Located in Western Cape, near the old town of Malmesbury, Swartland is a famous wine region in South Africa. The entire area encompasses a unique geographic area; starting from the undulating Paardeberg hills in the south to Berg River’s rolling waters in the north. Swartland is also among the major wheat producing areas in South Africa.
The constant Atlantic Ocean breezes adequately support the region's microclimates, offering numerous benefits to its vineyards and the grapefruits. Swartland lies within the South African wine route and is just a few kilometres from the famous Riebeek Valley. The vast wheat fields give the landscape a golden touch during summer.
Since its establishment in 1948, the Swartland winery, which is based just north of Cape Town, boasts many prestigious awards as a result of its consistency and high-quality cellar's wines. The winery is famous for its extensive portfolio that includes white and red wine, which offers real value for money. The Red Jerepigo features full blown flavours decorated by a honey palate. Only Pinotage grapes that are fully ripe are hand-picked for the Red Jerepigo wine. The wine package is classy as a fashionable screw cap graces the wine bottles.
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