Brew Cru

Home of Quality Fine Wines

Brew Cru is dedicated to cool climate wines from South Africa’s Cape South Coast. Sourcing grapes from maritime wine wards such as Elgin and Walker Bay which is renowned for producing wines rivalling the world’s finest.

‘Our intentions are simple – to produce hand crafted, pure and elegant wines with minimal interference reflecting a true sense of place.’ – the Brew Cru

Our range of Fine Wines

PINOT NOIR

CHARDONNAY

Black Label Pinot Noir

What people say

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This wine fascinated me and was the standout. Brilliant red fruit, baking spice with slight savoury notes contradicted a modest cotton candy detail wonderfully. Polished tannins, restraint and a great power and depth is delivered with superb equilibrium and intensity. Certainly a world-class Pinot Noir which like many incredible wines is rarer than hens teeth

Bubbles Hyland on White Label Pinot Noir
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Vibrant berry & cherry fruit deftly supported by oak. Concentrated but approachable, reined-in yet generous

Fiona McDonald on Brew Cru White Label Pinot Noir
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Elegant & textured. Elgin fruit adds apple zip to creamy length. Vibrant, taut, with broad, long flavours.

Fiona McDonald on Brew Cru Chardonnay
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Brooding 2019 packed with spicy forest fruits. Muscular yet lithe & pliable, with restrained power. Whole berries & bunches fermented, year in oak, 25% new French. Beautifully framed & layered, yet delectably drinkable.

Fiona McDonald on Black Label Pinot Noir
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A fulsome bottle restrained by neither season nor occasion. A glorius Burgundian surprise!

The Blue Goose ZA
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The Brew Cru would be a $90 -$120 bottle of wine if it said Burgundy on it. It would be worth your while to create an opportunity to taste the wines from Brew Cru. These wines are truly impressive and incredibly complex.

Joshua Blisset

Why Brew cru

We are friends first and foremost. We are serious about quality wine though, but do not necessarily take ourselves that serious. “Brew cru” is a double-barrel pun we suppose…”Brew” may mean “fermentation” (converting grape juice into wine, literally), which sounds exactly like the Afrikaans slang “Bru” – a loving, abbreviated form of “brother” or “broer” (Afrikaans) which basically is a “really good friend”. As for “cru” – may be a vintage (French), or even a special vintage. It also sounds exactly like “crew”, which is what we are – a team living and loving wine!

Both our Elgin and Walker Bay vineyards share a common theme in that they are grown in extreme conditions as far as ideal textbook viticulture goes.

These hardened landscapes with constant gusts of Atlantic Sea wind contribute to a cooler climate and it is these same persistent cooling winds that aid in disease prevention by keeping the grapes dry, allowing for extended ripening periods and consequently keeping the yields low resulting in to small, intensely flavoured berries with great winemaking potential.