David and Nadia (Pty) Ltd.

P.O. Box 158, 7300 Malmesbury
73 Voortrekker Way, SF Trust Business Centre, 7299 Malmesbury
South Africa

This company is co-exhibitor of
Wines of South Africa

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 9): stand B28, stand D34

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.02  AFRICA
  • 01.02.06  South Africa
  • 01.02.06.12  Swartland

Our products

Product category: Swartland

Sémillon 2016

Made from two single vineyards, both bush vine vineyards and dry land farmed.
One was planted in 1960 and the other in 1972 on the Paardebosch farm, where
we are based. This vineyard is planted in the typical decomposed granite soils of
the Paardeberg.

Wholebunch skin contact for seven days, before being pressed to stainless steel
and then racked to an old 300 L French oak barrel to mature until the next
vintage.

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Product category: Swartland

Pinotage 2016

Planted on the highest slopes of the Paardebosch farm, in the Paardeberg, these dry-land farmed bush wines were planted in the 1990’s. Starting every season with the harvesting of Pinotage, these early ripening grapes allow for great freshness to be achieved as it escaped the heat waves of the Swartland during the rest of harvest. Long, but delicate extraction during fermentation and then matured for only eleven months in older French oak barrels.

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Product category: Swartland

Elpidios 2015

Grapes from seven different Swartland vineyards are used, focusing on schist and granite soils of the mountains of the Swartland. The blend consists of Carignan (39%), Syrah (31%), Pinotage (16%), Cinsaut (9%) and Grenache (5%).

30 – 50% whole bunches are sorted and then used in the bottom of an open tank.
The rest of the grapes are all sorted, destemmed but not crushed and added to the tank on top of the whole bunches. Maximum healthy pre-ferment cold soak with a daily punch down and CO2 gas coverage are maintained. Spontaneous fermentation occurs in the tank and we allow maximum extended skin contact (approximately 4 weeks in total). Grapes are gently pressed and drained to old French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation. Wines are matured in barrel for seventeen months.

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Product category: Swartland

David Grenache 2016

Grapes from three different Swartland Grenache vineyards are used (one an organically farmed vineyard in deep iron rich soils, while the other two vineyards grow in granitic mountain soils in the Paardeberg).
30 – 50% whole bunches are sorted and then used in the bottom of an open tank.
The rest of the grapes are all sorted, destemmed but not crushed and added to the tank on top of the whole bunches. Maximum healthy pre-ferment cold soak with a daily punch down and CO2 gas coverage are maintained. Spontaneous fermentation occurs in the tank and we allow maximum extended skin contact (approximately 4 weeks in total). Grapes are gently pressed and drained to old French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation and the wine ages from vintage to vintage.

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Product category: Swartland

Chenin blanc 2016

Grapes from six different Swartland Chenin blanc vineyards are used (only dry land farmed bush vines). The ages of the vineyards vary from 35 to 49 years.
The grapes are whole bunch pressed and cold settling is allowed for the juice before racking into barrel for spontaneous fermentation. The wines age from vintage to vintage in old 300 L French barrels.

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Product category: Swartland

Aristargos 2016

Grapes from twelve different Swartland vineyards are used (the age of the Chenin blanc vineyard vary from 33 to 49 years and the Sémillon was planted in 1960 and 1972), mostly bush vines and dry land farmed. The blend consists of Chenin blanc
(50%), Viognier (20%), Roussanne (12%), Sémillon (10%) Clairette blanche (8%).
The grapes are whole bunch pressed and cold settling is allowed for the juice before racking into barrel for spontaneous fermentation (including malolactic fermentation). The Sémillon is kept on the skins for a few days. The wines age from vintage to vintage in old 300 L French barrels.

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About us

Company details

David & Nadia is a family owned Swartland driven project and we focus on a spectrum of organic, old and dry land bush vine vineyards from different areas with different soil types throughout the Swartland, farmed by like-minded people.

We are members of the Swartland Independent Producers.
In the vineyard we aim for biological farming and in the cellar we work as natural as possible. It is all about the soil and vineyards after all. We believe in a pure, fresh and natural style where site and soil are at work with minimal influence from a winemaking point of view.

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