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The best wine estates from South Africa

Simonsig – Wine for the connoisseurs

Simonsig wine relies on excellent quality and convinces critics and lovers wine from South Africa from all over the world. The complex manufacturing methods and modern cellars ensure the high quality standard in order to gain the best possible wine. The true connoisseur recognizes the tastes of grapes and terroir that is reflected in a Simonsig wine.


Simonsig winery – ideal location in a unique terroir

The Simonsig Estate belongs to the region of Stellenbosch and is just 50 kilometres away from the metropolis Cape Town. Not only experts prefer this region as one of the best wine growing regions of South Africa. There are so many wineries than nowhere else in South Africa. This is not surprising because this region and therefore the Simonsig wine benefit from the ideal position. The amount of sunshine on the slopes, the nutrient-rich soils, sufficient rainfalls and the cool Atlantic breeze ensure for best ripening conditions.


Simonsig wine by first-class winemakers

A true Simonsig wine comes through the expertise and skills of the winemakers. The winery in Stellenbosch counts on highly trained winemakers who accompany the production process with loving attention to detail from planting the vines to bottling.


Simonsig – biologically and sustainable winegrowing

The Simonsig estate is a member of the Biodiversity Initiative. This ensures a respectful and sustainable use of nature. The wine farmers plant only fine vine and use the existing possibilities in the region of Stellenbosch to produce excellent South African wine. In addition, the wine farmers have the possibility to use the different grape varieties to create new combinations.