Perdeberg Wines – Established in 1941 at the Foothills of Pederberg Mountain
Perdeberg Wines is located at the foothills of Pederberg Mountain and receives its name from the Mountain Zebra that used to roam around the area. The winery was established in 1941 and has a tradition of making award-winning wines. The winemakers prefer to make their own style of wines and choosenot to follow winemaking trends. The result is a classic selection of wines that delight the senses. The combination of traditional skills with modern and innovative techniques helps Perdeberg Wines produce superior wines. Wine bottles also feature one of the local Perdeberg Zebras, named Merlot, on the label.
Perdeberg Wines winery constantly tries new and innovative methods in their wine production, they are one of the few wineries that uses aerial infrared photography for grape protection in the vineyards.
Fertile Land and Varying Microclimates
The region in which Perdeberg Wines sits is a very fertile area that has five varying microclimates. Their vineyards spread over a lot of terrain, each plot has its own weather, soil, and altitude. As a result, the winery produces different types of wine with unique characteristics. The majority of their vineyards do not need manual irrigation as the rain levels are proficient for the vines.
Proper Care in the Winery’s Vineyards
Perdeberg Wines loves technology and is always trying out new and innovative methods in their cellars. They are one of the few wineries that use aerial infrared photography for grape protection in the vineyards. This helps them to fight off any problem before it becomes a significant issue. The winery is always looking for solutions to help protect their vineyards, natural surroundings, and the environment. The main grapes that grown at Perdeberg Wines are Pinotage, Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, and Cinsault. The best quality grapes go into the production of their high-quality red, white, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines.