Ashton Winery
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Robertson
Ashton Kelder - Est. 1962 renamed Ashton Winery in 2016 was established on the 10th of May 1962 by a few eager producers. By the time the cellar was built the following year, there were 46 members who delivered a total of 2 130 tonnes of grapes. Today, more then fifty years later, we have a total of sixty shareholders who produce up to 24 000 tonnes of grapes annually. Attractions    do taste

In Robertson our soils are rich in lime, in contrast to the rest of the Cape region where soils are mainly acid. This assures that our wines have a very special finesse.  Seven generations have proudly cultivated our land to enhance the character and uniqueness of the wines - allowing us the oppurtunity to stand back and to let the wine do the talking on our behalf. Attractions   

Closely tucked in beside the peaceful waters of the Breede River in Robertson, lies the well-known Bon Courage Estate, where viticulturist, André Bruwer and his son, Jacques – the winemaker, produces a selection of the country’s finest wines, ranging from noble whites, classic reds, sweet and fortified wines to the ever so popular Cap Classique’s and sparkling wines. Attractions    eat taste

The Tuscan-style homestead takes in magnificent sweeping views of the surrounding hills and extends to 3.5 ha of Cabernet Sauvignon, with the remainder of the grapes for the Cabernet Sauvignon and Clovelly Triangle selected from top producers in the greater Stellenbosch area as well as Chardonnay from the Robertson region. Winemaker Jacques Fourie has gained extensive experience ... Attractions   

In 1978 Pietie Marais, the third generation of the family and owner of this winefarm in Robertson, married his wife of Irish descent, Liz. She not only bore him three sons, but brought with her an omen of good luck, hope and love. It is precisely these elements portrayed by the four leaf clover, that is now symbolised through the family emblem. The four leaf clover is a universally ... Attractions   

Conradie Penhill Artisanal Wines is a boutique winery based at the foothills of the famous Langeberg Mountains in the Nuy Valley, situated between Worcester and Robertson in the Cape Winelands of South Africa. The company was created in January 2015 through the formation of a partnership between Gareth and Kate Penny, owners of the nearby, beautifully restored Penhill Manor, and ... Attractions   

De Wetshof Estate
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Robertson
De Wetshof Estate in the Robertson Region - 160 km from Cape Town - is one of South Africas premier chardonnay houses, creating a wide range of wine styles from this versatile varietal. The Estate, however, offers a balanced portfolio of impressive, award winning wines from vineyards and a cellar where cutting-edge technology and common sense farming and wine-making go hand-in-hand. Attractions    taste

DuVon Wines
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Robertson
The farm Little Italy, home of Duvon Wines is located in the Goree Valley near Robertson and is easily accessible off the popular Route 62. Attractions   

Esona
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Robertson
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Tucked away in Klaasvoogd West Valley in the Robertson district, in the foothills of the Langeberge, you find the picturesque farm Vredelus, home of Exdiem Wines and Olives. The farm is blessed with pure mountain water, two rivers, very fertile soil and wonderful mountain views. Attractions   

Fraai Uitzicht 1798 is nestled in the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains, between Montague and Robertson, and linking Cape Town and the Garden Route, only 1.5 hours drive from Cape Town, South Africa. Attractions   

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   

Goedverwacht, situated in the Bonnievale wine of origin area which falls within the Robertson district in the Breede River valley, is owned by vintner Jan du Toit. Attractions   

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

The estate is situated right next to the Breede River, at the base of Sandberg mountain, approximately 15 km from Robertson. This town is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa, about 1½ hours from Cape Town. The estate lies in an area known as Le Chasseur, well known for its white wines, especially Chardonnay. About 85% of the total area of the estate is still in its natural ... Attractions   

Jan Harmsgat Farm or JHG, is situated on the most southern tip of the Robertson Wine valley along the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains. Our philosophy is to create delicious single-block wines, which are the smallest production unit for vineyards and may not exceed six hectares per cultivar. Attractions   

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On the luscious banks of the Breede River lies a farm where the art of winemaking is a proud family tradition. Wolvendrift - the mystery around the name is as old as the picturesque mountains surrounding the farm - has been in the Klue family for more than 100 years and the love and devotion to the noblest art of all, that of blending a special wine, has been carried over from ... Attractions    eat

Koningsrivier
+27 23 625-1748     
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Robertson
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In 2003, brothers Johan and Le Roux Fourie started producing wine in honor of their French Huguenot forbears and grandfathers, Le Roux and Fourie. The brothers believe wine making is a life long passion with a strong legacy. Their forbears came from France to the southernmost tip of Africa with a will to be free and to contribute something unique to the immense flavor of South Africa. Attractions   

The Robertson wine growing region in the Western Cape South Africa is fast becoming one of the major wine producing areas in the southern hemisphere. Majors Hill wine estate is situated at the centre of the Robertson wine route with easy access from the town of Robertson itself. The climate is perfect for the harvest of white grapes with the cool sea breeze while red grapes thrive ... Attractions    sleep taste

There is a special place... at the end of a road that leads nowhere else A village of unique charm, where city folk go to experience timeless serenity and beauty. Where irrigation water runs in furrows down the streets, past whitewashed Cape Victorian cottages dating back to 1861. Where the scent of flowering fynbos fills the pure air and where you can see as far as the Langeberge ... Attractions    taste

