Perfectly located at the start of the Durbanville Hills Wine Route
The homestead on the farm dates back as far as 1785, when it was originally used as an outpost by Jan van Riebeeck.
In 1905, the Mellish family took over the farm for wheat and dairy production, later planting the vines that are still yielding exceptional wines today.
The Mellish family continue to run the estate, who are dedicated to the task of preserving history, while using modern methods to offer exceptional winemaking.
Although not officially certified, the estate has been farming organically since 2015.