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Allesverloren Wine Estate

Travel to the heart of the Riebeek Valley in the Swartland for a day of wine tasting, splendid views and a meal with family and friends.
Our rich history and picturesque setting will have you enthralled

About the Vineyards

The Allesverloren vineyards extend up the Kasteelberg mountain in the scenic Riebeek Valley of the Swartland.

The vineyards range from 170m – 350m above sea level and benefit from variance in rainfall of 200mm. Cold and wet winters are followed by warm, dry summers where grapes ripen easily with high concentrations of sugar.

The prevailing westerly winds, cool summer afternoons and the shadows of the mountain refresh the vines by late afternoon. These various meso-climates prove the ideal conditions for creating big, robust red wines.

The soils on this Swartland farm are a mixture of shale and weathered sandstone – a rocky structure crucial to the character of Allesverloren wines.

It accounts for the extraordinary depth which vine roots reach here, thus sustaining strong, healthy vines and fruit of exceptional concentration that result in deeply coloured, powerful wines.

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