Dornier focuses on premium wine
Dornier clearly concentrates on the production of premium wines. The winery makes use of traditional technology combined with modern strategies so that this combination efficiently leads to success. That is the only way how the winemakers are able to link interesting opposites such as delight and seriousness or complexity and simplicity. All workers are familiar with this spirit producing irrevocably amazing wine from South Africa.
Dornier unites the meaning of cultivation and ripening
Dornier literally matches cultivation and ripening, for you wouldn’t notice any difference in how workers are employed when cultivating or supervising the process of ripening. Dornier does not separate workers from certain specialized areas of work, resulting in the workers controlling the entire cycle of life of the wine from South Africa.
The Dornier vineyard benefits from ideal location
Dornier is composed of two estates, the Keerweder and the Homestead Farm. They are the oldest wine farms in South Africa and have a long and successful tradition in common. Red and yellow granite soils can store high proportions of moisture keeping the vines at a low temperature. The fresh Atlantic breeze prevents the vines from growing too fast. As a result we face excellent Dornier wine from South Africa.
Dornier’s historic path of architecture
The Dornier vineyard has a historically interesting progression of architecture running through a couple of centuries. The old barn is coining the 18th century revealing fantastic impressions of that time. The homestead represents the 19th century whereas the modern cellar technology is among the most sophisticated technologies of the 21st century. Frequently, tourists visit the exhibition of architecture and determinedly jump to the following conclusion regarding Dornier wines: elegant, clean yet complex.