When the De Krans team produced the first Premium White Moscato Perlé in South Africa in 2012 we couldn’t have anticipated the popularity this style of wine would achieve with the South African consumer. Following the success of the White Moscato, we continued our innovation when we launched the Premium Red Moscato Perlé in 2017, followed by the Premium Rosé Moscato Perlé in 2021. When it comes to innovation, whether the style of wine or the label design, it is important to look back and reflect before moving forward. From “Die Krans”, to “De Krans”, the winery is no stranger to change. Change is necessary to evolve, and change

De Krans Wines, situated in Calitzdorp, along the popular Route 62 is a must–visit destination this Summer. Nestled between the Swartberg Mountains, De Krans Wines has much to offer to visitors over the Summer season, such as the popular Hanepoot picking activity. From 3 February to 3 March 2024 the annual Hanepoot picking takes place at De Krans Wines and Hanepoot grapes are available for picking at R10 per kilogram. Bring your basket, cooler box or buy a box at the farm, and head on out into the vineyards for what has become an annual tradition with locals and visitors. A fun family activity for young and old,

(Originally published on www.elmarieberry.com on 21 November 2023) Embrace the essence of minimalism while savouring the rich flavours of De Krans, creating an unforgettable festive experience. A sleek, unadorned table serves as our canvas. A crisp, white tablecloth provides a serene backdrop, allowing the true stars of the special day to shine—the meticulously selected De Krans wines and the company of loved ones. Subtle accents grace the table: minimalist glassware and sleek silverware elegantly complement the setting. A simple centerpiece of fresh, seasonal greenery or delicate blooms adorns the table, adding a touch of nature’s beauty. Our celebration is elevated by the exquisite selection of De Krans wines. The rich, velvety reds,

De Krans Wines is a must–visit destination in Calitzdorp along the popular Route 62. Nestled between the Swartberg mountains, De Krans Wines has much to offer to visitors over the summer and festive season. Known for their award-winning wines, embrace the opportunity to taste the wide range of De Krans wines, from classic varietals such as their Free Run Chenin Blanc or their popular Pinotage Rosé, to their port-style wines.  Not forgetting their dry, natural wines made using Portuguese grapes, such as Touriga Nacional and Verdelho. If you are looking for something sweeter with some fizz for the summer, look no further than the interesting and delicious P&T

De Krans Wines in Calitzdorp once again solidified their reputation as one of SA’s leading port producers, when they were awarded the SA Champion Port-Style wine at the 2023 SA Young Wine Show – the fourth consecutive year. This annual highlight on the awards calender took place on the 25th of August. Dating back to 1833, the SA Young Wine Show gives winemakers the opportunity to showcase the best wines of the current vintage. Participating regions include Robertson, Worcester/Breedekloof, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Oranje-Vaal, Olifants River, Swartland and Little Karoo. The Klein Karoo based producer also took top honours at the Klein Karoo Young Wine Show, for the categories including the

When it was decided that the South African Wine industry can no longer use the word “port” on their labels back in 2011 (similar to not using Champagne, but MCC, because it isn’t made in the Champagne region in France), it was decided by the Cape Port Producers Association (CAPPA) that the word “Cape” will be used, together with the specific style, like Cape Tawny, Cape Ruby, etc. An easy solution, it was initially thought, but it has come as o surprise that the local consumer (with the slight exception of the seasoned, sophisticated wine fundi), isn’t commonly aware of this change and as a result, that a