Welcome to McGregor Winery

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There is a special place... at the end of a road that leads nowhere else

McGregor Winery lies on the Southern end of the Robertson Wine Valley, nestled between the picturesque hills of the Riviersonderend mountains, just outside of the charming and special village after which it is named. The winery was established in 1948, and is owned by the 33 farmers who produce around 14 000 tons of wine grapes annually. The sun soaked soils result in flavourful grapes, which in turn make delicious wines. Our winemaking team proudly produces around 10 million liters of quality wines for both the local and international bulk and bottled markets. The relaxed pace of life and serenity of the village are reflected in the style of wines we produce. The Winery continually strives to deliver high standards of product and service excellence that meet the expectations of our customers, and that build our brand and it’s reputation. Visit McGregor once, and you will want to return again and again.

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McGregor Winery's vision is to create innovative, exciting wines which inspire our producers, to be the first choice for our customers and the pride of our community. Through this we aim to establish a reputable and competitive brand.

Company Values

Professional, ethical and honest in our business agreements and relationships
Be innovative, flexible and open to new thoughts
Do more with less
Build a positive and inspired workforce that is driven by common goals
Go the extra mile for our customers
Keep a long term perspective in all decision making

The Village 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.

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McGregor winery is proud to be WIETA, IPW and ARA certified and we support and promote ethical trade en environmental sustainability in the wine industry.

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