Akkerdal Estate is situated in the picturesque Franschhoek valley. It is nestled between majestic mountains, breathtaking views with oak trees and the constant flowing Berg river… a perfect territory and ambience for an artist to live his dream. Owner and wine maker Pieter Hanekom, says wine making is part of the Hanekom family heritage and culture, and an essential part of the good life. Attractions   

Allee Bleue Estate
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Franschhoek
ALLEE BLEUE Wine Estate owes its name to the statuesque, blue eucalyptus trees that magnificently line the entrance to this prestigious South African tourism destination. For us however, this name also expresses our philosophy, homage to the blue planet, to the sky and water and to the colour of peace. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Anthonij Rupert Wyne
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Franschhoek
A FINE WINE HERITAGE From its home base on historic L' Ormarins wine farm beneath the jagged peaks of the Groot Drakenstein mountain in Franschhoek, Anthonij Rupert Wyne has cast its net wide, across the length and breadth of the Cape Winelands, in search of what it takes to make the finest wines this corner of the wine-making world has to offer. Attractions   

Babylonstoren
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Franschhoek
Dating back to 1692, Babylonstoren is an historic Cape Dutch farm that boasts one of the best preserved werfs (farm yards) in the Cape. Today Babylonstoren farm spans some 580 hectares with 72 hectares under vine and produce 13 different grape varieties with our highest vines – Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – lying against the Simonsbergmountains at some 800m above sea level. Every ... Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Our wines represent our sincerest endeavours to bring the Franschhoek experience to all wine lovers for the sole purpose of enjoyment and as an expression of our appreciation for our good life. We believe in truth, in seeing opportunities where others see challenges. To thrive where others fail. To push the boundaries of conformity in an industry that has long forgotten to have fun. Attractions   

At the foot of the Middagkrans mountain and only a ten-minute walk from the beautiful village of Franschhoek, lies Bo La Motte Farm, one of the nine historic Huguenot wine farms settled in 1672. The farm has recently been returned to its 'Wine Farm' origins with the newly planted vines soon to produce the first harvest which will be processed in the restored wine cellar. Attractions   

The farm of Boekenhoutskloof was originally granted to Huguenot settlers in1776. For two hundred years it remained in the same family. Over the two centuries they engaged in agricultural activities as diverse as tobacco, fruit, cattle and ultimately wine production. The original owners ceased wine production in the 1940s. The existing partnership re-opened the winery for production in 1996. Attractions   

Boschendal Estate
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Franschhoek
Boschendal, an iconic historical winery with a rich cultural history dating back to 1685, offers a relaxed and contemporary soul-enriching Winelands experience. This vibrant farm to table destination of naturally produced and artisan produce cultivates an innovative Farm to Table ethos. The winemaking vision is to balance tradition and experience with innovation. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Chamonix is situated on the eastern mountain slopes of the fertile Franschhoek Valley, comprising a total of 285 hectares, 108 hectares of which are planted with a variety of export fruit and grapes. Cape Chamonix Wine Farm produces a range of premium wines that capture the essence and splendour of the estate. Chamonix also produces export fruit, and a superior German-style schnapps. Attractions   

Clouds Wine Estate
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Stellenbosch
With one of the most celebrated views in the Cape, Clouds Estate is an undiscovered gem in the heart of Stellenbosch / Franschhoek Winelands. This unique boutique vineyard & guest estate is situated next to Delaire Graff Estate at the crest of the Helshoogte Pass, overlooking the beautiful Banhoek Valley, with the majestic Drakenstein & Simonsberg mountains taking pride of place ... Attractions    sleep do

Tucked away in the far end of the beautiful Franschhoek Valley, the Colmant winery is entirely dedicated to the South African bubbly-lover. Deciding to fulfill their passion, Jean-Philippe and Isabelle Colmant set about starting their own production of fine Cap Classique wines in 2005 and in the meantime importing some exceptional Champagne. Attractions   

Eikehof
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Eikehof is 58 Hectare Farm in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley. The farm has been in the ownership of the Malherbe family since 1903 and they also made wine on the farm until 1948. In 1992 Francois Malherbe "the fourth generation of Malherbe on the farm" revived the winemaking tradition of Eikehof. Today the farm, nestled among old oak trees, produces 4000 cases of wine in the ... Attractions   

Franschhoek Cellar, a beautiful asset to the Franschhoek wine route, combines the charms of leisurely country life with the elegance of a world class venue. Enjoy wine tastings paired with Belgian chocolate or handmade cheese. Dine on alfresco style lunches in our fabulous garden, or sip on an artisanal beer in our bistro & beer garden. The Franschhoek Cellar has a special selection ... Attractions   

Franschhoek Pass Winery
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Ideally situated between Franschhoek and Paarl, on the slopes of the Wemmershoek Mountain, lies Freedom Hill Vineyards. The wine range derives its name from the fact that the vineyards overlook the legendary Victor Verster prison (now the Drakenstein correctional services facility), where the late, former President Nelson Mandela took his first steps to freedom. Attractions   

