Waterkloof Then & Now: Part 2 – The Building
The proud winner of the prestigious Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Award for Architecture and Landscapes in 2012, Waterkloof is a beacon of architectural excellence atop the Schapenberg Hills. The spectacular building design is based around virtues that echo our winemaking style, such as honesty and transparency.
In 2009, Waterkloof Cellar triumphed as the first South African architectural feat for Castle Rock Design, an Australian based company that is internationally recognised for its innovation in the design and management of wineries, luxury resorts and hospitality-related projects. Neil Muller Construction (NMC) was the main contractor on Waterkloof’s building project. Today’s photo blog looks back to its humble beginnings, when it was little more than a site, concrete and scaffolding, and comes full circle to the award-winning building that we call home today.