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KWV South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

57 Main Road, 7646 Paarl
South Africa

Telephone +27 21 8073344

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 9): stand A33

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.02  AFRICA
  • 01.02.06  South Africa
  •  Paarl
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.02  AFRICA
  • 01.02.06  South Africa
  •  Other South African wine cultivation areas

Other South African wine cultivation areas

  • 03  SPIRITS
  • 03.13  Brandy


Our products

Product category: Paarl

KWV Wines

KWV Wines are crafted with extraordinary skill and dedication, keeping our vision in mind – to ensure that every vintage is better than the last, constantly offering a rewarding experience.

Working closely with our grape growers, our viticulturists are part of the complete process – from vineyard establishment to harvest. Our winemakers visit the vineyards regularly to familiarise themselves with the terroir and the fruit, and new areas are constantly targeted to ensure that the grapes we use fit the stylistic direction of the range.

The KWV Wines portfolio includes KWV Classic, KWV Reserve, KWV Sparkling and Concordia as well as the Abraham Perold Heritage collection, named after the man who
played a key role in KWV’s Heritage.

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Product category: Other South African wine cultivation areas


Roodeberg maintains its legendary heritage and consistency, while continually evolving in line with the modern lifestyles of its global consumers.

This elegant, fresh red wine has aromas of raspberry, red cherry and mulberry with subtle nuances of spice. The palate is beautifully layered and smooth with well-integrated, silky tannins and a lingering finish.

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Product category: Paarl

Golden Kaan

Africa charms with its romance and mesmerising beauty. Its untouched landscapes ignite curiosity; its sunsets rekindle the light dimmed by the unnatural pace of modern life. An excitement in the air dares you to indulge in its mysteries.

This is a continent that has truly mastered the art of spoiling your senses. Start your journey with Golden Kaan and explore the flavours of Africa.

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About us

Company details

KWV is one of the leading wine and spirits producers in South Africa and has a distinguished heritage, celebrated around the globe, of product innovation and exceptional brands. These include Roodeberg, KWV Wines & KWV Brandies, and Laborie.

From its earliest roots in 1918 as a small co-operative of growers - Proud Pioneers with the vision to improve wine industry standards and quality in South Africa - KWV has grown into a global producer of over 100 products.

Our wines and grapes are sourced from the most sought-after viticultural regions of South Africa and grown from the world’s oldest earth. Our cellars, one of the largest complexes in the world and featuring the world-famous Cathedral Cellar, have produced an award-winning range of products. Our brands have a solid foundation in tradition, while innovating with contemporary tastes. Over the decades they have earned KWV a loyal following of discerning consumers both locally and abroad. 

Our commitment to quality in all aspects of our business has earned us multiple local and international accolades, with our brands having collectively earned over 300 awards in the past year alone. We also celebrate our success in sustainability – we are one of the leading black empowered companies in the wine and spirits industry and are dedicated to our role as founding member of the Association for Responsible Alcohol Use (ARA). 

KWV is present in over 100 markets globally, with key focus markets including Scandinavia, Germany, the Americas, Japan, and South Africa. We place a high value on our relationships with our international partners, who ensure that our brand presence extends across national and cultural borders.

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