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We are open for walk-ins on Saturdays 10:00 – 15:00. R250 tasting fee waived on purchase. All current releases will be available for tasting. Booking not required for groups smaller than 8.


Tastings are conducted throughout the week by appointment. 

Current release tasting (R250 pp)

Taste through our current releases and take a walk through the cellar to gain a better understanding of how our handcrafted wines are made.

Vintage tasting (R500 pp)

We are putting our Coravin to good use and offering you a choice of 6 wines older than 10 years from our vintage selection, available for purchase. The current releases will also be available for tasting. 

Vineyard Walk (R450 pp)

Put on your hiking shoes and join us for a walk up to our 393 vineyard; a high lying site with incredible views. Book a walk before your tasting to get a better insight into the origin of our special wines.

Minimum 2 persons and weather dependent.

Sijnn Wines Tasting (R250 pp)

Taste Wine of Malgas in Stellenbosch during the week. For those who would like a tasting of the unique Sijnn wines but don't often find themselves in Malgas, we are giving guests an opportunity to enjoy these wines in De Trafford's tasting room. We pour our current vintages of the White, Red and Low Profile and include selected older vintages of the Red and White. 

Telephone: +27 21 880 1611


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Turn off the R44 just south of Stellenbosch (on route to Somerset West) at Engen Petrol Station. Follow the Blaauwklip Road up to the Mont Fleur Conference Venue. A long bumpy, mostly tar road past Waterford, Dornier and Keerweder. Go through the Mont Fleur gates and past the conference venue on the left. As you get to the oak forest and another set of gates, keep left and turn left into the winery. An earthy cream coloured building with claret doors and windows. (Hope you enjoy the journey!)

The Mont Fleur Conference Venue is owned and managed by David Trafford’s sister and brother-in-law, Lynne and Rod Spence, and caters exclusively for small groups who take over the whole facility for their own use. It was used for key negotiations during the transition from apartheid to democracy in South Africa in the early 1990’s. The Mont Fleur Scenarios developed there were crucial to this process.

Postal Address: PO Box 495, Stellenbosch 7599

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