WELCOME TO PERDEBERG
Perdeberg Wines, nestled 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
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