Asara Wine Estate and Hotel
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Stellenbosch
Award-winning wine estate and 5-star hotel in the heart of the Cape Winelands.Asara offers warm hospitality, luxury accommodation, friendly, attentive service and the finest in food and wines. Among its many features are breath-taking views and a tranquil atmosphere. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

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

Graham Beck
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Robertson
Graham Beck, one of South Africa`s leading family owned estates, purposefully endeavours to produce South Africa’s finest Méthode Cap Classique, to champion the development and progressive growth of its farming community and to be a leader in the restoration and ecological sustainability of the fragile South African ecosystem. Its Robertson winery provides must-visit state of the ... Attractions    taste

Allesverloren Wine Estate
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Swartland
Allesverloren, situated on the south-eastern slopes of the Kasteelberg near Riebeek West, is the oldest wine estate in the Swartland. The farm which dates back to 1704, began producing wine exactly one century later. Current owner and cellar master Danie Malan is the fifth generation Malan on the Swartland estate. Allesverloren is renowned for its range of red wines, in particular, ... Attractions    do taste

A unique and exciting wine brand - one of the few associated with a private nature reserve. The Concept is all about creating an environmentally responsible, inspired brand for wine lovers who care about sustainability and leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come - from Mother Nature's treasure trove - reflects world-renowned diversity, profound responsibility. Attractions   

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

Perdeberg Wines
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Paarl
Our winery lies at the foot of the magnificent Paardeberg Mountain in Paarl, named after the scores of Cape Mountain Zebra that once roamed its slopes. Our vineyards span over 2300 ha and 75% are un-irrigated, whilst 50% are un-trellised, yielding a very low average of 7.8 ton/ha. These smaller berries from dry land bush vines, bring intense colour, added body and passionate flavours. Attractions    taste

Fleur du Cap at Die Bergkelder
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Stellenbosch
On the outskirts of the historic town of Stellenbosch, on the slopes of the Papegaaiberg lies Die Bergkelder, one of South Africa’s most prestigious wine cellars. Our range was launched in 1968, shortly after the cellar was completed. From the onset, the priority of Die Bergkelder was to create noble, top quality red and white wines under the guidance of manager of wine production,Dr ... Attractions    do taste

Compagniesdrift – Wine Storage, Bottling and Labelling opened its doors on 1 December 2010 with only 4 wine producers. Currently commitment has been secured from 42 wine producers to store their wine and a total of 2 million bottles are already in the warehouse. Attractions   

Badsberg Wine Cellar
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Robertson
Badsberg Wine Cellar lies in the Rawsonville area at the foot of the well-known Badsberg mountain from which the cellar derives its name. The policy from the beginning was to make wine with very good quality, and the minimum bottled wine that was made in the beginning, was only for the members of the cellar. Attractions    sleep do taste