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Posthouse

Hermann Gebers bought the farm in the picturesque area between the towns of Somerset West and Stellenbosch in 1981. Situated on a ridge, the winery offers panoramic views of Cape Point, False Bay and the surrounding Helderberg Mountains. This area is one of the preeminent wine regions of South Africa and falls under the ward of Stellenboch.

The farm was systematically planted to vine. In 1996, Nick Gebers made a couple of experimental barrels. Two vintages later, and after a stint in Burgundy, the first vintage was released. As the homestead on the farm had originally operated as a post office, serving the local missionary community of Raithby, it was a logical step to associate the wine with its postal origin. The wines were thus named Post House.

The names of our wines derived from Philately.
This postal theme has been taken a step further by naming the wines either after famous stamps or  philately terms. Here is a history of some of those wines named after stamps


Red Wines

 
Post House Golden Monkey 2014
13.50
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Post House Blueish Black 2014
14.50
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Post House Cabernet Sauvignon 2008
22.00
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Post House Black Mail Merlot 2014
22.00
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Post House Merry Widow Shiraz 2014
22.00
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Post House Penny Black 2014
27.00
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whites

Post House Blueish White 2015
12.50
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Post House Stamp Of Chenin 2013
17.50
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