Rhebokskloof is situated approximately 6 km northwest of the Boland town of Paarl. The wine estate lies within the folds of Paarl Mountain in a secluded valley that is predominantly northeast and northwest facing, with some vineyards planted as high as 340 m above sea level.
Due to its location as a fairly warm wine region, 70 percent of the vineyards are red wine varieties and 30 percent white wine varieties. Shiraz, Pinotage, Chenin Blanc, and Chardonnay make up more than 75 percent of the varieties grown on the farm. Lesser-known varieties include Mourvèdre, Durif, and Carignan.