better informed than they used to be and can choose to support businesses and brands whose value systems mirror their own.

“11.8 million litres of Fairtrade wine was sold globally in 2011.” Fairtrade SA

Two well-known South Africans, Loyiso Bala (an R&B singer who actively supports many charitable causes) and Reuben Riffel (a chef and restauranteur extraordinaire) are unhappy about the glaring inequalities in the South African agricultural sector and have thrown their weight behind the Fairtrade movement.

“South Africans spent R234 Million on Fairtrade products in 2012.” Fairtrade SA

Fairtrade-certified products in South Africa include cotton, chocolate, coffee, juice, tea and wine, so look out for the blue and green Fairtrade label in the retail aisles.

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Farm to Future

When you buy a Fairtrade product, a portion of your payment is set aside for social, environmental or economic development projects. By choosing to support the Fairtrade concept, you are investing in the future of a specific South African farming community.

“54 cents is the Fairtrade Development Premium contribution for every bottle of Fairtrade wine sold” Fairtrade SA

It’s up to the farm workers to decide which projects are given priority. In South Africa, the Fairtrade Development Premium is often spent on up-grades which are of direct benefit to labourers and their families.

Some 2 500 farm workers are involved in producing Fairtrade wines in South Africa. Add their dependants, and the total rises to over 12 000 people who have benefited from the Fairtrade Development Premium.

“In 2010 and 2011, R12.1 million was earned in Fairtrade Development by South African farms.” Fairtrade SA

The Fairtrade Development Premium in South Africa has been spent on education and training (35%), infrastructure development (20%) and community building (15%).

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Shared Meaning

The Fairtrade certification process and the standards which govern our grape farming and wine-making activities mean that we all share the same understanding of what it truly means to care for one another and our planet.

“Every purchase matters.” Fairtrade USA

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Fairtrade Farmers

Bergendal Farm

The Bergendal farm is situated in the picturesque Piekenierskloof Mountains just outside Citrusdal. The farm comprises 1 800 hectares in total and crops include deciduous fruit, citrus and Rooibos tea in addition to Fairtrade vineyards.

Bergendal’s vineyards are planted at high altitudes, on well drained soils and are predominantly un-irrigated, dryland vineyards, relying on the rainfall in the area.

Varietals grown: Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Noir, Merlot, Pinotage and Shiraz.

Fairtrade certified since 2003.

Owner: Potgieter van Zyl

Further accreditations: Ecocert, GlobalGap, Nature’s Choice, British Retail Consortium, SA Gap, Wieta (awaiting certification) and part of the Rooibos Bio-diversity initiative.

Rheeboksfontein

The farm is in the heart of the Swartland region, 7 kilometres north of Malmesbury and 50 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean. The farm is run by third and fourth generation owners who are descendants of a German settler who arrived in the Cape in 1714. Rheeboksfontein was purchased in the early 1930s and much like the neighbouring farm, Saamstaan, it was very badly eroded. They invested years of hard work to get the farm in a workable and sustainable condition.

The vineyards are planted on high lying red Hutton soils. The farm receives generous rainfall due to the topography of the area. Coupled with the quality of the soils it allows for predominantly dryland viticulture. The farm produces 400 tons of Fairtrade wine grapes annually.

Rheeboksfontein was certified Fairtrade in 2009 and the owners saw this as a natural progression based on the strong relationship that they had with the farm workers. Many of these workers are second or third generation and by embracing the Fairtrade relationship it resulted in their ongoing dedication to the preservation and improvement of the farm. The farm holds great potential for quality Fairtrade grape production in the future.

Owner: Fanie Neethling

Saamstaan Vineyards

Saamstaan (‘stand together’) was purchased in 1948 by Mr Neethling. At the time there was little interest in the farm as it was badly eroded and damaged as a result of flooding. It took Mr Neethling five years to repair the damage and fill in all the eroded areas. The gullies were an average of 5 metres deep and 1 metre wide, and through studying these scars the farmer was able to see that the structure of the soil was constant. The soils on the farm are predominantly Hutton and Clovelly soils. Saamstaan is at a slightly higher altitude than the surrounding farms, making it cooler than its neighbouring farms.

In 1984 Mr Neels (CJ) Neethling began farming independently at Saamstaan. He started with just 20 hectares of vineyard and he sowed 150 hectares of wheat. The farm comprises 630 hectares in total with some 145 hectares unsuitable for farming. Today the farm has 290 hectares of vineyards as well as 27 hectares of pomegranates. Saamstaan is reliant on irrigation and it sources its water from two large dams on the farm of 90 000 kilolitres and 135 000 kilolitres respectively. The farm does not always have sufficient water to sustain its crops and also draws water from the boreholes of neighbouring farms.

