Journeys-End-Web-Banner-1920 (1)
  • Journeys End The Weather Station Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Journeys End ‘Weather Station’ Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    R85.00

    Journeys End ‘Weather Station’ Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    R85.00

    An important name in the Western Cape. This Sauvignon Blanc was named The Weather Station because the SB11 clone which is the component used in this wine, had a big resurgence in the 1970’s in Stellenbosch, and the Afrikanners aptly named it the ‘Weerstasie Kloon’. Its name derived from its location next to an old Weather Station. Which is now the Stellenbosch Wine Campus!

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Haystack Chardonnay 2016

    Journeys End ‘Haystack’ Chardonnay 2016

    R85.00

    Journeys End ‘Haystack’ Chardonnay 2016

    R85.00

    We undergo a number of organic and Bio-dynamic practices on the farm. Aside from being the second wine farm in SA to be solar powered, we undertake some age old practices such as the planting of crops between vineyard rows (to prevent weeds and therefore reduce the need for spraying), the introduction of Barn and Eagle owls (to control rodents), all play their part in ensuring nature and the environment are preserved and protected.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End The Huntsman Shiraz Mourvedre Viognier 2016 low res

    Journeys End ‘The Huntsman’ Shiraz Mourvedre Viognier 2016

    R85.00

    Journeys End ‘The Huntsman’ Shiraz Mourvedre Viognier 2016

    R85.00

    1811 marked the first ever hunt in the Western Cape with hounds imported from Gloucestershire, UK. The Cape Hunt remains the oldest Hunt in the New World. Whilst looking for a spot to build our Cellar, Rollo, the proprietor, discovered the original foundations of the Kennels where the hounds were kept. An apt place for our new building.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End The Pastors Blend Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2014

    Journeys End ‘The Pastors Blend’ 2014

    R85.00

    Journeys End ‘The Pastors Blend’ 2014

    R85.00

    The community of Sir Lowry’s Pass Village was traditionally neglected as the South African Government and charities have been focussing on the larger areas of Nomzamo and Khayelitsha. Our aim therefore is to focus on uplifting a community plagued by low socio-economic conditions. Our main vehicle for channelling resources into the community is the local church and we work closely with Pastors Johnny Clink and Leister Allies to improve conditions and opportunities.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Chardonnay 2015

    Journeys End Chardonnay 2016

    R150.00

    Journeys End Chardonnay 2016

    R150.00

    Clear and bright, straw with a hint of green. This vintage is showing more restrained delicate citrus fruit and orange blossom characteristics. The wine has a beautiful vanilla oak aromatic due to the 9 month barrelling period. The palate is smooth, with a zesty finish from the fruit and acid combination. Drink now with potential aging until 2020.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Merlot 2014

    Journeys End Merlot 2014

    R150.00

    Journeys End Merlot 2014

    R150.00

    Ruby, clear and bright. Blackcurrants and raspberries, a hint of violets, with the French oak very well matched to allow the fruit to shine. Shows nutmeg, vanilla, and white pepper perfume, and finishes with just enough grip to promise good cellaring potential. An elegant, polished wine, already drinking well. Best drunk now and until 2022.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Shiraz 2013 low res

    Journeys End Shiraz 2013

    R150.00

    Journeys End Shiraz 2013

    R150.00

    Dark ruby/purple colour. This vintage has beautiful concentrated dark fruit flavours showing a mix of dark cherry, raspberry, blueberry and hints of violets and white pepper. Full bodied wine, with finely structured tannins complimenting an elegant, soft finish. Ready to drink now and can age until 2020.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Journeys End Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    R150.00

    Journeys End Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    R150.00

    A core of rich blackcurrants, black plum, with a savoury overlay, meat extract, white pepper, mixed spice. The velvety texture is a result of maturation – the wine is at the perfect drinking age – and fine-textured tannins. Complex layered and well crafted. Drink now and up to 2020.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End Destination Chardonnay 2015

    Journeys End Destination Chardonnay 2015

    R250.00

    Journeys End Destination Chardonnay 2015

    R250.00

    A truly remarkable feat from Winemaker Leon Esterhuizen. Loved by all, and feared by many. The Chardonnay is known as ‘The Destination’ because we hope that once opened, this wine will entice people from far and wide to finish their quest for the ultimate Chardonnay, at Journey’s End. Our little appreciation to the great wines from Meursault and Sonoma, with a Journey’s End twist. I dare you to try it.

    Add to basket
  • Journeys End The Griffin Syrah 2012 High Res

    Journeys End The Griffin Syrah 2012

    R250.00

    Journeys End The Griffin Syrah 2012

    R250.00

    The Griffin is a mythical creature symbolising divine power. This is a unique product in our range and one that is unlike many wines tasted before. Having undergone 30% Carbonic Maceration, this Syrah underwent the usual Journey’s End precision treatment. A delightfully fruity nose, follows through into a complex but soft pallet. The Griffin is the family crest of the Gabb family due to their Welsh routes. You can also find the Griffin on the Welsh flag.

    Add to basket
  • Packshot High Res Journeys End The Cape Doctor Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

    Journeys End Cape Doctor Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

    R250.00

    Journeys End Cape Doctor Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

    R250.00

    The Cape Doctor is the local name for the strong South-eastern wind that blows from false bay and funnels through to Cape Town and Blouberg. The Cape Doctor works his magic blowing away smog and impurities to clear the skies and make way for some fresh sea air. The Cape Doctor is so often cited as a negative factor and can play havoc with the vines at flowering.  For Journey’s End it brings benefits through the resulting long ripening period of the grapes which produces concentrated berries with fantastic firm acidity. It also minimises the risk of any fungal diseases on the vines. Try spawning in a 65KMpH wind!

    Add to basket