Cederberg lies at over 1000 metres altitude, one of South Africa’s highest wineries, surrounded by a very unique and dramatic landscape. To produce any wine at all here, let alone make some of South Africa’s most admired wines, is testimony to the passion and commitment of owner/winemaker David Nieuwoudt, fifth generation Nieuwoudt at the farm. Conservation is fundamental at the farm and Cederberg is a committed member of the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative. As a result of the farm’s remote location, the vines are by nature virtually organically grown. The wines have a unique purity of fruit and freshness which has become the Cederberg trademark.
A rare cultivar with 77 hectares remaining left in the world. Cederberg Bukettraube is an explosion of aroma and flavour. It has prominent Muscat flavours with apricot and floral notes on the nose. A well balanced wine with a delicate sweetness and a crisp acidity.