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  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
  • McGregor Winery
McGregor Winery

Our History

When McGregor was proclaimed in 1862, it was originally named Lady Grey in honour of Eliza, the wife of Cape Governor Sir George Grey.
Confusingly for the authorities of the day and the post office, the village shared this name with another in the Eastern Cape. But in 1904 the congregation of the Dutch Reformed Church decided to call their new church after their much-loved pastor, the Rev. Andrew McGregor, who had retired after 40 years of dedicated service. Two years later, in April 1906, the relieved authorities followed suit and the official name change to McGregor. On 22 April 1948 the winery of McGregor was established
McGregor Wines lies at the foot of the Riviersonderend Mountains, 16 km from Robertson on a good tarred road.
In every bottle there’s a story of this village of unique charm, timeless serenity and beauty. Here the gravelly clay of our vineyards, planted with noble cultivars, results in wines of international quality and appeal. The aim of McGregor Wines is to promote the McGregor brand nationally and internationally. The serene surroundings of McGregor combined with the individualistic wines produced by the various terroirs surrounding this address, are portrayed in every bottle.  The wines are known for their excellent value for money.
Visit McGregor once, and you will want to return again and again.




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