It's been a challenging - yet exciting - past few months at Zandwijk. We can finally reflect back on this year's harvest and share some insight with our loyal customers.
read more » Wednesday, 11 April 2018
Here is some of the best work from the Wine Label Design Awards 2018 proudly sponsored by Rotolabel. We want you to indicate your favourite towards establishing the winner of the People’s Choice Award.read more » Tuesday, 06 March 2018
Experience the essence of the captivating Paarl Wine Route during the annual Proe Paarl Festival taking place at the landmark Taal Monument on Saturday and Sunday (28-29 November).read more » Friday, 27 November 2015
Looking back at the past year it is evident that the South African wine industry has seen many changes, controversies and closures but it is important for us to look ahead to the positives that the New Year brings. As stated by Deepak Chopra "All great changes are preceded by chaos".read more » Thursday, 15 December 2011
Zandwijk Wines (Pty) Ltd, the only producer in South Africa of only kosher wines, received a 3 star rating in the Best Value Wine Guide 2012 for their Kleine Draken 2011 Merlot.
read more » Tuesday, 08 November 2011
"The Kleine Draken Food & Wine Pairing Evening was held at Avron's Place in Sea Point on 12 October 2010.
Tickets was for sale to the public at R180 per head. On arrival we started with a welcome glass of Kleine Draken Vin Doux Sparkling Wine."
read more » Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Zandwijk Wines (Pty) Ltd, producer of the Kleine Draken range of kosher
wines and grape juice, has just released three new wines, one being the
first South African kosher sparkling wine to be released on the market.
read more » Tuesday, 28 July 2009
The 2009 harvest started about 10 days later than last year because of
the cooler weather in December. The quantity is on par with last year
and in terms of quality 2009 will be an exceptional year.
read more » Friday, 01 May 2009
At last it looks like spring is here! At Zandwijk, home of Kleine Draken kosher wines, the oak trees are budding and so are the vines. After a long wet winter we are very excited about the 2009 harvest. Although it is still early times our non-irrigated Cabernet Sauvignon grapes should benefit from the higher water table.
read more » Monday, 01 September 2008