Swartland Winery
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Swartland Winery lies some 60km north-east of Cape Town near the town of Malmesbury. Old, low yielding bush vines are the secret of Swartlands success, thriving in the dry land vineyards, cooled by the sea breezes from the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Always at the forefront of quality wine production in the Cape, Swartlands wines offer exceptional value for money. Attractions   

Filia-meaning daughter in Latin-a culmination of a life’s long passion for the Paardeberg, where I was born, raised and have returned to. The Paardeberg- or horse mountain, so named by the first European settlers to the Swartland, due to the abundance of Quaggas (Cape Mountain Zebra) that roamed its fynbos thicket covered granite slopes-lies in the Swartland, with its verdant rolling ... Attractions   

David & Nadia
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David & Nadia is a family owned Swartland driven project and we focus on a spectrum of organic, old and dry land bush vine vineyards from different areas with different soil types throughout the Swartland, farmed by like-minded people. In the cellar we work as natural as possible and only add sulphur. We believe in a pure, fresh and natural style where site and soil are at work ... Attractions   

Sadie Family Wines are in the Swartland, with wines made by the legendary passionate Eben Sadie Attractions   

AA Badenhorst Family Wines
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AA Badenhorst Family Wines are grown, made and matured on Kalmoesfontein farm in the Swartland appellation of South Africa. The 28ha of old bushvines grow in the Siebritskloof part of the Paardeberg mountain. The property is owned by the baie dynamic and good looking cousins Hein and Adi Badenhorst. They are originally from Constantia. Their grandfather was the farm manager of ... Attractions   

BESTER is a limited range of elegantly crafted Swartland wines developed by Zakkie Bester, a well-known wine personality who, as proud Swartlander, can trace his roots back to his ancestor Andreas Bester who settled in Malmesbury in the 1700s. BESTER wines are made for uncomplicated enjoyment. So, do as the Besters do - pour a glass, sit back and enjoy lifes more blissful moments. Attractions    taste

Allesverloren Wine Estate
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Allesverloren Wine Estate is the oldest estate along the Swartland wine route, located in Riebeek-West. The name, Allesverloren, was registered in 1704 after the farm burnt down and although the name translates to ‘all is lost’ the Malan-family has indeed enjoyed a happy fate. In 1806 the first Port-styled wine was made for own consumption on Allesverloren, it was only after the ... Attractions    eat do taste

Situated at the foot of the majestic Kasteelberg mountain guarding the Riebeek Valley, Riebeek Cellars is the proud producer of fine wines from a variety of cultivars and in a variety of styles, but all with the quality and unique character of the Riebeek Valley. We focus on a quality lifestyle for all and that is why the ultimate charm of Riebeek Cellars lies in its people and ... Attractions   

Cloofs trademark concentrated reds are spearheaded by the widely acclaimed Crucible Shiraz. With a strategy of expressing each wines unique personality on the label, this Biodiversity Champion is constantly developing innovative ways of communicating with consumers. Cloofs wines truly are Darling of origin, darling by nature; in every respect. Attractions   

Earthbound Organic Wines
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Papkuilsfontein, Home of Earthbound Wines. Nestled against the Dassenberg in the traditional wheatlands of Darling the farm Papkuilsfontein is devoted to the cultivation of noble grape varietals. Add a climate influenced by cooling sea breezes and the rich, deep red, fertile Earthbound soils and quality wines are born. Attractions   

Lammershoek Farms & Winery
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At Lammershoek we believe in making natural wine. That means being in touch with our land and farming organically, and using no additives apart from minimal amounts of SO2 during the wine-making process. The result is wine that reflects the place where it is made, as well as the people who make it. Attractions   

Back in the mid-sixteen hundreds, after an extremely long and tiring trek from the Cape of Good Hope, Pieter Cruythoff and his party stood atop the Bothmanskloof pass and surveyed for the first time, a valley of rich wonderment and beauty. Many followed in the years to come; to settle, to farm, to live and laugh - to soak in the glorious views and introduce added quality into their lives. Attractions   

Leeuwenkuil Family Vineyards has been in the Dreyer Family for many generations and driven by two resilient forces – quality time and quality wine. They take pride in harnessing their strong family bond along with their shared passion for wine-making to create intriguing and memorable wines. Attractions   

