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Indaba Vineyard

With a name taken from the Zulu word for ‘a meeting of the minds’, or a traditional gathering of tribal leaders for a sharing of ideas, Indaba was created as a celebration of the democratization process in South Africa and from its inception, the wines have conveyed the spirit of South Africa. The wines are made by Cape Classics and production is overseen by Bruwer Raats, celebrated winemaker of Raats Family Wines. The grapes for the range of wines are selected from emerging regions of the Cape Winelands such as Robertson, Wellington and the Breede River Valley.

A commitment to social responsibility has always been a key part of the Indaba philosophy, with a portion of the proceeds from the wine’s global sales previously funding a scholarship programme that supports wine-related studies for students from formerly disenfranchised communities in South Africa. This has recently been superseded by the newly-created Indaba Education Fund (IEF), under which Indaba is taking its long-standing commitment to education a step further by shifting its focus to the crucial area of early childhood development. The Indaba Education Fund’s mission will be to provide teacher training, infrastructure and learning materials all based on a Montessori approach, at schools established for wine farm workers’ children in the Cape Winelands. This training is coordinated in the Winelands through the Stellenbosch-based Sustainability Institute and the Newberry House School. IEF aims to implement positive changes in society by starting at the beginning – identifying and fostering untapped potential in children at an early, receptive and influential age in hopes of encouraging brighter futures. Read more…

Cape Classics Chairman & CEO Andre Shearer talking about the IEF


I can only repeat what I wrote last year, namely that if one could replace the 98% of cheap Chardonnay being poured around the world that ranges from mediocre to miserable with glasses of this, no consumer would (nor should) ever again be willing to settle for less” David Schildknecht, eRobertParker.com (of Indaba Chardonnay)

• Wine Spectator – numerous ‘Best Value’ accolades

• Wine Enthusiast – ‘Best Buy’ awards

• eRobertParker.com: “Indaba offers some truly mind-boggling values

Wines we are currently listing:
2015 Chenin
2015 Sauvignon Blanc
2013/14 Chardonnay
2014 Merlot
2014/15 Mosaic (Cab Sauv/Merlot/Malbec/P Verdot)
2015 Jam Jar Shiraz