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Annandale Wines

Annandale Wines

Annandale Wines, dating back to 1688, was one of the earliest farms granted at the Cape. It is one of South Africa’s first 15 settled farms making it the oldest farm in the premier area of the Helderberg, situated in the famous Stellenbosch district.

The Dutch East India Company established a trading settlement and provisions station at the Cape in 1652 to supply ships sailing between Europe and the Far East. A few decades later, one of the earliest governors of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, granted the land now named Annandale to free burgher, Jan Wismaar. Van der Stel’s signature appears on the title deed, dated 1688. That was just nine years after the town of Stellenbosch (named for Van der Stel) was established by some early settlers. Annandale lies in what is known as the Golden Triangle, one of the most sought- after wine growing regions of Stellenbosch, renowned for its superior redwine terroir.
The farm’s manor house and cellar was built in the early 1700s and stand as testimony to its long-standing heritage of more than three centuries of wine growing. Originally, the property was called Brakelsdal but that name was changed to Annandale about 100 years later, as the owner of the day was wooing a young woman from the Annan River Valley in Scotland. Although wine has been grown here for 315 years at least, there was a time after World War II that the farm became known for the shelter it provided to abandoned and abused Horses. It was only after the current owner, Hempies du Toit, bought Annandale in 1996 that he returned the primary focus to wine, making reds his specialty. To keep alive the memory of the many brave and beautiful horses who lived out their days here, he chose to include a proud
equine in the Annandale Wine Logo.

All our wines are sold at cellar door prices - the same prices you'd pay on the farm.
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Annandale Wines

Annandale Wines, dating back to 1688, was one of the earliest farms granted at the Cape. It is one of South Africa’s first 15 settled farms making it the oldest farm in the premier area of the Helderberg, situated in the famous Stellenbosch district.

The Dutch East India Company established a trading settlement and provisions station at the Cape in 1652 to supply ships sailing between Europe and the Far East. A few decades later, one of the earliest governors of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, granted the land now named Annandale to free burgher, Jan Wismaar. Van der Stel’s signature appears on the title deed, dated 1688. That was just nine years after the town of Stellenbosch (named for Van der Stel) was established by some early settlers. Annandale lies in what is known as the Golden Triangle, one of the most sought- after wine growing regions of Stellenbosch, renowned for its superior redwine terroir.
The farm’s manor house and cellar was built in the early 1700s and stand as testimony to its long-standing heritage of more than three centuries of wine growing. Originally, the property was called Brakelsdal but that name was changed to Annandale about 100 years later, as the owner of the day was wooing a young woman from the Annan River Valley in Scotland. Although wine has been grown here for 315 years at least, there was a time after World War II that the farm became known for the shelter it provided to abandoned and abused Horses. It was only after the current owner, Hempies du Toit, bought Annandale in 1996 that he returned the primary focus to wine, making reds his specialty. To keep alive the memory of the many brave and beautiful horses who lived out their days here, he chose to include a proud
equine in the Annandale Wine Logo.

All our wines are sold at cellar door prices - the same prices you'd pay on the farm.
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    Annandale Wines

    Annandale Wines, dating back to 1688, was one of the earliest farms granted at the Cape. It is one of South Africa’s first 15 settled farms making it the oldest farm in the premier area of the Helderberg, situated in the famous Stellenbosch district.

    The Dutch East India Company established a trading settlement and provisions station at the Cape in 1652 to supply ships sailing between Europe and the Far East. A few decades later, one of the earliest governors of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, granted the land now named Annandale to free burgher, Jan Wismaar. Van der Stel’s signature appears on the title deed, dated 1688. That was just nine years after the town of Stellenbosch (named for Van der Stel) was established by some early settlers. Annandale lies in what is known as the Golden Triangle, one of the most sought- after wine growing regions of Stellenbosch, renowned for its superior redwine terroir.
    The farm’s manor house and cellar was built in the early 1700s and stand as testimony to its long-standing heritage of more than three centuries of wine growing. Originally, the property was called Brakelsdal but that name was changed to Annandale about 100 years later, as the owner of the day was wooing a young woman from the Annan River Valley in Scotland. Although wine has been grown here for 315 years at least, there was a time after World War II that the farm became known for the shelter it provided to abandoned and abused Horses. It was only after the current owner, Hempies du Toit, bought Annandale in 1996 that he returned the primary focus to wine, making reds his specialty. To keep alive the memory of the many brave and beautiful horses who lived out their days here, he chose to include a proud
    equine in the Annandale Wine Logo.

    All our wines are sold at cellar door prices - the same prices you'd pay on the farm.
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