Dating back to the early years of winemaking in South Africa, this iconic Stellenbosch estate with its unique Stone Pine avenue, still serves the Stellenbosch and South African wine industry well with its extensive range of modern, quality wines with an historic edge. Known for its iconic Noble Late Harvest (named Maria in honour of its founding matriarch), award-winning Pinotage (The Owl Post) and industry-leading Malbec, the Neethlingshof name is synonymous with quality not only in its wines, but also in its hospitality offerings on the historic Stellenbosch WineRoute.

The estate gives credence to the region’s enviable ability to grow, successfully, vastly diverse wines within a relatively small area due to n
umerous divergent altitudes, slopes, soil classifications and terroirs. Neethlingshof is also extremely proud of its Conservation Champion status from the WWF programme and strives to grow and produce its wines holistically in order to secure its future for generations to come.

  • Number of bottles produced: 400.000
  • In charge of vineyard management: Hannes Van Zyl
  • Name of Company contact: Guy Webber
  • Telephone: +27 21 883 8988
  • Website:
  • Address:

    Neethlingshof Estate
    Polkadraai Road, Stellenbosch
    Western Cape, 7600
    South Africa

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