Wolvendrift Private Cellar

Wolvendrift is on the luscious banks of the Breede River and is an extraordinary venue for weddings. Our  Vineyard Deck has exquisite detail surrounded by  picturesque mountains, overlooking the vineyards, luscious lawns and the Breede River.  The Vineyard Deck accommodates 40 guests and is ideal for smaller intimate weddings, functions, training sessions, bus groups,  wine tasting, ect.  Wolvendrift is the perfect place for bird watching, river rafting, fishing, braai’s, picnics and  Cellar tours all year round.  Guest are welcome to come and have a self-catered picnic basket or braai at our picnic area on the banks of the breede river by prior arrangement.  Unfortunately no strong alcohol or beer will be permitted on the premises.  Only Wolvendrift Wines will be allowed.


Wolvendrift was bought in 1903 by Michael Klue, great grandfather of Jan Klue, now  the fourth generation of Wolvendrift.  An upcoming market, favourable climatic condition and the availability of water ensured that viticulture became Michaels top priority.  With exceptional insight, Michael’s son Josef , enlarged his father’s existing cellar.  Wine was produced in bulk and sold to wholesalers.  Josef was also a keen racehorse breeder, but when his son Michael took over in 1980, the horses were sold and the land was utilised for vineyards.  Michael’s knowledge and passion for viniculture makes him an excellent winemaker.  His dedication and enthusiasm is shared by his son Jan, who in 2003 joined him on the farm.  Wolvendrift has been in the Klue family for more than 100 years and the love and devotion to the noblest art, that of blending a special wine, has been carried over from father to son for four generations.

Wolvendrift Farm is 200ha in size of which 130ha consist of vineyards (70% white wines and 30% red wines).

For more info please contact:

Office No:   023 616 2890
Fax No:       023 616 2396
E-mail:        info@wolvendriftwines.co.za


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