Meerhof Winery

Best wines, harvest after harvest

Rich Legacy

Meerhof was owned by the Kotze Family Trust. lt was bought in 1961 as a wheat and sheep farm. The first vines were planted on Meerhof in 1751 by Kotze’s ancestors, and until 2000, the few grapes that grew here were delivered to Riebeek Cellars, but then Cobus decided to realize his dream and turn the estate into a wine farm, producing its own range of wines.

In 2001 a site with stunning panoramic views over the valley was chosen for Meerhof’s main cellar, carefully designed with a partial underground area for gentle cooling. In Oct 2017 the farm was bought by Koos and Erik Jansen van Rensburg. Meerhof now has a 700 ton production capacity.

The vineyards are meticulously farmed and yields are managed down to below 8 tons per hectare.

Harvesting takes place between mid-February and mid-March.


Wine Tasting

Experience our extensive range of wines and find your new favourite. A tour of our cellar shows how our award-winning wines are meticulously made. 

Meet our Owners

Passion meets legacy

After 40 years in the Highveld farming maize and game, Koos van Rensburg and his son Erik moved to the Swartland four years ago to cultivate grapes at Rheeboksfontein.

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