BRAMON WINE ESTATE – THE CRAGS PROPERTY FOR SALE IN PLETTENBERG BAY
Bramon Wine Estate is the first producing wine farm this far east of the Western Cape and the key driver of establishing a Wine of Origin status for the Plettenberg Bay region, a coup for the area. The combination of being the first wine estate in the region, having a vibrant and thriving restaurant (currently rated no. 2 out of 65 restaurants on tripadvisor), unique wedding venue (cellar for ceremony and restaurant for reception) boutique concept award winning wines. Bramon Wine Estate (BWE) is well placed to support the consolidation of the wine industry in the area.
Pivotal to this vision was the construction of the Bramon Wine Cellar in 2010, which acts as the central production facility for the Plettenberg Bay wine of origin region. At this junction, there are in the region of 20 new wine farms in development (60ha under vine), 9 of which have dad their first vintage vinified in Bramon Cellar, and many more in the planning phase. These growers have the option to sell their output to the Cellar, the grapes being processed into Bramon Methode Cap Classique”s (MCC) and still wines or alternatively their harvest is processed and bottled under their own label for a fee charged by the Cellar.
Over the years, Bramon has won many accolades for the wines and bubblies, Veritas, Michelangelo Silver, recently 2 Michelangelo Double Golds plus high reviews in Pletter 4s and 4,5 stars.
Bramon Cellar (Pty) Ltd will be responsible for all aspects of winemaking from harvesting to final product as well as marketing. Bramon Cellar management will management of all aspects of the 3 vineyards. This will include training of staff, and all viticulture aspects from pruning through canopy management, disease control etc. The Cellarmaster arranges all aspects of harvesting with client farms, as well as allocation of cellar space.
Finally, through embedding the MCC production process, the region will have a robust output of bubbly with an innovative Bubbly Route which will further enhance the unique character of the region and support the integration of new farms into the wine and tourism industry.