Robertson is nestled away in a valley of abundance, also known as the Valley of Wine and Roses, with sun-drenched mountain vineyards growing select varietals, to plentiful river valley vineyards heavy with fruit. From its humble beginnings in 1852, the town was named after Dr William Roberson, the Scottish Minister, known for its hard-working and welcoming community. With the town a little more grown by 1941, an abandoned stone church made the perfect place to establish Robertson Winery, involving the entire community in order to create wines to share with the world. The Breede River, flowing from the Skurweberg to the sea at Witsands, is joined by hundreds of streams off our surrounding Langeberg mountains along the way. It is from this vital artery that we irrigate our vines.