South Africa

Wightman & Sons

Adorning the Wightman & Sons logo, you will find a hand trowel — an homage to Andrew Wightman’s longtime experience as a builder. Also featured is a bush vine, representing Andrew’s latest venture operating a 24 hectare farm in the Swartland. The farm, called Môrelig, is a special place consisting of 7 different varietals, all organically farmed. The farm has also caught the attention of many Swartland producers, as Andrew’s fruit is highly sought after by the regions top winemaking talents for its quality and expression. While most of the fruit from the farm is sold (to the likes of Craig Hawkins, Eben Sadie, Jurgen Gouws to name a few), Andrew, along with his son Brandon, released their first own-labeled wines in 2015 and only produce around 900 cases per year. We are thrilled to bring these small production, exceptionally-valued, natural wines to the US.
Wightman & Sons
Wightman & Sons Rosé
Wightman & Sons
Rosé 2021
Pinotage
Wine of Origin:
Swartland
Wightman & Sons Chenin Blanc
Wightman & Sons
Chenin Blanc 2021
Chenin Blanc
Wine of Origin:
Swartland
Wightman & Sons Skin Contact
Wightman & Sons
Skin Contact 2021
Chenin Blanc
Wine of Origin:
Swartland
Wightman & Sons Battle Scarred
Wightman & Sons
Battle Scarred 2021
Maccabeu
Wine of Origin:
Swartland