Catherine Marshall Wines

“When we started on our wine journey from humble origins in 1997, we have always held the view that our intention was to produce a range of unique wines of excellence and, above all, to have fun doing it. As custodians of such an ancient craft, a balanced, holistic, creative and respectful approach reflects harmony and character in our wines.”

OUR SCORES ARE OUT!

The annual Cape Wine Report from Tim Atkin is always a highlight on our winery’s calendar and we are thrilled, as always, to be awarded gold (95 points) for our 2020 Finite Elements Pinot Noir and for the first time, a gold (95 points)

for our fabulous 2020 Chenin in Clay. We are also very pleased with the 93 point accolades for the Pinot Noir on Clay and Sandstone as well as the 2020 Riesling

The aptly named Barefoot Winery trading as Catherine Marshall Wines has long outgrown its humble origins to become a legendary institution and exporting to a number of markets world- wide.

TASTING ROOM

Friday: 10:30 – 16:30

Saturday: 10:30 – 16:30

Sunday: 10:30 – 16:30

*During the week by appointment only

OUR STORY

What began as a festive three barrel foot stomp event attended by a handful of friends on a south peninsula beach in 1996, produced a very palatable Syrah, and saw the founding in 1997 of the first true micro-winery in the Western Cape with Pinot Noir the main focus.

The aptly named Barefoot Winery trading as Catherine Marshall Wines has long outgrown its humble origins to become a legendary institution and exporting to a number of markets world- wide.

Photo credited to David Silverman