Saamstaan employs about 30 permanent staff members with contracted workers during harvest periods. 70% of permanent employees receive free housing on the farm including all water, electricity and sanitation. The farm children attend the local school with transport provided to and from the school.

Fairtrade certified since September 2009.

Fairtrade wine grape varietals grown on Saamstaan:

  • Chardonnay 40.78 hectares (ha)
  • Chenin Blanc 19.28 ha
  • Colombar 3.47 ha
  • Pinot Gris 17.46 ha
  • Sauvignon Blanc 43.89 ha
  • Viognier 32 ha
  • Cabernet Sauvignon 45.22 ha
  • Merlot 16 ha
  • Pinotage 19.45 ha
  • Shiraz 52 ha

Owner: CJ Neethling

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Wines

About our Wines

We are absolutely passionate about growing grapes along the Cape West coast, known for its rolling hills with warm inland temperatures rising from the Swartland (‘Black Land’) during the day and cool Atlantic sea breezes rolling in overnight.

“A region for extreme winemaking – it is harsh and unforgiving but ultimately rewarding.” Charles Back

The deep water retaining soils of these regions sustain un-irrigated bush vine through the long warm summers and are tempered with cool sea breezes at nightfall. The reward comes in the form of small concentrated (grape) berries with well-balanced sugar, acid, tannin and colour, when harvested; produce exceptionally ripe and deep-flavoured wines.

“However, it is our belief that terroir is more than just about soil and climate, but about people too.” Mike Paul

Our Six Hats Fairtrade range reflects the best of the Cape West coast terroir and our commitment to progressive and equitable wine farming. The six hats stand for PARTNERSHIP, CHANGE, POTENTIAL, EQUITY, DIGNITY and SUSTAINABILITY. These principles guide the collaborations and working together of all involved in making, marketing and selling of Six Hats wines.

Wines

Six Hats

We are absolutely passionate about growing grapes along the Cape West coast, known for its rolling hills with warm inland temperatures rising from the Swartland (‘Black Land’) during the day and cool Atlantic sea breezes rolling in overnight.

“A region for extreme winemaking – it is harsh and unforgiving but ultimately rewarding.” Charles Back

The deep water retaining soils of these regions sustain un-irrigated bush vine through the long warm summers and are tempered with cool sea breezes at nightfall. The reward comes in the form of small concentrated (grape) berries with well-balanced sugar, acid, tannin and colour, when harvested; produce exceptionally ripe and deep-flavoured wines.

“However, it is our belief that terroir is more than just about soil and climate, but about people too.” Mike Paul

Our Six Hats Fairtrade range reflects the best of the Cape West coast terroir and our commitment to progressive and equitable wine farming. The six hats stand for PARTNERSHIP, CHANGE, POTENTIAL, EQUITY, DIGNITY and SUSTAINABILITY. These principles guide the collaborations and working together of all involved in making, marketing and selling of Six Hats wines.

Our Six Hats range has been welcomed and well received by the international wine community, particularly in those markets which demonstrate a high awareness of ethically traded products, such as Europe, UK, Scandinavia, USA and Canada.

The Six Hats brand encapsulates what Fairtrade represents to each one of us – the farm worker, grape farmer, viticulturist, winemaker and marketer alike – and it sets the tone for what we love to do every day, making great wine from great berries.

The six hats stand for the principles that guide our collaborations:

Partnership –To continually improve our collaboration as we work together towards our Fairtrade goal.
Change – To meaningfully empower the farming and working communities we touch.
Potential – To nurture and grow the potential of individuals as well as community groups so that they in turn may empower themselves.
Equity – To expand our commitment to Fairtrade resulting in a percentage of sales revenue being ploughed back into community upliftment projects.
Dignity – To recognise the contribution of all stakeholders and treat one another with mutual respect.
Sustainability – To continue to grow and develop Six Hats in line with Fairtrade’s guiding social, economic and environmental standards.

Our Six Hats range has been well received by the international wine community, particularly in those markets which demonstrate a high awareness of ethically traded products, such as Europe, UK, Scandinavia, USA and Canada. The brand encapsulates what Fairtrade represents to each one of us – the farm worker, grape farmer, viticulturist, winemaker and marketer alike – and it sets the tone for what we love to do every day, making great wine from great berries.

