Welcome to the Wine Fund
We have sourced choice wines, spirits and gluten free ciders from Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, the Riebeek Valley, Wellington, the Swartland region and Elgin.
We mainly sell per case (not per bottle) and we deliver free of charge if you live in the Cape Peninsula, Pretoria, Durban, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, East London, Mossel Bay or Upington areas.
Red Wines & Pinot Noir
There are many kinds of red grape grown in the Western Cape of South Africa, and you might find some more unusual varietals on some estates. Red wines are most often (but not always) matured in oak barrels, and the skins are left on. The result is a lovely red colouring from the skin, and a richness from the wood.
White Wines & Chardonnay Pinot Noir
Enjoy our Wonderful White Wines
White wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks, but some are later matured in wood barrels. One of the most notable differences between white wines is the woodiness. Wooded whites are usually yellower and rich, while those bottled straight out of steel tanks are more clear, with a crisp finish.
Gin, Vodka, Brandy & Cider
OUR EXCEPTIONAL 'POTSTILL' GINS, BRANDY & GLUTEN FREE CRAFT CIDER
Relihan Distillery is reviving an old tradition of distilling in a quiet corner of the Riebeeksrivier valley. Their philosophy is simple. They use only the best, locally sourced ingredients to create high-end gins for people who value the good things in life. They distill their gin by hand to be involved every step of the way. "It's an age old tradition for each Swartland farm to have a potstill. By producing fine spirits The Relihan Distillery is keeping an age old tradition alive and flourishing."
As more people look to seek out gluten-free products that taste nice, we’d like to refer you to a craft cider'. Take a swig of Cluver & Jack gluten-free craft cider, and you’ll experience a variety of complex flavours and the overwhelming feeling of refreshment.
Bubbles, Rosé, Dessert & Port-Style Wines
Bubbles - Méthode Cap Classique (MCC)
Champagne is the sparkling bubbly from France and it can only be labelled and called champagne if the grapes are harvested in the Champagne region. MCC stands for Méthode Cap Classique and is the South African equivalent of champagne, following the same bottled fermented process that the French use, but because it's not French grapes, it can't be called champagne.
Can be made still, semi-sparkling or sparkling and with a wide range of sweetness levels. Neither a white nor of the red variety, the rose is a pink wine produced from red grapes with minimal skins contact, almost similar to the white wine process.
Dessert wines are high quality sweet wines you’ll taste while exploring the vineyards of the Western Cape.
EXPAND YOUR WINE COLLECTION WITH OUR FINE WINES
Every wine has its own story. Our top end quality fine or luxury wines are produced in the most well-known wine areas of the Western Cape and selected with great care for your wine collection.