When Peter Stuart bought a run-down dairy farm in Hermanus, in the Western Cape, and transformed it into a functioning vineyard and winery, little did he know of what was to follow.
As a passionate wine lover himself, he saw the immense pleasure many of his friends showed when visiting his vines and the winery. He was equally surprised by the interest they expressed in every stage of the process of winemaking. Over a glass or two one night, he decided he would let his friends do exactly what they hankered for: to make their own wines. He allowed them to choose the grape type, the vineyard, the winemaker and even the individual oak barrel the wine would be aged in. He invited them to participate throughout the entire process. Thus he created a tiny fellowship of people truly ‘creating’ the wines they wanted to drink and, most importantly, wines they could call their own.
The fellowship is now expanding into selected countries around the world and this is your opportunity to join.