Post House Vineyards
Post House is a traditional family estate nestled on a ridge of the Helderberg mountains. The farm had originally operated as a post office, serving the local missionary community of Raithby, it was a logical step to associate the wine with its postal origin. The wines were thus named Post House. The wines are made in traditional winemaking methods, the philosophy is to interfere as little as possible with the wine making process. Post House wines are perhaps the darkest coloured wine to be found anywhere. The objective is to interfere as little as possible in the creation of the wine making process. We use traditional wine making methods including natural yeast fermentation, basket pressing and no fining or filtering.