About Paul Cluver:
The estate falls within the Kogelberg Reserve where conservation and sustainable use of natural resources are pursued with the ultimate goal of balance and harmony between man and nature. The Kogelberg Nature Reserve, which forms the core of The Biosphere, is a fynbis floral kingdon with an incredible 1,600 different plant species, making it one of the world's richest sites of plant diversity.
Within this unique environment exists virgin land some 400-500m above sea level with a variety of soils, aspects and microclimates. The high, cool Elgin Mountain plateau, with its close proximity to the sea and protection by the mountins, is idealy situated for the production of premium varietal wines. this provides the ideal environment for slower ripening grapes of finess and delicacy that characterise Paul Cluver Wines.