Created in 1812, Remhoogte is an estate of 60 hectares, on the south-west slope of the Simonsberg Mountain, near Stellenbosch, one of the best regions for vine growing and winemaking in South Africa.
In 1994, it was bought by Murray and Juliet Boustred who proceeded to plant 30 hectares of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Pinotage. They began to renovate the buildings. The latest undertaking was the construction of new cellars and the installation of equipment with the help of Michel Rolland. According to the Boustreds the aim of this partnership was to add another dimension to the wines made in their estate.