• Wedderwill

    Biodynamic vineyards, olive groves and a separate game camp are encompassed within the larger 237ha area under conservation.  Conservation areas set aside on the estate include threatened Boland granite fynbos, and special habitats such as the riverine and tributaries of the Sir Lowry’s Pass River and fynbos wetlands. A herbarium was started in October 2005 due to an initiative to record plants and species of two sites on the farm that are of botanical value.  Wine tasting can be arranged by appointment. Minimum group of 6 people

  • Vergelegen Wine Estate

    Situated on the slopes of the Hottentots Holland Mountains outside of Somerset West, Vergelegen is a national treasure trove of both historical building, cultural and natural heritage. The historic manor house, dating back to 1700’s, consists of the authentically restored and refurbished homestead, library, mill ruins, slave lodge site and surrounding gardens and vast expanse of natural vegetation. Various tours are available on the estate including Garden tours (the unique camellia garden and camphor tree forests), winery and cellar tours, historic buildings and library.

  • Klein Constantia Wines

    Dating back to 1685 and described as one of the world’s most beautiful wine estates, Klein Constantia is set amidst ancient trees on the upper foothills of the Constantiaberg in Cape Town, with views across False Bay. The 146 hectare wine estate originally formed part of “Constantia”, a vast property established in 1685 by Simon van der Stel, the first governor of the Cape. Klein Constantia was established in 1823 and has been a wine farm ever since.