Hermanuspietersfontein

Nestled between the mountains some 50 kms from Cape Agulhas and a mere 25 kms across Walker Bay on a clear day – from Hermanus’ Old Harbour – the highest peak you’ll see across the bay is our farm… Constituting the heart of Sondagskloof – a cool climate area – where the average temperature is two degrees Celcius cooler than the rest of the Walker Bay district. Courtesy of the naturally challenging topography, our vineyards reap the welcoming benefits of those cool Atlantic Ocean breezes that ultimately deliver an elegant range of European style wines for your enjoyment. The expression of altitude and exposure to the prevailing South Easterly winds initiates the distinctive microclimate bestowing upon Sondagskloof’s Sense of Place.

Wines on offer:

  • Hermanuspietersfontein Bloos Rose 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 3 Sauvignon Blanc 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 7 Sauvignon Blanc 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 5 Sauvignon Blanc 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Die Bartho 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Posmeester 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Kleinboet 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Die Martha 
  • Hermanuspietersfontein Die Arnoldus 

Hermanuspietersfontein Bloos Rose

The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Methode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.

Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 3 Sauvignon Blanc

This is a gentle elegant wine with a fragrant bouquet, fine fruit and a dry finish. Its low alcohol makes this an ideal companion for a hot summer’s day or a lunch time meal.

Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 7 Sauvignon Blanc

The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Methode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.

Hermanuspietersfontein Nr 5 Sauvignon Blanc

This is a gentle elegant wine with a fragrant bouquet, fine fruit and a dry finish. Its low alcohol makes this an ideal companion for a hot summer’s day or a lunch time meal.

Hermanuspietersfontein Die Bartho

The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Methode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.

Hermanuspietersfontein Posmeester 

This is a gentle elegant wine with a fragrant bouquet, fine fruit and a dry finish. Its low alcohol makes this an ideal companion for a hot summer’s day or a lunch time meal.

Hermanuspietersfontein Kleinboet 

The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Methode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.

Hermanuspietersfontein Die Martha 

This is a gentle elegant wine with a fragrant bouquet, fine fruit and a dry finish. Its low alcohol makes this an ideal companion for a hot summer’s day or a lunch time meal.

Hermanuspietersfontein Die Arnoldus

The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Methode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.