The winery is located on Helshoogte Mountain Pass in the South African wine-growing district Stellenbosch
, A restaurant is connected. The name means "in heaven" and is derived from the exposed location, which allows a view of Table Mountain and False Bay. In 1982 the estate was founded by the well-known wine journalist John Platter
acquired, but sold to Storm Quinan five years later. The property covers 44 hectares, 22 of which are planted with vines. Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc are cultivated. The flagship of the house is a Merlot, which is aged in French barriques for 18 months.