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Since the rise of Boschendal as a wine brand of international acclaim under Anglo American management, the momentum and innovation are hallmarks of the marketing style that has become entrenched. This slick and professional approach has led the way, always at the forefront of innovation and the pristine class and quality worthy of Boschendal.

Today Boschendal wines are enjoyed in more than 50 countries. The coveted South African Wine Producer of the Year Award that Boschendal brought home from The International Wine and Spirits Competition in London in 2004 benchmarks the global excellence of a brand born of pedigreed origins. Together with an outstanding winemaking team, Boschendal is destined to rise and amaze the world with every passing vintage.


Explore The Boschendal Estate

The Farm

Agriculture and a simple farm lifestyle is at the heart of Boschendal. One of the oldest farms in South Africa, founded 1685, the farm has grown with the passing centuries into a cherished source of wholesome produce, great wines and happy memories.

Weddings & Functions

Boschendal provides an idyllic natural setting for large and small functions. The Boschendal Manor House, Rhone Homestead, The Olive Press, the Werf Restaurant and the beautiful gardens are available to host an array of celebrations or events in a relaxed and tranquil environment.

Eat & Drink

The Cape Dutch farms were historically renowned for their warm welcome and generous hospitality. What crowned this welcome was the Cape table, laden with wholesome dishes made from ingredients from the farm’s werf and fields.