“Our wines express our commitment as a family to the unique cultural treasures and land entrusted to us in the historic Lourensford Estate. We cherish this legacy and intend to preserve and protect it while in the custody of our family” – Christo Wiese
Our Wine Ranges
“When it comes to winemaking, we believe in minimal interference; maintaining the purest form of the grapes”, Hannes Nel, Cellarmaster
LOURENSFORD WINE ESTATE
Welcome to Lourensford Estate. As one of the world’s most beautiful wine estates we offer a visual feast across 4 000 hectares of forest, fynbos, fruit orchards and vineyards, which rise up the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains, caressed by breezes off the Atlantic Ocean.
Established by Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel in 1709, Lourensford has a proud history as a world class fruit farm and the wealth of glorious Proteas point to our rich floral heritage. Fortunately, the winemaking tradition was revived when well known Cape business man, Dr Christo Wiese purchased the Estate in 1998.
The scenic splendour, winery, restaurant, coffee roastery, art gallery, outdoor markets and music concerts, as well as cycling and trail-running events ensure we are a popular tourist destination. No wonder our working farm is as popular with the public as it is with honey bees!
Lourensford Estate – a popular tourist destination
Set in spectacular surroundings of gardens and vineyards, visitors are tempted by an array of choice experiences
The Tasting Room
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours at Lourensford Wine Estate
The Millhouse Kitchen
Neighbourhood feel and a place to relax?
The Coffee Roasting Co.
Pioneers of premier specialty coffee roasting
A place to escape the city, Lourensford Market, Somerset West
Come and visit our beautiful estate gardens.
A contemporay function venue perfectly offset by an effortlessly scenic landscape
What’s happening at Lourensford, Somerset West
Why not join us for an upcoming event, from our market to a full symphonic orchestra in the cellar …
Twilight and Sunday market
The Twilight and Sunday markets are hibernating for winter and will reopen with “First Fridays” on 7 September.