Lemberg’s thoughtful, open-minded and progressive embrace of their terroir is producing some of South Africa’s most unique and exciting wines.


Lemberg Wine Estate lies in the heart of the scenic Tulbagh Valley surrounded by the Witzenberg and Winterhoek mountains. Established in 1978, the estate originally found fame as the smallest wine estate in the Western Cape, nowadays Lemberg’s draw is in its uniquely stylish and eclectic varietal compositions – within Lemberg’s vineyards you will find the South African mother-block of the rare Hungarian white variety, Hárslevelü (harsh-ley-ve-lou). Released as a single varietal within their portfolio, it also plays a major role in Lemberg’s major white blend; The Lady.

Another strength of the estate is their understanding that innovation need not require a rewriting of the rule book. This is evident in their inspirational interpretation of Pinotage in the Spencer cuvée which has much in common with top flight cru beaujolais.