Neethlingshof Wine Estate, flanked by the Bottelary Hills and Papegaaiberg Mountains, is steeped in history dating back to 1705. The estate Read more [...]
Bartinney is set on the dramatic slopes of Botmaskop alongside the Helshoogte Pass overlooking the picturesque Banhoek Valley. Michael and Rose Jordaan repurchased the 27ha family farm in 2006, with a vision to create excellent wines and reawaken the charm of the historic land.
“Our belief is that every aspect must work in harmony: agriculture with nature, people with animals, sustainability with excellence.”
Bartinney is Carbon Neutral. This means that a zero carbon footprint in both farming and wine making has been achieved. 50% of Bartinney’s power is generated through solar. The farm has had Champion status in the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative (BWI) since September 2010. Rose is a founder member and Trustee of the Banhoek Conservancy, whose goal is for the social upliftment of the poorer communities in Banhoek and environmental improvement of the natural areas of the greater Banhoek Valley.
You might want to try their Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 and Vintage Elevage 2010.
Wine tasting at the Tasting shed are R30 per person for three Bartinney wines. Mon – Fri 10h00 to 16h00
Cellar tours by appointment only