Doran Vineyards is owned by Irish-born, London based Edwin Doran. His Partner/CEO is André Badenhorst, the South African wine icon. It is the home of elegant, artisan, hand-nurtured wines created by dedicated, passionate people. Attractions   

South Africa's first Michelin-star chef, published author, artist and passionate photographer, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen's understanding of the world was forged in the kitchens of his mother and grandmothers. From kneading dough in the farmhouse kitchen of his childhood in Mpumalanga, South Africa to running his own restaurant in Nice, France, Jan-Hendrik's journey has taken ... Attractions   

Org de Rac Domain
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Org de Rac is a pioneer of organic viticulture in South Africa, making a range of award-winning wines competing with the best the country has to offer and showing that natural, organic farming is synonymous with wine quality. It is hard not to notice Org de Rac Organic Wine Estate when you cross the Berg River towards Piketberg on the N7. Just the sight of the vineyards on the ... Attractions    eat do taste

Groote Post Vineyards
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Groote Post is a historic 18th century farm on the Capes West Coast where wine making traditions have been revived by the Pentz family. Unique aspects and cool climatic conditions of the Darling Hills yield superlative fruit. Our wines are produced to reflect the uniqueness of our vineyards. Attractions    eat do taste

Bryan MacRobert is a young winemaker from the Swartland Wine Region in the Western Cape in South Africa. He works as a wine maker in the Swartland, South Africa and in La Rioja in Spain producing his own brands. He works as a consultant to cellars in both regions. Bryan’s philosophy is to produce wines that are unique and capture the consumer. Attractions   

Welcome to the Spice Route Winery. The new age of the Swartland commenced in 1997 when Charles Back stumbled across an old Tobacco farm, Klein Amoskuil. Digging up soils to understand the geological patchwork which would be the foundation of this viticultural frontier, the Spice Route was born. Attractions   

Winkelshoek is a privately owned cellar, situated approximately 1 1/2 hours from CT on the flower and wine route of this region.This rugged thatched roof establishment offers all the amenities that make travelling a pleasurable experience. Not only will you have the pleasure of tasting our range of Weskus wines, fortified wines and brandies, but also the wines of the cellars on ... Attractions   

Our name honours and recognises the legends of South African wine that preceded us, and stands as a constant reminder of our passion to elevate South African wine on the global stage. Our carefully selected portfolio includes some of South Africa’s most distinctive wines touched by an array of influences: the dramatically rising mountain slopes surrounding Stellenbosch, the cool ... Attractions   

Babylon's Peak is a private cellar, nestled on the slopes of the Paardeberg Mountain. Some of the highest vineyards in the Swartland region can be found here. The cellar is built on the farm Nooitgedacht, which has belonged to the Basson family for four generations. The old cellar was in production until 1948, after which grapes were delivered to a co-operative cellar. Attractions   

The Observatory Cellars
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Under scorching sun, the rugged Swartland soil shapes a rising star in handcrafted wines – The Observatory Cellar. Boschgaasfontein farm is home to The Observatory Cellar. The old cellar is one of the original buildings constructed on the farm. It dates back to the1920s. Winemaking has been an integral part of the farm since this time. Attractions   

On the R 45 between Malmesbury and Paarl in the Swartland, you'll find this "Ruby in the dust..." At Annex Kloof you have the opportunity to kick of your shoes, leave your inhibitions at home and switch of from the city buzz. Instead of "bling" and fine dining you’ll get warmth and good quality wines, tasted from the barrels and dining amongst them. Attractions    sleep

After graduating from Stellenbosch University with a degree in viticulture and oenology, I worked multiple vintages in Australia, France and Portugal. I then returned to home ground and joined the winemaking team at Klein Constantia. In 2004 I was offered the opportunity of starting Anwilka wines in conjunction with Klein Constantia role-players and Bordeaux winemakers. The four ... Attractions   

Danie and Hugo Carinus have taken some liberty in calling their wine label Carinus Family Vineyards in that they are only very distantly related. They are, however, good friends and grape growers who supply some of the leading producers in the country from vineyards situated in Devon Valley, Polkadraai and the Swartland. Attractions