Boutique South African winery Journey’s End has had a busy start to the year, not only acquiring new vineyards from a neighbouring Stellenbosch producer, but also opening a new cellar and wine-tasting centre earlier this month.
The new land, which includes an operating Equestrian centre that is open to the public, was acquired from Mount Rozier estate, the remainder of which has been bought by Highberry Vineyards. Journey’s End only produces wine from grapes from its own estate, which are picked at night. The acquisition takes the vineyard from 38ha to 50ha.
Journey’s End wines are available in the UK through Bibendum.