Paul Cluver Wines
Having planted the first commercial vineyards and established the first wine cellar in the Elgin Valley, Paul Cluver is known as the pioneer of wine in Elgin. This family-owned and -run estate has been instrumental in the success and recognition of this ward as a fine wine producing area. From the onset, Paul Cluver Wines has been determined to refine the art of winemaking. Through science, the most suited varieties have been planted to the most appropriate terroir sites. Through knowledge, passion and trial, the most suited winemaking methods have been applied. This focus has resulted in a range of aromatic whites and elegant Pinot Noirs that consistently score well locally and internationally.

Mindful of the environment, Paul Cluver Wines is also dedicated to conservation – 50% of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity. It has been awarded Biodiversity in Wine Champion status and forms part of the Kogelberg Biosphere, a World Heritage site. Awards include Drinks Business Green Awards Lifetime achievement and the Nedbank Green Award for Best Environmental Farming Practises.

Similarly mindful of social responsibility, the family has founded and continues to mentor two schools and the Thandi empowerment project. Recognition includes Drinks Business Ethical Company of the year runner up.
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