Alkmaar is a historic boutique vineyard located in the Blouvlei area in Wellington at the foothills of the Hawequa mountains also known by locals as the “Perdeskoen” or “Horseshoe” and only a hour’s drive from Cape Town. Attractions   

This enchanting boutique wine estate in the Wellington Bovlei district has recently been purchased by a group of 23 British wine friends who have big plans for the farm. A guest house has newly opened and there is big investment in the cellar under new winemaker Shaun Meyeridricks. With a history dating back to the first Huguenot settlement in the Valley, the farm forms part of ... Attractions   

Bains Way Wines are produced by Wellington Wines Attractions   

In the unique world of creating distinctive wines, winemaker Bertus Fourie is a legend. He earned the nickname ‘Starbucks’ for his exceptional skill in producing the coffee-flavoured Barista Pinotage. Building on this first success, Bertus has now literally splashed out with the delicious Barista Chardonnay and its decidedly citrusy notes. Join us in exploring them both, pronto. Attractions   

Bellingham Wines
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Wellington
Bellinghams history goes back to 1693 and the brand has, for decades, produced some of South Africas best known and highly-respected wines. The label has always been recognized for its innovative and pioneering approach. Attractions    taste

Blouvlei Wines
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Blouvlei (pronounced "Blowflay") takes its name from a small valley between Paarl & Wellington, Western Cape, where blue wild flowers blossom along the roadsides. Blouvlei is a BEE initiative of Stephan du Toit, owner of Mont du Toit wine estate. This project was established in 2002 and funded by Mont du Toit. The shareholders are staff members and are ... Attractions   

Situated in one of the most magnificent wine locations in the world, nestling against the slopes of the Groenberg in the shadow of the Limiet Mountains near Wellington, South Africa, lies Bosman Family Vineyards. On this picturesque farm the legacy of eight generations of wine loving people are dotingly carried forward in both vine and wine. Attractions   

This historic building is the place where Wellington tradition and hospitality comes to life. The Bovlei Cellar now serves as the taste room of Wellington Wines, and home to the W True to Terroir range, the La Cave Range, and awaits the relaunch of the Bovlei range. The ideal venue for private wine club meetings and small events. Attractions    taste

Bromar Wines
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Wellington
At Bromar we are passionate about wine, and offer wines of true quality, depth and character to importers and customers of South African wines worldwide. We recognised that different countries require different wines and we at Bromar are capable to supply wine styles as required by our customers. We established very good working relationships with most major wineries in South Africa ... Attractions   

Just 5 km from Wellington, the historic Canetsfontein Estate is situated in the Bovlei Valley, on the foothills of the Hawequas and Wellington Sneeukop, near Bainskloof. Spend some time and get to know our vineyards, our wines, the outdoor activities and the friendly accommodation on this organic wine and fruit estate. Attractions   

The project originally started in 2009 when Naas and Jenny Ferreira made a bubbly from a small vineyard planted at Klein Optenhorst, their beautiful home in Wellington. The wine was named after the property. Attractions   

On a small historic farm outside Wellington, in the heart of the winelands, Claridge Wines are crafted by Roger and Maria Jörgensen. Roger traded the strawberry fields of Kent for the fynbos fringed mountain vineyards of the “Groenberg” Wellington. Attractions   

Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate
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Wellington
Diemersfontein is known for its beauty, informal elegance, and grace - an idyllic wine estate only 45 minutes drive from Cape Town and is situated near the Cape& famous Wine Routes. We warmly invite you to share with us the tranquil spirit of Diemersfontein - whether you are conferencing here, marrying here, staying for a few days of leisure (or even permanently) - or taking some ... Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Doolhof Wine Estate
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Wellington
Doolhof means labyrinth in Afrikaans. In Greek mythology, the Labyrinth was an elaborate structure constructed for King Minos of Crete and designed by the legendary artificer Daedalus to hold the Minotaur, a creature that was half man and half bull and which was eventually killed by the Athenian hero, Theseus. Daedalus had made the labyrinth so cunningly that he himself could barely escape it. Attractions   

