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Stettyn Cellar is set on the slopes of the Klein Drakenstein Mountains between Worcester and Villiersdorp. Our cellar is steeped in history with the farm dating back to the 1700s and the first wine produced in 1964. At Stettyn Cellar, we believe in a “quality first” approach, and our innovative winemaking has visitors returning time and time again. Due to our prime position, the frigid winters and temperate summers produce a pleasant variety of flavours in the grapes resulting in quality wines for the local and export markets. Here, you’ll experience a traditional wine cellar, located among natural beauty ─ ideal for a day trip traversing Worcester’s Winelands. To top it all off, the cellar is pet friendly, so bring along those furry friends when visiting our historic haven.
Stettyn Cellar, R43, Villiersdorp, 6848
In 1988 one of the Cape’s most foremost wine makers, Beyers Truter of Kanonkop Estate, formed a partnership with four ardent wine lovers in Johannesburg with one ideal in mind: to produce a wine of exceptional character. After exploring the Cape Winelands for a suitable location they found a perfectly situated farm in the Koelenhof area within the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin region. Coincidence provided an appropriate name. The farm’s original name was Nooitgedacht, which for five generations belonged to the Beyers family before Jan Andries Beyers sold it in 1895. Beyers Truter is a direct descendent of Jan Beyers, thus making him the sixth generation to farm this land. This piece of land could only have one name – BEYERSKLOOF Beyer Truter’s original search for land was focused on one thing only: finding the best soils to produce a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine. Beyerskloof’s shallow, gravely soil is very similar to that of Bordeaux. The shallowness of the soil led Beyers to plant almost 5 000 vines per hectare to optimise the small pocket of land. The vines are planted with 20 000 Cabernet Sauvignon vines and 5 000 Merlot vines. They are planted north to south on a five […]
Koelenhof Road, R304, Stellenbosch