M'hudi

M’hudi is derived from the Setswana word, “mohudi” meaning “harvester”. It is also the name given to the heroine of a great African story. In the story, M’hudi flees her war-ravaged village in search of a new beginning. Along the way she finds friends and fosters life-long relationships. M’hudi’s story is one of courage, determination against seemingly impossible odds and the relentless pursuit of one’s dreams and aspirations. It is really the story of South Africa today, and one from which M’hudi Wines draws immense inspiration.

In 2003 the Rangaka family moved to the Western Cape in search of a new life. After several months of searching, they finally procured a 42-hectare wine and fruit farm outside of Stellenbosch, South Africa. The farm was the first step into participation in a lifestyle, culture and economic sector in which few blacks had the opportunity to partake.

Their son, Tseliso, who left behind a life as an advertising copywriter, is the farm’s winemaker. To learn more about M'hudi and their delicious wines, please visit www.mhudi.com.

To learn more about the wines produced by M'hudi, visit our Wine List page.