The heart and soul of Paul Clüver wines:
our family, our vineyards, our passion.
The history of Paul Clüver Family Wines goes back to 1896 when the first generation of the Clüver family began farming on the De Rust farm in Elgin. Four generations of the Clüver’s pioneering spirit in agriculture and conservation has led to today’s status of Paul Clüver Family Wines as a leading producer of world-class noble varietal wines specialising in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay while also begin a showcase of Cape wineland conservation.
Conserving the unique environment of the De Rust – home of Paul Clüver Family Wines – on the Groendlandberg has been a part of the family ethos for four generations, ensuring the magnificent indigenous fauna and flora abound in a pristine environment.
Respect for the natural environment is reflected in the farming of Paul Clüver Family Wines’ vineyards. Fed by pure and natural mountain water, the vineyards are farmed to regenerative practices ensuring soil health and faming as close to nature as possible.