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   

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

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

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   

Bellingham Wines
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Wellington
The Bellingham story starts in 1693. The 80s and 90s saw vineyard developments, cellar extensions and the beginning of Bellingham’s classic New World winemaking philosophy. Today, while still inspired by its history of innovation, ingenuity and foresight, the brand is firmly set in the 21st century, producing contemporary, structured wines with an unmistakable sense of place and style. Attractions    taste