GlenWood Winery
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Franschhoek
GlenWood is a very special place. Located in the little-known valley of Robertsvlei, a few kilometres from Franschhoek, the farm is surrounded by aspects of outstanding natural beauty. Using only the best materials and sustainable viticultural practices, we have developed the farm over the past twenty seven years, winning numerous awards for our vineyards and our hand-crafted wines. Attractions   

Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate
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Franschhoek
Grande Provence Wine Estate wears her 300-year history with dignity. Nestled in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Western Cape, her lush vines spread across 47 acres. Rolling vistas frame the valley floor and heighten the drama of the rugged mountains beyond. Barely a one-hour drive from Cape Town, this is heartland South African Wine Country at its very finest. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Haut Espoir
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Haut Espoir  - 'High Hope' is a family owned vineyard and winery, nestled in the majestic mountain slopes that enclose the Franschhoek valley.Haut Espoir was originally part of the grazing land allocated to the first farm registered in Franschhoek in 1692. In 1999 a 23 hectare subdivision of this grazing land was purchased by the Armstrong family, who commenced ... Attractions   

Haute Cabrière
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Franschhoek
Situated in the breathtaking Franschhoek Wine Valley, Haute Cabrière wine farm is rooted in history. Visitors are invited to experience a deep passion for wine as Cellar Master Takuan von Arnim, follows in his father’s passion for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Attractions    eat do taste

Located in the top, southern-most corner of the Franschhoek Valley, the 22 hectare Holden Manz Wine Estate is situated between the Franschhoek River and Stony Brook at 300 meters above sea level. An exclusive grower of red grapes, the Estate only cultivates its top 16 hectares under vineyards, notably Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Merlot. Attractions   

Keerweder was the first farm to be allotted to a European in the Franschhoek Valley during the administration of the Dutch East India Company; the V.O.C. In 1692 Simon van der Stel granted it to Heinrich Muller who came from Basle in Switzerland. Attractions   

Established in 1694, La Bourgogne is a centre of social, cultural and viticultural life in the Franschhoek Valley and a second home for those who enjoy the beauty and hospitality of the winelands. A fine semillon wine, Progeny, is matured in new and old French oak. Additional wines are planned for release in 2009. Attractions   

La Bri
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Situated in the imposing amphitheater of the Franschhoek valley, La Bri has been the source of fine wines for centuries. In April 1688, the first 270 French Huguenots settlers landed in Saldana Bay. Exiles from their country, persecuted for their Protestant faith, they left France in search of tolerance and freedom, bringing with them a not insignificant knowledge of viticulture. Attractions   

La Bri 1694 Franschhoek
+27.218762593     
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La Chaumiere, the producer of La Chimere wines,is a small wine estate lying at the heart of Franschhoek village in the Western Cape winelands with vineyards gently sloping down to the valley floor.This boutique estate specializes in producing a limited output of Chardonnay and Shiraz wines from its own grapes in its own recently built winery,using French oak for fermentation and maturation. Attractions   

La Couronne Wine Estate is situated on the cool easterly slopes of the of the Franschhoek mountains. The estate is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular in the Cape. Its wine growing past dates back three hundred years, but it is during the past 5 years that it has been developed into a modern wine farm. Attractions   

La Motte
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Franschhoek
La Motte is situated in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in South Africas Cape winelands, La Motte is home to some of South Africas finest wines, recognized internationally for their exceptional quality. In harmony with the production of wines, La Motte has also ventured into flower cultivation and the production of ethereal oils. Attractions    eat do taste

La Petite Ferme, situated in Franschhoek, arguably the most historic, beautiful and captivating town in the Cape Winelands, promises each guest an unforgettable experience. The unique tranquility, luxury and warmth of La Petite Ferme makes it a destination for all local and international guests, offering award-winning cuisine, wines and accommodation. Attractions   

Le Lude is a custom built cellar for the production of premium Methode Cap Classique. We focus on sourcing grapes from the highest quality vineyards with unique terroirs. The art is blending the unique characters of each terroir to produce an MCC that has elegance and character. The underground section of the cellar allows for the bottle fermentation and maturation on the lees. Attractions   

Since the arrival of the Huguenots in 1688, the Franschhoek Valley has always been known as a haven of tranquillity, exceptional beauty and fine food and wine. These are the essential qualities that are Le-Manoir-de-Brendel Estate, set in the heart of this magnificent Valley of the Huguenots. For those in search of something special, whether it is breathtaking beauty, a sense of ... Attractions    sleep

Leopards Leap Family Vineyards
Open times    Wednesdays to Sundays: 11h30 to 15h00. Tasting Room Tuesday to Saturday 09h00 to 17h00 Sunday 11h00 - 17h00 Closed on Monday and on Christian religious holidays.  Buses by appointment only.' data-toggle="tooltip"> Tu We Th Fr Sat Sun
Franschhoek
Welcome to Leopards Leap Family Vineyards, leading wine producer situated in South Africas famous Franschhoek Valley. Sourcing grapes from selected vineyards in the Western Cape winelands, Leopards Leap Family Vineyards produces and markets quality wines under the Leopards Leap label, aimed at consumers with a preference for affordable, easy-drinking wines, fit for any occasion. Attractions    eat 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

