Winery Graham Beck

Quantity: 2
Cap Classique Brut
  • John Platter 4 stars
Graham Beck Cap Classique Brut
Preis €17,90 €16,90

(23,87 €/ l) incl. VAT
plus shipping costs

MCC Brut Rosé
  • John Platter 4 stars
Graham Beck MCC Rosé  N/V
Price €18,50

(24,67 €/ l) incl. VAT.
plus shipping costs

Winery Graham Beck

As early as the 1970s, the Robertson area became known in the wine industry for its unique terroir. Much like the world-renowned Champagne region of France, this special place has the potential to produce world-class sparkling wine. The exceptional climate, combined with the rich limestone soils, produces premium wines of outstanding quality.

The foundation stone for the success of the winery Graham Beck was laid in 1983. Founder Graham Beck Madeba bought the eponymous vineyard near the picturesque town of Robertson in the Western Cape. Cellar master Pieter "Bubbles" Ferreira joined the winery in 1990 and has been part of the team since the first vintage. Even then, the two were surprised by the quality of the base wines and worked hard to create a solid foundation for Cap Classique-style wines. At the Graham Beck winery, great care is taken to balance the different microclimates and soil types with the most suitable grape varieties.

  • Founded:

  • Address:

    Scenic Cape Route R60, Robertson, 7600, South Africa
  • Area:

    180 Ha
  • Max & Moritz Favourite wine:

    Graham Beck Cap Classique Brut
  • Tasting Room:

    daily from 09:00 to 17:00 clock

Winemaker: Pierre De Klerk

Pierre De Klerk joined the Graham Beck winemaking team in 2010. His infectious enthusiasm and attention to detail immediately brought a fresh and eager dimension to the team.

Pierre's love of wine from a young age and family roots in the wine industry led him to study viticulture and oenology at the University of Stellenbosch . After his studies, he gained experience at national and international wineries. Pierre De Klerk follows the minimal intervention approach and tries to keep interventions in the winemaking process as low as possible. From harvesting to blending to tasting the final product, he approaches every aspect of the winemaking process with energetic precision and great enthusiasm.