WELCOME TO PERDEBERG CELLAR
Perdeberg Wines, basking in the shadows of the Paardeberg Mountain in Paarl, adopted its name from scores of Mountain Zebra that once roamed its foothills, mistaken for wild horses by the Dutch.
Established in 1941, our wines are rooted in a tradition of producing award winning wines grown in various micro climates in the area. The superior quality of Dry land vineyards and our innovative winemaking techniques combine to produce premium wines of world class quality.
At Perdeberg Cellar, we prefer to set trends rather than follow them and we never compromise the exceptional quality of our wines.
AWARD WINNING WINES
Since 1941, Perdeberg Cellar has produced wines of excellence. Our wine team’s passionate and innovative approach has enabled us to accumulate more than 200 national and international awards over the past five years.
DRY LAND INFLUENCE
The majority of our vines are Dry Land vineyards. These vineyards are unirrigated and produce exceptional quality grapes that are smaller and packed with flavour.
MORE ABOUT US
Date: Saturday 2 November, Time: 11:00am to 16:00pm. Venue: Perdeberg Cellar, Windmeul, Paarl, 7630. Chenin Blanc has made huge strides in quality and popularity over the last few
Date: 19th October 2019 Time: 10:00am to 17:00pm Dress code: Come as you are! This year marks the 10th edition of our annual Perdeberg Family Festival celebrations! You
In the early 1940s, wine farmers in the Perdeberg region grew dissatisfied with the low prices they were getting for their premium quality grapes. Then an astute farmer named Jan
Perdeberg Cellar’s Dry Land Collection Barrel Fermented Chenin Blanc 2016, kicks off the 2018 South African wine award season with a Platinum nod from SAWi, as well as listing on
1956 was a pivotal year for Perdeberg Cellar. Unusually heavy rains in the area resulted in a poor harvest for most of the farmers in the area and quality came
With the winemaking process almost perfect, it was time to turn to the vineyards. The expertise of a viticulturist was called in to help choose the right cultivars and implement