The wines in the range are sourced from vineyards in the Breede River valley, characterised by vineyards which flourish on alluvial valley soils with adequate drainage as they rest on a bed of river stones. Located east of the Drakenstein Mountains, it is a warm climate region that can be very dry and arid in some places. The river itself provides easy access to irrigation which makes bulk wine production of high yield varieties commonplace. The Seven Sisters wines are named after each sibling and it starts from youngest to oldest, the range consists of a Bukettraube-Odelia, Pinotage-Rose-Twena, Chenin Blanc-Yolanda, Sauvignon Blanc-Vivian, Pinotage/Shiraz-Dawn, Merlot-June and Cabernet- Carol. The 2009 Seven Sisters Sauvignon Blanc-Vivian has been selected by American Airlines, the first South African wine ever to be served on their flights, according to Vivian the brain behind the company, African Roots wines.