Woolworths TASTE

How to drink and save the planet

1. Cederberg Private Cellar

These vineyards are among the highest in the Western Cape at 1 036 metres above sea level. Only about 300 hectares are used for farming, the holiday resort and staff housing, with the rest placed under CapeNature’s care, with 5 200 hectares under conservation and forming part of the Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor. Cederberg Cellar farms sustainably and, because this isolated area has minimal disease, this

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