A-list wines from the Cape

A-list wines from the Cape

The Cape Winelands, renowned for some of the most breathtaking views in the world includes several wine routes including Constantia, Durbanville, Darling, Stellenbosch, Helderberg, Paarl, Franschhoek, Wellington and many more. A mere 45 minutes drive from Cape Town will lead you into the Winelands where the splendor of the majestic mountains forms the backdrop to what is know as the Cape Winelands. Experience some of the finest hospitality and award winning wines in this beautiful region.

 

De Grendel Wine Estate

The views of Table Mountain and Cape Town from the long glass encased verandah of the De Grendel Tasting Lounge and Stoep are possibly the most spectacular of any wine farm in the Cape. Look out over the vineyards to the magnificent view of Table Mountain, Cape Town city and the Atlantic Ocean, or chill in the relaxed lounge atmosphere. Cellar tours are available *every weekday at 11h00 and 15h00.

 

The cellar tour cost R80 which includes a tasting of 3 wines and a guided tour through the cellar.
To make a booking, please email us at or call 021 558 6280.

De Grendel Wine Estate and Restaurant, Plattekloof Road, Panorama
Tel: 021 558 6280 Email: tasting@degrendel.co.za www.degrendal.co.za

 

 

Diemersfontein Wine Estate

Diemersfontein Wine invites you to stop by and visit our tasting room in Wellington – after all, there’s so much more to taste than just the Pinotage!
Open 7 days a week from 10h00 to 17h00, Aubern, Joanne and their team of tasting advisors eagerly await your visit! Whilst visiting our tasting room, you are able to sample our full range of wines, including the Diemersfontein Original range, our Flagship Carpe Diem range, as well as the Thokozani Range. Cellar door prices are convenient and delivery can be arranged directly to your home!

 

R301, Jan Van Riebeeck Dve, Newtown, Wellington
Tel: +27 21 864 5050 • Email: tastingroom@diemersfontein.co.za • www.diemersfontein.co.za

 

Laborie Estate

Laborie Estate is a historic working farm on the foothills of Paarl Mountain, less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town.

A gem of an estate located in the heart of Paarl, that has been revived as a one-stop destination in the Cape Winelands. A family-friendly stylish restaurant, luxury guest rooms set among the vineyards, a relaxed tapas restaurant & a wine-tasting venue with some of the most breathtaking views in the Boland, are just some of the comforts which Laborie offers its guests.

 

 

Taillefer & Main Road, Southern Paarl, Paarl, Tel: +27 21 807 3095
Email: i reservations@laborieestate.co.za   www.laborieestate.co.za

 

KWV

South Africa is a global player in the world of wine, with KWV a respected company that leads through innovation and quality. With its many award-winning wines, spirits and liqueurs, KWV honours its original objective of showcasing the quality of South Africa’s wine products to the world.

In 2018, KWV celebrated its centenary, a number appropriately reflected in the company’s current market standing. The company’s well-established roots in South Africa has given it international strength: KWV has a global footprint with a portfolio of brands represented in about 100 markets.

La Concorde, 57 Main Rd Paarl
Tel: +27 21 888 4600 • Email: customer@kwv.co.za • www.kwv.co.za

 

Kleine Zalze

Kleine Zalze is a family-owned winery situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands, just two miles from Stellenbosch. Winemaking has taken place on the estate on a small scale since 1695 but it was in 1996, when Kobus Basson and his family purchased the property, that the modern Kleine Zalze was born.
This continuous attention to detail culminated in Kleine Zalze achieving new heights in 2020 and being named Top Performing Winery of the Year by Platter’s South African wine guide, arguably the most comprehensive guide to South African wine in the world

De Zalze Golf Estate, Stellenbosch
Tel: +27 21 880 0717 • Email: quality@kleinezalze.co.za • www.kleinezalze.co.za

 

Eagles’ Nest

Eagles’ Nest was originally a section of Groot Constantia, the wine supplier to European nobility, established by Simon van der Stel in the late 1600’s. Eagles’ Nest’s history reveals that it operated as a commercial farm producing export fruit, as well as vegetables for the local market, up until the 1960’s. Over time the farm has had a number of owners, since 1984 it has been in the control of the Mylrea family.

Eagles’ Nest is suited to red wines. With its East, West and North facing slopes it is the steepest commercially farmed land in the Cape region, if not in all of South Africa. The land is located 10.5 km from the warm False Bay coast line and is in the direct path of the summer trade wines

Constantia Main Rd, Constantia,

Tel: 021 794 4095 • Email: info@eaglesnestwines.com • www.eaglesnestwines.com

 

Perdeberg

Situated at the foothills of the Paardeberg Mountain in Paarl, Cape Town, one of the finest wine-growing areas of the Cape, lies Perdeberg Cellar. The hallmark and most differentiating quality of Perdeberg wines is our predominant use of unirrigated vineyards, termed dry land vines. Overcoming difficult growing conditions, dry land vines yield small berries with concentrated flavour and colour which in turn create superior wines

 

 

 

Vryguns Farm Windmeul, Paarl,
Tel: +27 21 869 8244 •
Email: tasting@perdeberg.co.za • www. perdeberg.co.za

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