Kleine Zalze Wines
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Stellenbosch
Where comfort, award-winning wines and relaxed fine dining combine to offer a complete Winelands experience. Kleine Zalze’s award-winning wines are known for their distinctly South African character, boasting lively, full-bodied flavours that reflect the local climate and terroir. With their classical composition and complementary relationship with food, our wines ensure a refreshing ... Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Roodeberg
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Paarl
Sixty-nine years of innovation and improvements to the secret blend of South Africa’s iconic Rooderberg have produced a product that customers choose again and again, it grows indicative of a loyal following. Attractions    do taste

Le Pommier Wine Estate
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Stellenbosch
Le Pommier with its distinctive French name, is a reminder that the part of the farm on which it stands was once a flourishing apple orchard. Nestled amongst the vineyards at the foot of the Simonsberg, the setting offers a Banhoek country cuisine Restaurant with glorious mountain views. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Mont Rochelle Mountain Vineyards
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Franschhoek
Mont Rochelle is a stunning 22-bedroom hotel and vineyard just under an hour’s drive from Cape Town in the town of Franschhoek in South Africa. Franschhoek is a traditional vineyard town in the Western Cape Province famously known as the French Corner of the Cape and is considered to be the food and wine capital of South Africa. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Raka Wines
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Overberg
The Raka brand was named after Piet Dreyers fishing vessel. Piets first love has always been the sea. It is with this same passion that the Dreyer family now pursue the art of winemaking. With the rich blessing of earth and elements, the help of a dedicated workforce, the enthusiasm of winemaker Josef Dreyer and the advantages of a modern gravity flow cellar, Piet Dreyer produces ... Attractions    taste

Nederburg Wines
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Paarl
Nederburg in Paarl is one of South Africa's most awarded wineries with a prize-winning pedigree that stems from a culture of innovation and disciplined attention to detail. The wines are refreshing and richly fruited with bold flavours and structure. Their hallmark combination of contemporary, vibrant flavour and classical structure blends the best of both worlds - the New and the Old. Attractions    eat do taste

Durbanville Hills Cellar
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Cape Town
The Durbanville Hills cellar, situated a mere 20 minutes from Cape Town's city centre, overlooks Table Mountain, Table Bay and Robben Island and the wines produced here express a unique synergy between the cool climate location and the very best in winemaking. Our unique location makes all the difference, offering a diverse landscape from which to make a range of classic red and ... Attractions    eat do taste

Ayama Wines
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Paarl
Ayama Wines, home to SA's 1st Vermentino, is owned by Italian couple Attilio & Michela, making wine expressed from the unique terroir of the Voor-Paardeberg, one of the newest wine appellations declared as producing distinctive wines of significant quality. Ayama, isiXhosa for someone to lean on, is home to 62ha of vineyards, 2.5ha pears, 9ha olives, 2ha artichokes & 4ha special ... Attractions    sleep

Marianne Wine Estate
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Stellenbosch
Originally from Bordeaux where our family owns 3 wine estates, we fell in love with South Africa during our many travels to the country. Our dream was to combine both, the Old & the New World, to make wines close to our vision of perfection. Therefore, we decided to purchase this boutique wine estate of 32 hectares (including 24 on vines) located in Simonsberg valley in 2004. Manual ... Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Plaisir De Merle
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Franschhoek
The history of Plaisir de Merle is a story of exceptional people who helped create a proud viticultural heritage that lives on today. The farm dates back to 1693 when the French Huguenot, Charles Marais and his family were granted land by Governor Simon van der Stel. They named the farm Le Plessis Marly after the small village from which they had come in France. Attractions    sleep do taste