Great wines are made in the vineyard and should be a reason to celebrate. The Brut, a méthode cap classique, became over the years a cult wein that not only Nelson Mandela enjoyed for his inauguration, but as well Barack Obama for his presidential win.
In 1983 the entrepreneur Graham Beck bought the farm Madeba close to Robertson in order to produce South African wines and sparkling wines of extraordinary quality. They planted new grapes and in 1990 appointed Peter Ferreira as winemaker. Already in 1994 the first wines were exported to Europe. A few years later Graham Beck bought more vineyards in the Cape. Robertson became with mainly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes the hot spot for the Methode Cap Classique in South Africa.
In 1994 Nelson Mandela enjoyed the Graham Beck Brut for his inauguration. Exactly 14 years later Barack Obama celebrates his presidential win with Graham Beck Brut.
Graham Beck Wines, one of the most well known South African wineries, is still a family run business. The third generation is already there to assure Graham Beck's future.
Graham Beck's philosophy is "Nothing less". They focus on continious improvement and development and try to reach the best for their wines.
|Graham Beck Wines
|Graham Beck Enterprises - COO Pieter Ferreira (Aug 1990)
|Pierre de Klerk (Oct 2010)
PO Box 724, Robertson 6705, South Africa
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