Morena
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High on the Franschhoek Pass, overlooking the scenic Franschhoek Valley below, is where you'll find the MORENA boutique cellar. Here on the family-run farm Méthode Cap Classique is produced and sold directly to the consumer.  There is a dry and elegant MORENA MCC for every occasion.  Attractions   

After taking your first sip of Môreson wine you'll find yourself standing taller, walking slower and smiling a lot more.The absolute focused passion (that underlies our small boutique farm) ensures that all our wines are crafted to balance across the entire palate. At Môreson we spend every minute of every day making, working on or dreaming about our wine. Attractions    eat do taste

Mouton House of Wines
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The Mouton-Excelsior Vineyards are situated in the furthermost corner of the Franschhoek Valley. The farm nestles against the majestic Franschhoek peaks which makes for a spectacular setting and the cultivation of its wines at high lying slopes. Since 1984 the Mouton-Excelsior vineyards have been replanted with noble cultivars of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, ... Attractions   

My Wyn, best described in the context of wine production as small is beautiful. From the smallest cellar, overlooking the Franschhoek Valley, Jacoline Haasbroek produces 2000 bottles p.a., enjoyed by a following from across the globe.Wine TastingMonday – Friday: 10h00 – 12h30 (October – April) Or by appointment Attractions   

Noble Hill Wine Estate
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Paarl
Noble Hill is a wine estate on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountains in South Africa. We make wine with pride in provenance and humility in craftsmanship. We strive to make wines that are juicy yet structured, elegant, and above all authentic to the place they are grown. Noble Hill is located on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountains, which have made some of South Africa’s finest ... Attractions   

At Old Wine Road Co. we produce wines that pay homage to the Franschhoek valley’s heritage of prised old vines and interesting, unique stories. Made in a cellar standing proudly in the town’s old main road, our quality wines bring life to the characters and trades, around which an illustrious industry was founded. Attractions   

Paserene is a small family-operated winery owned by Martin Smith and Ndabe Mareda, situated on the R45 on the way in to Franschhoek. Wines are made from grapes from Franschhoek, Elgin and Tulbagh Attractions   

Pieter Ferreira Wines
    
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Franschhoek
“Bubbles have consumed my life,” says Pieter Ferreira. ... Widely known as Mr Bubbles; Graham Beck’s cellar master has been on the bubble for 30 vintages. Attractions   

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

Rickety Bridge Winery
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Franschhoek
Rickety Bridge Winery is an historic Franschhoek wine estate. Situated in the renowned Franschhoek valley, the food and wine capital of South Africa, the Rickety Bridge winery and Country Manor House nestle against the hillside overlooking vineyards and the majestic Wemmershoek Mountains. The land dates back to 1694 when the farms were granted to the first French Huguenots who ... Attractions    eat sleep do taste

The Rupert and Rothschild partnership was formed in 1997 by the late Dr Anton Rupert of South Africa and the late Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France. Their vision and guiding principles were carried forward by their sons, the late Anthonij Rupert and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild. Today the Rupert family and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild share this prestigious partnership in wine production. Attractions    eat taste

The historic wines of the Cape are characterised by the distinctive Cape Dutch architecture. The elegant facades are personified by the unique shape and character of the gable and symbolize the descent and individuality of the owner and his wine farm. Attractions   

Solms-Delta Wine Estate
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Franschhoek
Solms-Delta is much more than a wine estate. Located 15km outside the village of Franschhoek in the heart of the Cape Winelands, the estate produces classical wines with a difference… in fact everything about Solms-Delta is different. The estate offers a variety of experiences, in addition to its highly acclaimed wines, including picnics all year round in its magical forest. Attractions    eat do taste

A unique expression of Franschhoek's Bo-Hoek region Crafted by Franschhoek's favourite boutique winery Attractions   

Vrede en Lust Estate
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Franschhoek
Nestled within a natural amphitheatre shaped by Simonsberg Mountain lies the exquisite Vrede en Lust Estate - home to the wines produced and bottled by the Buys-family. Founded in 1688 by Jacques de Savoye who named the farm Vrede en Lust meaning Peace and Delight. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Wines of Cape Town (Pty) Ltd. was established in March 2007, specialising in the Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch award winning wine regions of South Africa. We source, market, produce and distribute quality wines locally and internationally. Wines of Cape Town forms part of the unexpected jewel, the Paarl Valley, masterfully combining passion, great wine and good value for money. Attractions    eat

In the 1830's, a group of Dutch descended farmers, dissatisfied with British imperial rule, trekked north from the Eastern Cape. At this juncture, the Louws, typically, went South. Eventually, they settled in the fertile Paarl valley under shadow of a hill known as Babylons Toren on the road to Franschhoek.Seven generations later, amidst the chaos that befell the global wine industry, ... Attractions