Groote Post is a historic 18th century farm on the Cape’s West Coast where winemaking traditions have been revived by the Pentz family. Unique aspects and cool climatic conditions of the Darling Hills yield superlative fruit and their wines are produced to reflect the uniqueness of their vineyard site.
Groote Post has always been best known for its Sauvignon Blanc, but in recent years its other wines, notably Chardonnay, Shiraz and Pinot Noir, have gained greater recognition from its widespread client base, and many of their wines having received a steady stream of accolades and awards since their maiden 1999 vintage.
In addition to its excellent wines, Groote Post offers much to delight, including nature walks, farm drives (booking essential), picnics and the award-winning Hilda’s Kitchen restaurant. The restaurant is situated in an 18th century restored manor house, originally Klawer Valley farm, now a national monument, and serves modern country cooking to a very high standard. The farm also forms part of the famous West Coast Spring Flower Route.