• 1
  • 7
  • 6
  • 2

Place Category: Wine Farms and Paarl Wine Farms

More Info
  • We welcome you to join us on the farm and enjoy farm life in our self-catering cottages.

    Druk-My-Niet is a 24ha farm in Paarl which was originally granted to the Huguenot, Francois du Toit in 1692 as a portion of Kleinbosch Farm. The buildings on the farm are some of the oldest in the Paarl valley and have enormous historical significance. Dorothee and Georg Kirchner bought the farm in 2002 and began a 6 year period of renovation and replanting the Estate. The old cellar is now a 80 tonne boutique winery.

    The farm lies in a biosphere reserve and endangered species of fynbos can be found here. As a member of Biodiversity and Wine we farm using only sustainable and environmentally friendly methods. We are also in the process of converting operations to fully organic.

    Our winery is situated in a biosphere reserve and we choose to use only sustainable farming methods. We’re a proud member of the Biodiversity Initiative.

    Over the years our wine cellar has grown to an 80 tonne boutique winery with state of the art machinery and equipment. In 2012 we sold a total of 8051 bottles of wine – 60% of which we exported to
    international wine lovers.


  • Address: Bo Dal Road, Dal Josafat
    Western Cape
    South Africa
  • No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.