Breedekloof Wines

Discover the Magic of Breedekloof Wines

Welcome to our selection of Breedekloof Wines, a treasure trove of South African wines that encapsulate the unique terroir of the Breedekloof wine district. Nestled between two mountain ranges and blessed with a variety of soil types, Breedekloof offers a diverse range of wines that are as captivating as the region itself.

From the lush vineyards of this high rainfall area, we bring you wines that reflect the rich heritage and the innovative spirit of the Breedekloof winemakers. Our collection includes the popular Daschbosch Avon Clairette Blanche, a testament to the region’s affinity for Chenin Blanc, the most planted grape in Breedekloof.

Dive into our collection and let the Breedekloof wines take you on a journey through the heart of South Africa’s wine country. Whether you’re a seasoned wine enthusiast or a curious beginner, there’s a Breedekloof wine waiting to delight your palate.

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Unveiling the Breedekloof Wine Region

The Breedekloof wine district, one of the three districts in the Breede River Valley wine region, is a gem of South Africa’s wine country. It is home to 28 wine cellars, including 11 producer cellars and 17 private cellars, and represents 14.24% of wine grape vineyard plantings in South Africa.

A Unique Terroir

Breedekloof is characterized by a unique combination of terroirs. It is nestled between two mountain ranges and lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Klein Karoo. The region boasts a variety of soil types, from deep heavy black soils to sandy shale soils in old river beds, making it a favourable terroir for wine production. The valley receives an annual winter rainfall of approximately 700mm, classifying it as a high rainfall area in South Africa.

A Diverse Range of Wines

Most traditional cultivars can be found in Breedekloof, with Chenin Blanc being the most planted. This diversity is reflected in our collection of Breedekloof wines, which showcases the region’s ability to produce a wide range of wine styles. One of our standout offerings is the Daschbosch Avon Clairette Blanche, a wine that beautifully expresses the unique characteristics of the Breedekloof terroir.

More Than Just Wine

While wine production is the main economic activity in the Breedekloof, the region also grows peaches, prunes, pears, and other crops. Tourism has become an important industry in the area, with new wedding venues and guest houses providing many opportunities for visitors to immerse themselves in the local culture and landscape.

The Breedekloof Wine Route

The Breedekloof wine route, established in 2002, is the youngest wine route in South Africa. It consists of 22 cellars and runs from Gouda to Montagu (east to west) and McGregor to Tankwa-Karoo National Park (north to south). It forms part of Route 62, which claims to be the longest wine route in the world.