Bon Courage Wine Estate, situated in the Robertson Wine Valley, was named the top performer at the recently held Novare SA Terroir Awards with no less than three national winners and two trophies.
Three national winners: (Winemakers notes attached)
2019 Bon Courage André’s Fame Colombard
2011 Bon Courage Jacques Bruére Blanc de Blancs Cap Classique
2019 Bon Courage Lady of the House Pinotage Rosé (Dry)
Several wines from the estate scored top points, resulting in Bon Courage being awarded two trophies – Novare Trophy for SA’s Top Terroir Producer and Novare Trophy for SA’s Top Terroir Wine Estate.
For this competition only wines certified as single-vineyard wines, estate-produced, or wines from a ward or district not divided into more than one ward, may participate. With a 25% increase in entries, Bon Courage is truly proud of this achievement.
“For a wine from the Estate to be selected as top in the country is a huge honour – for us to have received three such awards is beyond what words can express,” says Bon Courage Cellar Master, Jacques Bruwer.
More good news
The Robertson wine producing area (Klaasvoogds/Goedemoed), clinched a rather special trophy – the area won the Novare Trophy for SA’s Top Terroir Wine Area with a combined total of 5 top national winning wines.
Cost / Outlets
The wines are available at selected retail outlets or contact Bon Courage for more details at 023 626 4178 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bon Courage Estate lies at the heart of the picturesque Robertson valley – often referred to as the valley of wine and roses – and home to some of South Africa’s finest wines. Bon Courage’s laurels not only lie in its locally and internationally acclaimed selection of fine wines, but also in the continued premium quality and consistency of its wide range brought on by the diverse terroir that characterises the estate. Their versatility is vast contributing factor to their consistent performance in various wine competitions.
The Estate’s success has also been a major contributing influence in establishing the Robertson Wine Valley as one of the top wine routes in South Africa.
A family affair
The stately Cape Dutch homestead dates back to 1818. The estate has enjoyed the attention and dedication of four generations of the Bruwer family since 1927. It is this team consisting of father, André and his sons, Jacques and Pieter, their family values, dedication and passion that have remained the secret to Bon Courage’s success.
Cellar Master, Jacques Bruwer’s daughter and André’s eldest granddaughter, Ingé, qualified as a winemaker in 2018 and is looking to join the team soon after she has gained valuable experience abroad.
The Bon Courage Inkará wine range is the brainchild of Jacques and the name is derived from the names of his three children, Ingé, Karli and André and pays tribute to the 4th generation of Bruwer’s.