The Cluver have a holistic approach to agriculture. The family owned business owns an estate nestled within the Kogelberg natural reserve (UNESCO world heritage site), and has reserved 80 hectares out of a total 1000 ha for the culture of vines. More than half of the land has been dedicated to the cause of preservation of biodiversity, reserving the more fertile soils for the production of apples and pears. The Cluver family has been the main tenant since 1896 and are one of the major promoters of the Elgin wine. Their wines are the expression of this unique territory, characterized by a cold microclimate, showing a surprising resemblance to a typical Alsatian style. Farming practices are as sustainable as possible and the family is a sponsor to the BWI.


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