Eenzaamheid, one of the oldest farms in South Africa, once owned by Adam Tas, has for the past 200 years been in the hands of seven generations of Brier-Louw farmers. Winemaker Janno Briers-Louw has coaxed the Agter-Paarl estate into producing eloquent, evocative wines. Aside from an award-winning Chenin, Shiraz, Pinotage and Mourvédre, Janno is also at the forefront of the Cinsaut revolution in South Africa.

Eenzaamheid Chenin Blanc 2016


The grapes for the Chenin Blanc were picked by hand from a 31-year old, low-yielding parcel of dryland bushvines. Attractive yellow fruit, green apple and minerally profile and richness, balanced by a crisp acidity. Our Chenin Blanc is known for its exceptional ageing potential.

Cultivar: 100% Chenin Blanc

Eenzaamheid Vin Blanc 2017


The Vin Blanc is a refreshing, unwooded blend of Chenin Blanc, Clairette Blanche, Semillon and Viognier. Ideal for summer!

Cultivar:  Chenin Blanc, Clairette Blanche, Semillon, Viognier

Eenzaamheid Cinsaut 2016


Very elegant with a beautiful red fruit profile showing a lot of cherries, raspberries, strawberries, pomegranate and rosewater. Exceptional balance. Drink young and slightly chilled.

Cultivar:  100% Cinsaut

Eenzaamheid Shiraz 2015


A full-bodied wine with intense aromas of pepper, cloves, liquorice and cedar wood. Great concentration of flavours as a result of dryland viticulture. Firm acidity and big structure will facilitate good ageing potential to reach optimum drinkability in six to ten years.

Cultivar:  100% Shiraz

Eenzaamheid Pinotage 2015


Our Pinotage is a full-bodied wine with red fruit on the nose. This wine has great concentration of flavours as a result of dryland viticulture. Firm acidity and big structure will facilitate good ageing potential to reach optimum drinkability in 6-10 years.

Cultivar:  100% Pinotage

Eenzaamheid Cuvée 2015


The Vin Blanc 2015 is a refreshing, unwooded blend of Chenin Blanc, Clairette Blanche, Semillon and Viognier. Ideal for summer!

5600 Bottles made

Cultivar: Shiraz, Pinotage, Mourvedre, Cinsaut and Grenache Noir