Wines

Wine Range

SAUVIGNON BLANC
CHENIN BLANC
CHARDONNAY
VIOGNIER
PINOTAGE ROSE
CABERNET SAUVIGNON
PINOTAGE
SHIRAZ

SAUVIGNON BLANC 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These 18-year-old vineyards are trellised and grow on sandy, loam soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and managed to yield below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

First week of February.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked very early in the morning allowing the fruit to retain their flavour. Only the free run juice was used once allowed to settle and inoculated with selected yeast strain; fermented under controlled conditions at 12°C.

Tasting Note

A well-defined dry white wine with tropical fruit flavours. Elegant balance of fruit and minerality.

CHENIN BLANC 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These are trellised vineyards and grow on koffieklip and oakleaf soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and yields are managed down to below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Middle to end of February.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked very early in the morning allowing the fruit to retain its natural flavour. Only the free run juice was used once allowed to settle and inoculated with selected yeast strains; fermented under controlled conditions at 12°C.

Tasting Note

A wine with tropical aromas of pineapple and peach with a refreshing acidity and some spiciness on the palate. Enjoy as an aperitif, with seared tuna or spicy Asian cuisine.

CHARDONNAY 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These vineyards are trellised and grow on sandy, loam soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and managed to yield below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Last week of February.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked very early in the morning allowing the grapes to retain their fruitiness and flavours. Only the free run juice was settled and inoculated with selected yeast strains; fermented under controlled conditions at 12 °C. Wine was fermented on French oak for 2 months.

Tasting Note

A well-rounded wine with rich red apple aromas and juicy pineapple flavours. Some citrus and vanilla on the aftertaste. Enjoy with poultry of Asian cuisine.

VIOGNIER 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Swartland region. These are trellised vineyards and grow on koffieklip and deep red oakleaf soils with deep water retention. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and yields are managed down to below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Mid-March.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked very early in the morning allowing the fruit to retain its natural flavour. Only the free run juice was used once allowed to settle and inoculated with selected yeast strains; fermented under controlled conditions at 12°C.

Tasting Note

A bold expressive wine with a dried peach flavour and tropical finish. Enjoy it with seafood dishes and also sushi. Also nice with spicy oriental dishes.

PINOTAGE ROSE 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These vineyards are trellised and grow on sandy, loam soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and managed to yield below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Second week of February.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked very early in the morning allowing the grapes to retain their fruitiness and flavours. Cool crushed grapes underwent a 3-hour skin contact in static drainers before being fermented under controlled conditions at 13°C.

Tasting Note

A burst of red fruit characteristics makes this a juicy and easy-drinking wine. Lingering strawberry is well-balanced by refreshing acidity. The wine pairs well with seafood and spicy Asian cuisine.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These 12-year-old vineyards are trellised and grow on sandy, loam soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and managed to yield below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Second week of March.

Winemaking

Grapes are handpicked and cold soaked for 24 hours. Fermentation is initiated with selected yeast strains and is kept under 26°C. Malolactic fermentation is completed in tank and the wine is matured for 6 months, using French and American oak.

Tasting Note

A medium bodied wine with aromas of ripe blackcurrant, plums and hints of dark mint chocolate. Well-balanced with gentle oak texture.

PINOTAGE 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are predominantly sourced from Fairtrade vineyards in the Piekenierskloof region. These 16-year-old vineyards are trellised and grow on Tafelberg sandstone soils with gravel underground. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and yields are managed down to below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Beginning to end of February.

Winemaking

Grapes were handpicked and cold soaked for 24 hours to obtain the desired extract and character, fermentation is started with selected yeasts strains under controlled conditions at 26°C. Malolactic fermentation also took place in tank and was matured for 6 months on French and American oak staves.

Tasting Note

A medium bodied wine with an intense red hue and typical aromas of ripe strawberries and plums. Well-balanced with soft oak and vanilla.

SHIRAZ 2013

In The Vinyard

Grapes are sourced from Fairtrade certified vineyards predominantly in the Piekenierskloof region. These vineyards are trellised and grow on sandy, loam soils. The vineyards are meticulously farmed and managed to yield below 6 tons per hectare.

Harvest Date

Second week of March.

Winemaking

Grapes are handpicked and cold soaked for 24 hours. Fermentation is initiated with selected yeast strains and is kept under 26°C. Malolactic fermentation is completed in tank and the wine is matured for 6 months, using French and American oak.

