Traditions are important in winemaking because decisions are made on a generational basis.

The Jack family arrived in South Africa from Paisley, Scotland, where they were renowned coffee, tea and wine merchants. The family home was named Glencairn after a family farm in the Highlands. The tradition continues through award-winning winemaker, Bruce Jack and his sons who are involved in the beer and coffee trade.

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