Nestled in the picturesque foothills of South Africa's Simonsberg Mountain, Warwick Estate Winery is dedicated to producing high-quality wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region. Using traditional methods and sustainable practices, the team at Warwick strives to create wines that are true to their varietal character and express the essence of their origins. With a deep respect for nature, the winery is committed to protecting and enhancing its land for future generations. Whether you're enjoying a glass of their flagship Cinsault or exploring one of their small-production blends, each Warwick wine tells a story of passion, dedication, and love for the land.
Started by the Warwick family in 1997, Warwick Estate Winery is now run by the fourth generation. The winery takes its name from the township of Warwick, which was founded by the Warwick family in 1892. Situated on the slopes of Simonsberg Mountain, just outside of Stellenbosch, the estate has a rich history dating back to the 17th century. The original farmhouse, which was built in 1690, still stands on the property and is now used as a tasting room and private event space.
The Warwick Estate Winery team is committed to sustainable practices and protecting the environment. They use traditional methods in the vineyard and winery, suchas dry-farming and organic viticulture, to minimize their impact on the land. The winery is also a member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative (BWI), which promotes sustainable management of natural resources in the wine industry.