Tasting Note

Lots of juicy ripe plums and black cherries on the palate with aromas of spice and freshly cracked black pepper. Medium to full bodied with a refreshing aftertaste.

News

CITRUSDAL WINES HONOURED AT MICHELANGELO INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRITS AWARDS

Citrusdal Wines is proud to announce that it received no fewer than three accolades ...

Fairtrade Premium Builds Local Crèche

We have partnered with our two grape supplier farms Rheboksfontein and Saamstaan ...

Citrusdal Wine for Sainsbury’s wins Fairtrade award at the International Wine Challenge

Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Fairtrade Sauvignon Blanc 2013, produced by Citrusdal ...

Distributors

Belgium
Canada
Finland
Ireland
Norway
Switzerland
South Africa
Sweden
United Kingdom
USA

Universal Wines

Contact: Kurt Dewaele or Kristof Samyn 

Telephone: GSM 0475 78 18 22

Address: Industriepark Noord 30, Beernem 8730

Email: info@universalwine.be

Website: www.universalwine.be

RKW Wine Imports Inc.

Contact : Mark Bruni

Telephone: 416 883 3580

Fax: 416 369 0515

Address: 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1W7 Canada

Email : mbruni@rkwwineimports.ca

Website: http://rkwwineimports.ca/

 

Avante-Garde Vins

Contact: Charles Delisle

Telephone: 514 464 0054

Fax: 1 866 635 8736

Address: 1 McGill suite 611 Montréal, Québec, Canada

Email: c.delisle@agwsimports.com

Website: www.agvs.ca

Fondberg Oy

Telephone: 358 9 612 0960

Fax: 358 9 612 9610

Address: Yrjönkatu 11 D 20 FI-00120 Helsinki

Email: info@fondberg.fi

Website: www.fondberg.fi

Gilbeys Wines & United Beverages Sales Limited

Contact: Jonathan Smith

Telephone: 01 429 2200

Fax: 01 429 2230

Address: Finches Industrial Park, Longmile Road, Dublin, Dublin 12

Email: jonathansmith@gleesongroup.ie

Website: http://www.gleesongroup.ie/

Fondberg Norg

Telephone: 47 23 10 65 80

Fax: 47 23 10 65 81

Address: Grensen 16, Oslo 0159, Norway

Email: huset@fondberg.no

www.fondberg.no

Kap Weine

Contact: Andy Zimmerman

Telephone: +41 43 888 21 21

Fax: 43 888 21 22

Address: Rütibüelstrasse 17 Wädenswil 8820

Email: andy.zimmermann@kapweine.ch

Email: info@kapweine.ch

Website: www.kapweine.ch

CL Back & Company

Contact: Sonja Marais

Telephone: 27 83 442 7778

Email: sonja@clback.co.za

Website: www.clback.co.za

For direct orders:

The Foodstore

Contact: 27 21 552 1934

Email: foodstore@iafrica.com

Modern Wines AB part of Fondberg Group

Telephone: 46 8 10 33 66

Address: Linnégatan 87D 6tr, Stockholm 11523

Email: info@modernwines.se

Websitewww.modernwines.se

Off-Piste Wines Ltd

Telephone: 01242 229 630

Fax: 01242 229 631

Address: 123 Promenade, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW

Email: info@offpistewines.com

Website: www.offpistewines.com

Boutique Wine Collection

Contact: Bryce McNamee

Telephone: 1.914.954.6583

Address: 4501 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139

Email: bryce@boutiquewines.info

Website: www.boutiquewines.info

The Wine Team

Logistics and Administration
Bottling and Production
Winemaker
Finance
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Sales & Marketing
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Elsa Smit
Logistics and Administration Manager
Tel:+27 (0) 22 921 2233 Extension 2
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Leonie van der Merwe
Bottling and Production Manager
Tel:+27 (0) 22 921 2233 Extension 6
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Jaco Brand 
Winemaker
Tel:+27 (0) 22 921 2233 Extension 5
Fax:+27 (0) 22 921 3937
Bryan Thomas 
Financial Manager
Tel:+27 (0) 21 872 2429
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Suzanne Venter
Sales and Marketing Manager
Tel:+27 (0) 21 863 2450 
Fax:+27 (0) 21 863 2591
Mike Paul  
Marketing Director
Tel:+44 776 481 0331
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Skype:mikepaul6
Wim Braak
Brand Manager
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