In 2003, Altus, a passionate fifth generation grape grower from South Africa moved his family to the United States in search of a more secure life. When a horse ranch for sale in Harleton came on their radar, they realized it was the perfect place to fashion a space for grape-growing and wine-making in line with their underlying principle “Oh taste and see that the LORD is good!” (Psalm 34:8).
ROOTED IN THE STORY OF
RICH IN FAMILY
In 2004 the Koegelenbergs and Krals began Enoch’s Stomp and, along with many talented friends and multiple generations of family members, have developed it in to a place for people to gather in friendship and celebration of the richness of being. From soil to stemware, Enoch’s is about harvesting and experiencing the abundance of life.