Winelands in Stellenbosch

Winelands in Cape Town, Constantia, Stellenbosch, Paarl and surrounding regions are delivering award winning wines to the world after years of political isolation. A rich culture of wine, food, history & hospitality awaits discovery.

Centuries of tradition along with the spectacular geography and climate have produced Cape wines of distinction which are full of character, have unique terroir and are of world-class standards. Boutique hotels, spas and fine dining restaurants are regularly emerging on the wine farms, while some winemakers are developing a pseudo rock star status.

De Trafford Winery

De Trafford Winery is situated on the beautiful Mont Fleur farm set at the top of a dramatic valley above Stellenbosch, 380m up between the Stellenbosch and Helderberg mountains, at the end of one of


Eaglevlei is now a hive of activity. Only 25 minutes from Cape Town, they offer a unique experience, from their state of the art wine tasting facility with uninterrupted views of Table Mountain and

L'Avenir Wines

A New Breed of Excellence….. “South Africa is a perfectly logical evolution in our strategy to develop a strong brand, synonymous with quality wines from around the world … and it really is

Rustenberg Wines

Rustenberg, founded in 1682, has been owned by the Barlow family since 1940. The farm has a rich history of winemaking that is wrapped up in tradition yet modern techniques govern the way wine is

Spier Wine Estate

Spier, stands on the banks of the Eerste River in the heart of the Stellenbosch wine region. It is a haven for tourists yet it also has a deep set cultural and historical background dating back to

Jordan Wines

Gary and Kathy Jordan have been making world-class wines since 1993. From the Jordan hillside vineyards, one has spectacular panoramic views of Table Mountain, False Bay & Stellenbosch. The


Considered to be the home of Pinotage, Beyerskloof was founded in 1988 when Beyers Truter discovered the perfect place to produce that which runs through his veins – Pinotage.