Stellenzicht’s 228 hectares (of which 123 are under vines) are situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain between Stellenbosch and the Atlantic Ocean, in the prime wine-growing area known locally as the Golden Triangle.

Only six kilometres away from the sea, these mountain slopes form a variety of meso-climates ideal for cultivating wine grapes of the highest quality. Vineyard altitudes varying between 100 and 400 metres above sea level, the pristine sea breezes from False Bay, the sunshine on the hills and the great variety of soils at Stellenzicht all play their part in creating a terroir for growing grape varieties of the highest quality.