The Green Family originally from KwaZulu-Natal, known for their commitment, detail to quality life now offers the world South African Wines of the highest quality, from the famous Darling wine region produced from bush vine.

Father and son team, Malcolm and Ricardo, are the driving force behind La RicMal A powerful yet unpretentious combination of business experience and sound acumen, La RicMal offers its finest wine brands La RicMal Supréme and Lerato, sourced from carefully manicured vineyards overseen by well experienced grape farmers. Passionate wine makers use only the highest quality grapes to handcraft La RicMal’s exceptional superior quality wines producing outstanding flavours and aromas.

La RicMal, a proud South African family enterprise. Our aims and objectives is to create a company that will be a credit to mankind bringing about job creation, social upliftment, beneficial trade agreements, adding long-term sustainable value to the agriculture of our wonderful country. La RicMal prides its entire operation by assuring all wines are sourced from only the best vineyards and bottled by special stainless steel food grade machines and equipment. Our processing and bottling partners many international food quality certificates ensuring customers receive the highest quality wines from La RicMal. A company that is easy and quick to respond to business interests. We produce exceptional speedy turnaround time in orders. Our wine business trading ethics are of international standards assuring customers of exceptional value for money. We are in marketing stages and welcome interested importers and distributors to make contact with La RicMal.

Why Wine?

South Africa Produces over 1 100 million litres of wine per annum, 60% of South Africa’s wine is exported because of its exceptional quality and standards. Malcolm Green, being in business for over 35 years, better known as the “Genie in a bottle” (published in the Opportunity magazine in September 2009). Ricardo Green, Malcolm’s eldest son, joined the family business in 2001. Ricardo’s initiative ignited a partnership between father and son to venture in to the wine industry in 2007.