In the video below we show you the wine bottling process that took place at Le Grand Chasseur, as well as their new modernised label.
Winemaker Carel Botha said the estate, which is part of the Habata Agri concern, would be producing an estimated 6 000 bottles of five different wines.
He said this would include a 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, 2016 Chardonnay (wooded), 2016 Shiraz, 2017 White Muscadel and perhaps a 2017 Cab/Merlot.
With regards to the new label, financial accountant Christie Rabie said it was modernised earlier this year and was currently being introduced across their operations.
“Habata is a strong company with a respectful family heritage and we wanted to portray those values,” she explained.
“The new logo doesn’t have too many frills. We wanted to keep it simple, yet still represent the earth, in relation to a modern, innovative company that embraces the latest trends and practices.”