Cape Agulhas is at the southern tip of Africa, located in the Overberg region, 170 kilometres southeast of Cape Town where the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean. The sea off Cape Agulhas is notorious for winter storms and mammoth rogue waves, which can range up to 30 metres.
These factors contribute to the unique terroir where Sauvignon Blanc thrives. The climate is extremely mild, with no temperature or rainfall extremes. It is these cool maritime winds that are giving this very special area the reputation of producing captivating wines that become fuller, more rounded and complex with each vintage.