Stock up on all your favourite De Grendel wines before Wednesday, 1 March 2024 to beat our annual price increase. Delivery is free for all orders of 12 bottles or more.
We want to express our heartfelt gratitude on behalf of our entire team for your unwavering support throughout 2023. Your support has been instrumental in making this year one of the most successful in our history, and we are proud to share some of 2023’s highlights with you.
De Grendel Estate is thrilled to announce that its esteemed Koetshuis Sauvignon Blanc 2022 has achieved a prestigious accolade as a winner in the highly competitive annual FNB Sauvignon Blanc SA Top 10 competition.
Schnitzel á la Holstein has its roots in 19th century Germany as a twist on the classic Wiener Schnitzel. Pair this recipe with a glass of Op Die Berg Chardonnay.
De Grendel Wines, an emblem of excellence in South African winemaking, is thrilled to announce outstanding scores in the highly regarded 2023 Tim Atkin South African Report.
De Grendel Wines, a distinguished name in the South African winemaking industry, is elated to announce its exceptional triumph at the prestigious Michelangelo International Wine & Spirit Competition.
A family favourite, chilli con carne is a warming dish that is great for wintery nights. Lots of fresh chilli, sweet pepper and the secret ingredient – cocoa powder – gives chilli con carne it’s depth of flavour.
You’re going to love the crispy outside and creamy inside of these Italian snacks, because instead of deep frying these balls, we’ve opted for a healthier air-fried version and we’ve paired it with our De Grendel Op Die Berg Pinot Noir.
Ragu typically has a meat-based sauce, but this one is entirely vegetarian. That said, you won’t believe how spot-on its meaty flavours are! The secret lies in the combination of woodsy portobello mushrooms and earthy herbs. Together, these two create a masterpiece, especially when paired with the Rubaiyat.
De Grendel wine estate’s long-standing commitment to environmental conservation and sustainable farming has been recognised with Conservation Champion status by the WWF, the world’s leading independent conservation organisation.