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Welcome to Real Kong Wines Established in 2010

Real Kong Wines is an industry leader in South Africa wine distribution established in 2010,we have fifteen stores and one underground storage.

We are proud to mention that we have two showrooms in multiple main capital cities in China.

At Real Kong Wines, we source wine from all over Southern Africa and with a keen focus on quality and taste thus insuring only the best gets exported.

  • Vision

    To become the largest South Africa wine brand promoter in China

  • Mission

    Cultivate wine talents, integrate South Africa's imported wine industrychain, build South African imported wine brands, and create a new business model for South African imported wine.

  • Values

    High efficiency-clear time management concept. Quality-show high quality of life. Honesty-a gentleman is hard to follow. Passion-optimistic, never give up. Sharing-sharing the same burden, ordinary people do extraordinary things.

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At Real Kong Wines,we source wine from all over South Africa and with a keen focus on quality and taste thus insuring only the best gets exported.


Real Kong Wines is a industry leader in South African wine distribution established in 2010,we have fifteen stores and one underground storage. We are proud to mention that we have two showrooms in multiple main capital cities in China.

At Real Kong Wines, we source wine from all over South Africa and with a keen focus on quality and taste thus insuring only the best gets exported.

  • As one of the Cape’s oldest farms, Founded in 1682, Steenberg Vineyards was established through the determination and courage of our founder, Catharina Ras. It is Catharina’s spirit which inspires us to this day. The estate is home to some of the finest, award-winning wines and Cap Classique in South Africa, the luxurious 5-star Steenberg Hotel and Spa, exceptional cuisine from two signature restaurants, and a one-of-a-kind 18- hole championship golf course. Located in the idyllic Constantia Valley, Steenberg truly is a complete lifestyle destination. 
    Steenberg is situated in the cool-climate Constantia wine ward – the oldest wine region in the New World. Steenberg’s vineyards cling to the slopes of Steenberg mountain which forms part of the Table Mountain national park. On the cool east-facing slopes, the vines face the morning sun and are protected from the hot afternoon sun by the shadow of the mountain. The coolness of the ocean travels just 5km on the prevailing south easterly wind during the summer months, keeping humidity low and limiting summer highs to just 22°C
  • De Toren is a private boutique winery located in the South Africa wine region. It was founded in 1994 by Emil and Sonette Den Dulk. Turun Winery is surrounded by stunning scenery, extending from Table Mountain in the west to False Bay in the south, and to the Helderberg and Stellenbosch mountains in the west. . The name of the winery "De Toren" is translated from Dutch, which means high tower. It is the architectural structure of the winery, which allows the winery to adopt gravity-flowing winemaking methods. The first vintage produced by the winery was the Fusion V in 1999, which was made using a Bordeaux blend. This wine won a gold medal in the International Wine and Spirits Competition and a 90-point score from "Wine Spectator" and Robert Parker, which immediately made the winery famous internationally. Since then, many vintages produced have continuously won a good reputation for the winery. There are as many as 15 soil types in the vineyards of Turun Winery, mainly Tukula, Pinedine and Estcourt soils. Using biodynamic and organic planting methods to manage the vineyards, so that the soil reaches the best balance and PH value. Planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Merlot and Malbec grapes. When making wine, the winery uses at least 25 different cloned varieties, which can ensure that each of the 5 grapes can show unparalleled personality characteristics, complexity and depth, so that the wine made reaches the perfect state. The winery divides the harvest period into multiple mini-picking times, and uses near-by infrared aerial imaging technology to pick the grapes that have reached the best maturity level for harvesting, and can harvest valuable data and experience, year after year Optimize harvesting work year by year. The winery’s cellar is a tower building with a pressure tank with a capacity of 4000 liters, which can be adjusted according to actual needs. It acts as a natural pump and uses gravity to make the wine in the fermenta-tion tanks, oak barrels, blending containers and wine Transfer between bottles. The pressure tank is filled with food nitrogen, which can prevent the negative effects of oxidation on the wine before the wine flows out. Chateau Turun produces two series of wines, namely DE TOREN FUSION V and DE TOREN Z. The former is the original wine released by the winery, the first vintage was released in 1999, and the latter is the second wine released by the winery, and the first vintage was released in 2004.
  • Beyerskloof winery (Beyerskloof) is one of the important wineries in the Stellenbosch region of South Africa. In 1988, one of Cape’s most famous winemakers, Beyers Truter, and four other Johannesburg wine enthusiasts shared a common desire to produce a Very unique wine.
    After , they started looking for a suitable place in the Cape winemaking area, and they found that a farm located in the Koelenhof area was perfectly located. The original name of this farm was "Nooitgedacht", and it was in charge of five generations of the Bals family until 1895, when Jan Andries Beyers sold the farm.Coincidentally, Bals Jut is a direct descend ant of Jan Beyers, and thus became the sixth generation of the Balsfamily to take over the farm. This is where the farm’s name "Beyerskloof" comes from.
    When Bars Jut first looked for vineyards, he actually paid the most attention to only one thing, that is, finding the best quality soil to produce wines mainly from Cabernet Sauvignon. The soil of Balskrof Farm is very similar to Bordeaux soil, which is very suitable for the growth of Cabernet Sauvignon. In order to make full use of the land, Bals Jutte planted nearly 5,000 vines per hectare of land. The winery's grape planting area is 50 hectares, and a total of 20,000 Cabernet Sauvignon vines and 5,000 Merlot vines are planted in the vineyard. The winery grows Cabernet Sauvignon in the best way, maximizing the light time, so that the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes can maximize the accumulation of sugar, so as to produce mature and fruity wines. In addition, the winery generally does not irrigate the vineyard. The Barskrof Winery continues to innovate and pay attention to forward thinking.
  • Allow me to introduce CRONIER WINES, which makes wines of distinction in Wellington, South Africa, and distributes it to connoisseurs worldwide. Cronier Wines captures the character and vibrancy of the Cape Winelands, steeped in history and bearing the rich legacy of the cultivation of world-class wines.
    Winemaking started in South Africa in 1659 when the first vines were planted bythe Dutch. In 1698, the two Cronier brothers arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on the ship, Driebergen. Shortly after their arrival, they were granted ownership of the farms Olyvenhout and Champagne (known today as the town of Wellington).
    The vines planted in this fertile soil and excellent winemaking terroir produce the very best grapes for making fine wines. The wine industry now thrives on old vines and advanced winemaking technology, despite the wines being categorised as New World. Wellington producers continue to receive an impressive array of accolades for their wines, locally and abroad. In 2010 the town received the Novare trophy for the SA Terroir Top Wine Area.
    In that tradition, Cronier Wines brings you a pledge of quality and the art of winemaking in every bottle. Our terroir is unique because most wine regions are located close to the coast and influenced by the cold Atlantic and warm Indian oceans. We have a Mediterranean climate with long, warm summers that ensures optimum ripeness of the grapes.