Merwespont Winery
+27 23 616-2800     
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Towards the end of the nineteenth century a railway line was built between Worcester and Swellendam which are situated on the opposite sides of the Robertson Valley. Near where the cellar stands today – on land which originally belonged to Mr Koos van der Merwe, grandfather of the present-day Chairman of the board of directors, Mr Laubscher van der Merwe – a branch line was laid, ... Attractions   

Over the years we have crafted our wine making skills into becoming an art form. We strongly believe that the success of our product lies in the consistent production of high-quality grapes. Attractions   

From the Robertson wine valley comes a new trend-setting Bubbly enjoyed by those who appreciate the finer things in life. Expect to find it at exclusive dinner parties, uptown eateries and the tucked-away deli on the corner. Farmer and bubbly producer, Henk van Niekerk, believes it is the break away from the traditional which propelled this MCC from its humble beginnings on Wonderfontein ... Attractions   

Prospect 1870
+27 82-8782884     
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The farm is situated in the Robertson District near the confluence of the Cogmanskloof and Breede rivers.Immediate neighbours are Zandvliet, Excelsior and De Wetshof.Owned by even more De Wets, the brothers Nic and Chris are fifth-generation farmers of the land.Vines were first planted in 1870 and in recent times delivered mostly to a co-op cellar. Attractions   

Rico Suter Estate
+27 23 355-1822     
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Robertson
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Rietvallei Wine Estate
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Robertson
Rietvallei Wine Estate counts among South Africa’s oldest family-owned wine estates and was one of the first wine farms established in the picturesque Robertson Wine Valley. From generation to generation, storytelling has been an art in the Burger family which is continued by its 6th generation. We treasure our heritage, since our lineage is rich in history and tradition... Attractions   

RiverGold has the unique appeal of the simple farm environment and atmosphere being captured and amalgamated with the contemporary finesse of modern life. Attractions   

Robertson Winery
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Robertson
Robertson Winery is an important role player in the South African wine industry. Our trend-setting and progressive winery had its humble beginnings in a charming missionary church on the outskirts of Robertson, and its history is closely linked to that of the town. This prosperous town was named after Dr William Robertson, a Scottish minister who arrived in South Africa in 1822. Attractions    taste

Roodezandt Wines
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Robertson
Roodezandt was founded on the 18th of September 1953 and has a long and colourful history that dates back far and beyond the 40 years of its existence. The name Roodezandt Winery originates from the farms name 'Over het Roodezandt' on which the first plots of Robertson town was allocated. Attractions   

Situated in the picturesque Breede River Valley, and nestled below the clock peaks of the Langeberg range, its beauty not only lies in its spectacular setting, but in the great acclaim won in South Africa and around the world for the production of outstanding wines. The valley of wine and roses. The home of Rooiberg Winery. Attractions    eat taste

Sinnya Valley
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Sinnya Valley represents a unique development in the South African wine industry. Never before has an entire region joined forces to develop and market a regional wine brand. The Robertson Valley Wine Route already has a history of co-operation between growers and wineries in the region, with disciplined planning of specific grape varieties suitable to the regions soils and in ... Attractions   

Springfield Estate
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Robertson
The generation-to-generation tradition on which Springfield is built, is in its fifth cycle. Old fashioned methods still find a place in this cellar where 80% of the harvest is fermented with native yeast and most wines are bottled unfiltered. The master vintner, Time, is paramount, with time to settle, time to do the clarification and the maturation in an unrushed fashion. Attractions    eat taste

Thunderchild
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Robertson
In 1918 in the wake of the Great Flu Epidemic an orphanage, Die Herberg, was built by the Robertson community for the children left orphaned and destitute. In 2003 5ha vineyard was planted on the orphanages grounds by the same community. All planting material, soil preparation and irrigation were donated. None of the children in Herberg Children's Home in Robertson originate from ... Attractions   

Van Loveren
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Robertson
Van Loveren has become SA’s foremost family-owned & operated wine business with an incredible variety of quality offerings. Find them on the beautiful country road to Bonnievale in the Robertson Valley to enjoy food & wine pairings, lunch at Christina’s bistro, hiking, MTB’ing or join a garden or cellar tour. Call them at 023 615 1505 | email info@vanloveren.co.za | visit www.vanloveren.co.za. Attractions    sleep do taste

The Van Zyl family has been producing wine in the fertile Breede River Valley for the past three generations. The estate, the smallest in the Robertson area, is situated near Bonnievale in the Western Cape, 200 kilometers from Cape Town. The white wines from this area have become household names in South Africa and internationally. Attractions   

Vierkoppen Wines
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Robertson
Our story is a classic and not so much a mid-life crisis as a definite stumble towards a new career. Our first venture which began in 2004 when we bought a barn in rural Hertfordshire which had a small parcel of agricultural land attached. Daphne had always been the gardener and I had been involved in heavy pool larding under careful instruction. Attractions   

Weltevrede Wine Estate
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Robertson
We live to inspire - Weltevrede is a Family owned and managed wine estate in the Robertson Wine Valley, close to the town of Bonnievale. It began when Klaas Jonker purchased the farm in 1912 and planted the first vineyards in the area. He was followed by Japie Jonker, who in 1933 began wine farming on Weltevrede. Today, the tradition is carried on by current owner Philip Jonker. Attractions   

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Zandvliet Wine Estate,situated on the outskirts of the Robertson Valley’s Wine & within close proximity to the famed Route 62. The story of Zandvliet is all about Shiraz, being one of South Africa’s first Shiraz producers with the first plantings dating back to the 1870’s. Time honoured tradition balanced with genuine investment ensures the highest quality wines & pure luxury Attractions