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Bertha Wines at Weltevreden 1692

Bertha Estate wines are harvested below the jagged peaks and rolling hills just outside Stellenbosch at Weltevreden 1692. This estate is three hundred years old, has legendary status and features in the history of wine in South Africa. It's also a National Heritage Monument representing new-classical Cape Dutch architecture. The bespoke wines are named after the late owner Bertha Bezuidenhout famed for her resilience and creative spirit. This family have dedicated their winemaking pursuit to crafting easy-drinking, accessible wines that are fresh and food-friendly, reflecting the spirit of the Cape and limited in volume. They offer four options, chosen for their food-pairing appeal: a sauvignon blanc, a Semillon, a rosé and a shiraz.