Douglas Green Wines
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Wellington
Ever since the first bottle of Douglas Green wine was produced in 1942, the personal touch and inimitable intuition of our talented winemakers have served to keep our vintages at the forefront of the extremely competitive South African wine market. Today our progressive collection is enjoyed throughout our beautiful country and exported to more than 50 countries around the globe. Attractions   

Dunstone Wines are proudly produced on our estate in Wellington. Lying at the foothills of the Hawequa and Limiet Mountains, our first vines were planted in 2003. The shared passion between Lee & Abbi, Robert Frith (Abbi’s father) and our wine maker, Neil Marais, is evident throughout the wine making process, which has since established Dunstone Wines’ award winning status. Attractions   

"I want my wines to be individual, to taste of where they come from... I will not interfere with nature but let the environment develop my unique style. There is nothing typical about my wines... they are unique and individual, as we all are" Reni Hildenbrand. Attractions   

Imbuko Wines is situated on the farm Uitkyk, near Wellington in the heart of the Boland Winelands. Co-founder and Managing Director Theunis van Zyl has been part of the wine industry for more than 20 years. Imbuko, meaning “Admiration for…..” in Xhosa, which serves as one of South Africa’s eleven official languages and the native tongue of our most famous citizen, Nelson Mandela. Attractions   

Rene and Birgit both grew up in wine growing areas. Wine was always part of their lives and an unavoidable love for wine grew with them. Their combined passion for wine accumulated into a dream and for them, that dream is Jacaranda Wines. Attractions   

Passion! This, says Jacques Smit of Welvanpas near Wellington, is his contribution to the wine he makes. The rest he leaves to nature. But he does keep a watchful eye on proceedings! Jacques knows as much of what's going on in the vineyards as in the cellar. Attractions   

Klein Doolhof is a small family owned wine farm situated deep in the Bovlei Valley, Wellington. We produce small quantities of hand-crafted wine from specifically selected vineyards. We strive to produce only the best, exceptional wine. Klein Doolhof is also called the “vertical vineyards”, due to the steep slopes on which the vineyards are cultivated. Attractions   

La Cave
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Linton Park Wines
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Wellington
Linton Park’s legacy started in 1699 as the farm De Slange Rivier. Our original farm was named for the winding stream, Snake River or Slange Rivier which still flows down the mountain. The majestic Groenberg Mountain presides over Linton Park Wine Estate, which is minutes away from the charming and rustic town of Wellington in South Africa’s Western Cape province. Attractions   

Versailles, situated in the bountiful and picturesque Wellington valley, was first granted to French Huguenots in 1699.The Malan family, owners of the farm for six generations, can likewise claim a proud and ancient Huguenot lineage. A venerable winemaking tradition established by these ancestors has resulted in a variety of excellent wines. Attractions   

Mischa Estate is nestled in the valley of Wellington, South Africa below Groenberg. Third generation Mischa Estate was bought just after the Second World War by John Barns Senior. He chose the farm because of its view of Table Mountain. This unique position makes Mischa one of the few farms in the region with a line of sight to the coast. Attractions   

Mont du Toit
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Mont du Toit Kelder lies at the foot of the Hawequa mountain, Wellington, Western Cape, bordering Paarl, the centre of wine production in South Africa, some 65 km north-north-east of Cape Town. 28 hectares of vines grow on sunny, north and northwest facing slopes of weathered granite and Clovelly Hutton soils, with sandy loam in the lower areas. In keeping with his enlightened ... Attractions   

Nabygelegen has a very old history of winemaking and the original cellar building dating back to well before its inscribed 1815 gable date has old, open concrete fermenting tanks, stone foot presses and underground storage tanks. The modern winery and fermentation cellar contains state-of-the-art machinery and the most modern of processes from the new and old world are used. Attractions   

Our winery is named after Sir George Napier, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope 1837 – 1843, who distinguished himself by abolishing slavery. It was he who named Wellington in honour of the famous Duke of Wellington, his erstwhile commanding officer in the wars against Napoleon. Napier winery was established in 1989 on land farmed since the late 1600’s. 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   

