The Boschendal Estate
Set in the Drakenstein Valley surrounded by dramatic mountain landscapes, lush gardens and vines, the original farmstead complex is now a national monument with a rich and intriguing history of more than 330 years.
The Bellingham Estate
The Bellingham story starts in 1693 when Hollander Gerrit Janz van Vuuren and his French Huguenot wife planted the first 1 000 vines on the estate, then known as Bellinchamp (‘pretty fields’).
The Brampton Studio
We’re not saying there’s anything wrong with conventional wines, we’re just not one of them.
The Franschhoek Cellar
Franschhoek Cellar, a beautiful asset to the Franschhoek Valley, combines the charms of leisurely country life with the elegance of a world-class destination.
The Tall Horse Wines
Out with the airs and graces and in with Tall Horse wines and those who like to enjoy a good glass of quality vino.
Old Road Wines
We tell the story of special pockets of vineyards, grown in the rugged corners of the Franschhoek Valley, one of the Cape’s finest wine regions.
Fryers Cove Wines
Some 300 km’s from Cape Town the R362 winds its way up the picturesque West Coast.

Wine Brands

Environmental Responsibility

DGB has always been mindful of the impact of our wine and spirit production, distribution and exports, with a track record of sound environmental practices and accreditations.

Corporate Responsibility

We are driven to make our communities sustainable for years to come.

Our humanitarian ethos defines the way we engage with our employees, business partners and customers, as well as the communities where we operate.

Social Responsibility

Our aim at DGB is to remain socially and environmentally responsible, while enhancing economic opportunities which serves our business and society.