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Cederberg Wine Cellar, Sanddrif, Cederberg Wilderness Area

Cederberg Wine Cellars, Sanddrif, Cederberg Wilderness Area

The Cederberg Private Wine Cellar has a unique location in the beautiful, pristine Cederberg Wilderness Area. This area is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom and its rugged mountains, stunning scenery, clean rivers and wild flowers attract hikers, climbers, cyclists, fly fishing enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Here, among spectacular rock formations and fynbos, you will find the highest altitude vineyards in the Cape. Conservation is fundamental and Cederberg Private Cellar is a committed member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative.

Cederberg Wine Cellars WinesThe cold climate and remote location, with its pure mountain air and water, ensures that the vines are virus free. This results in award-winning wines which show an exceptional purity of fruit. The farm has been in the Nieuwoudt family for five generations and David Nieuwoudt currently makes the wines.

Cederberg Private Cellar produces six ranges of wine – Cederberg, which includes its signature Bukettraube; Five Generations; David Nieuwoudt Ghost Corner; the Waitrose Foundation sustainable range; Cape Atlantic; and the Cape Winemakers Guild Auction wines.

Tasting Hours: Monday to Saturday: 09:00–12:00 & 14:00–16:30: Sundays, Good Friday & Christmas Day: Not open for tasting

Tel: +27 27 482 2827: E-mailWebsite.

As this area has so much to offer tourists, the Sanddrif Farm, location of the Cederberg Wine Estate, offers camping and chalets and is a convenient springboard to the attractions in the central and southern Cederberg.

From Cape Town, take the N7 turn-off on the N1 and, 28 km after Citrusdal, turn right at the Algeria/Cederberg sign. Continue past Algeria and over the Uitkyk Pass (second pass) – about 46 km of gravel road – until you reach Dwarsrivier, home of Cederberg Wines. Total distance from Cape Town: ±250 km; ±3 hours’ drive.

More info on the town of Clanwilliam More info on the Cederberg Region