For Robertson Winery wine making is a natural process and with the hands-on nature of life in the Robertson Wine Valley, we see it unfold every day. From the soil it is grown in, the water that feeds the vine and the elements each harvest is exposed to, our grapes are the product of many influences before they are even turned into wine. Add the human touch to the process and the real relationship begins. It’s this collaboration between nature, workers, farmers and winemakers and the grape that already implies a product to be shared and enjoyed together.
From its very humble beginnings in 1852, the town of Robertson has always been filled with the most generous of people. Dr William Robertson, the Scottish minister whom the town is named after, the hard-working community that tends to the wine farms and everyone else here welcomes you with arms outstretched and warm handshakes.
Robertson Winery is nestled in a valley of abundance, from the sun-drenched mountain vineyards growing select varietals to plentiful river valley vineyards heavy with fruit. But more than the land and the climate, it’s the people who’ve always been generous. In fact, many of the farms and farmers have been supplying us for decades. And because the rhythms of the seasons inform everything that we do, the best grapes are picked at the right time, pressed, fermented and blended by our winemakers, the result is award-winning wines you can’t help but want to share. Robertson Winery is home to well known wine both locally and internationally and have competed on the big stages of the world, The wine range includes wines such at the Barista Pinotage, Fat Bastard Shiraz, Fat Bastard Cabernet Savignion, Robertson Winery Natural Sweet Red, Robertson Winery Sauvignon Blanc , Chapel Dry Red, Chapel Dry White and many more.
Check out our Robertson Winery selection here at Platform 62 and add your favourite wines to your basket, Remember to share the greatness of the valley with your friends and relatives at your favourite sport, Remember to add the Robertson Barista Pinotage, Fat Bastard Chardonnay, Fat Bastard Merlot, Chapel Dry Red, Chapel Dry White and much more.
Showing 1–24 of 35 results