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Stellenbosch Vineyards recognised for excellence at 2016 Nederburg Auction

22 September 2016  -  Stellenbosch Vineyards

Amongst some of South Africa’s finest rare wines, Stellenbosch Vineyards participated at the 2016 Nederburg Auction of rare wines where the last nine cases of its icon wine The Flagship Petit Verdot 2010 came under the hammer.

With a reserve price of R1500 for a case of six, the bidding for the sought-after wine, attracted interest from local and international buyers. Considering that red wines performed particularly well at this year’s auction, The Flagship echoed the same result as it fetched a remarkable price of R800 per 750ml bottle – double the price of when it was first released.

Group Sales & Marketing Executive, Jeff Gradwell comments: “The price achieved for The Flagship gives clear evidence of our capacity to produce wines of superior quality that are able to age over an extended period. At Stellenbosch Vineyards we aim to create wines that bears testimony to our philosophy of excellence and elegance. Knowing that our icon wine is held in such high esteem is an inspiration for our winemaking team to continue on the path of excellence, producing world-class wines with a true sense of terroir.” 

Experience the second and recently released flagship wine from Stellenbosch Vineyards, The Flagship Cabernet Franc 2010, at its luxurious tasting room situated on the historic Welmoed Farm in Stellenbosch or order online at

 About Stellenbosch Vineyards

Stellenbosch Vineyards is one of the leading wine producers and exporters in South Africa, set in the heart of South Africa’s wine industry - the picturesque Stellenbosch wine region. Internationally celebrated for the company’s pioneering performance and exceptional brands, Stellenbosch Vineyards provides innovative, branded and private label solutions in partnership with its customers in various FMCG and other wine sales sectors.With a unique portfolio of exceptional brands, Stellenbosch Vineyards brings 80% of its volume to markets around the globe with the rest sold locally. For more information, visit