Oude Wellington was originally known as Onverwacht, which means "un-expected", which pretty much is true. Un-expectantly a green valley opens before you when entering the Wamakersvallei ( valley of the wagon builders ) at the foot of the Hawaque Mountains. Its slopes extend to the farm. First buildings date back to 1790, but only in the early 1800 the farm was allocated to Johannes ... Attractions   

Welbedacht (pronounced "well-be-duct") is situated in one of the Cape's most picturesque wine regions, Wellington, which is ideally suited to the cultivation of world class wines. This breath-takingly beautiful farm is the jewel in the Wellington crown nestled into the northwest side of Groenberg and-, offering expansive views, serene farm-style ambience and a range of extraordinarily good wines. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

Snow Mountain Wines
    
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Wellington
Snow Mountain is a brand develped by James McKenzie from Nabygelegen 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   

At the foot of Paardeberg, the well-known landmark between Wellington and Malmesbury, nature created the perfect conditions for growing and nurturing some of South Africa's fines wines. When Pieter Taljaard found this gem following his successful career in the mining industry he decided to assemble a team of professionals who share his passion for creating fine wines and to build ... Attractions   

The Bridge of Hope Wines is a virtual wine producer founded by a black female South African, Rosemary Mosia, and her twin daughters. The collection boasts an abundance of authentic wines which flourishes in South Africa’s mediteranean climate. The wine is produced by Linton Park Wines, Slangrivier Vineyard in Wellington. Founded by a French Huguenot named Louis Fourie in 1699. Attractions   

Let's face it - the winelands doesn't exactly have a glowing reputation for engaging in Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE). All too often, young BBBEE wine companies are left to sink or swim and as a result can quickly become isolated, with little capital or experience. Attractions   

Since we are both winemakers, our vision was always clear: being in the wine industry is a lifestyle rather than a job or a career; we enjoy everything about wine and hope that we can contribute to sustainable South African wine industry. We believe that having 30 combined years’ experience in the wine industry and a hands-on approach to everything we do is what makes Truter Family ... Attractions   

What makes Upland unique is the dedication of its owners. For the past seventeen years, Dr Edmund Oettlé and his wife, Elsie, have implemented organic farming techniques. Organic farming needs to be economically viable and sustainable in the long term and therefore making use of natural fertilizers and pest control is not a quick-fix solution, but rather a slow, sustainable process. Attractions   

Val du Charron Wine & Leisure Estate
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Wellington
Val du Charron Wine & Leisure Estate (VDC) is located on a working vineyard with its own cellar ten minutes from the town of Wellington and under an hour’s drive from Cape Town. Offering 5 and 4 star accommodation, on site spa, two restaurants, MTB and running trails all in the heart of the Winelands, VDC is an ideal location to savour the culture of South African wine making and its products. Attractions    eat sleep do taste

PREMIUM QUALITY OUR PASSION AND PRIDESituated on the northern side of Paarl on the Paarl/Wellington Road, with spectacular views over the Klein Drakenstein Mountains, lies Veenwouden, a Boutique winery, where care, patience and pride is taken to produce their wines. Attractions   

Welgegund was established in 1777. The heritage wines, all handcrafted from old character plantings on our farm in Wellington, celebrate a unique combination of the decomposed granite terroir, the exceptional light and the timeless mastery of the winemaker, and offer an enduring expression of the classic Cape wine tradition so globally envied of this region for centuries. Attractions   

Wellington Wines
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Wellington
Wellington Wines, where wines are born, is a customer driven producing cellar consistently supply their national and international market with a broad range of quality wines, true to Wellington, both in its terroir and people, delivered in bulk and bottle format, with continuous improvement and innovation. Attractions    taste

Welvanpas with its picturesque setting, dates back to 1705 and has been the home of the Retief family for 7 generations - amongst them Voortrekker leader Piet Retief. Location, soil and climate all contributes to the fine wines produced in the cellar which has played host to more than 100 harvests. Attractions