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 2003 the Rangaka family moved to the Western Cape, South Africa 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.
Fresh, lively and typically grassy with a hint of passion fruit. Unique and very expressive of its South African terroir, taking you to the region with every sip.