Uva Mira Mountain Vineyards, as high as 620 metres above sea level on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain Range, nestle against the Helderberg Nature Reserve.
With breathtaking views of False Bay and Table Bay, often wrapped in clouds, a cool climate, sea breezes, a granite foundation and strong minerality of the soil, enhanced by acres of fynbos.... nature does her work.
Uva Mira translates as "The Wonderful Grape".
Uva is the Latin word for grape, Mira means wonderful, miraculous and full of charm.
Uva Mira Mountain Vineyards is located within the area widely recognised as the “Golden Triangle,” renowned for its noble grape varieties and production of wines of outstanding quality.
Our Estate is 127 hectares in size - 23 hectares of which are under vine. Six varietals are grown, namely Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Our vineyards are positioned between 260 and 620 metres above sea level and only nine kilometres from False Bay.
Our position at altitude with vineyards as high as 620 metres above sea level creates the climate for wines that are by definition elegant in style.
Our fine wines are handcrafted using only grapes from the vineyard sites on our property,
to truly express the unique traits of our remarkable site.
Wines of elegance, minerality & longevity.