Wintersdrift Wine

Wintersdrift Wine

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Wintersdrift forms part of the Fruitway’s Group in the Elgin Valley. A unique feature is the wine tasting and platform eatery at a railway station siding, with a commitment to local and sustainable ingredients.
Although primarily an apple and pear farm, the first vineyards were planted in 2004, with approximately 60ha currently under vines and the Winters Drift brand was launched in 2010.
The then owners, the Molteno Brothers, set aside 500ha of uncultivated mountain fynbos and were founders of the Groenlandberg Conservancy in 1998. The farm is registered with CapeNature to conserve the remaining areas of unspoilt fynbos.

Wines can be tasted and purchased from the Winters Drift Tasting Station and alongside is the Platform 1 Eatery.

Trail running also available on the farm.
Tues – Fri: 09h00 to 16h00
Sat: 10h00 to 16h00
Sun & Mon: by appointment only

+27 (0)21 859 3354

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