Lammershoek

Lammershoek

The name Lammershoek dates back more than three centuries, linked to survival or the preservation of life in a harsh, untamed environment. Meaning “lambs’ corner”, legend has it that ewes sought shelter for their small lambs in the forest alongside the farm when they felt threatened by the black eagle which abounded here, locally known as the Lammervanger, meaning “lamb catcher” in the Afrikaans language. And here in this sheltering valley of the Paardeberg Mountain in the Swartland district, a stone’s throw from Cape Town’s famous Table Mountain, Lammershoek’s farming legacy is perpetuated in the seasonal pulse of nature and its ever-renewing life. In the vibrant new vineyard shoots of spring, in green landscapes framed by rocky mountain outcrops, in new harvests and new characteristics and qualities also in new wines, styles and wine ranges, names and labels.

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