Elgin to Botrivier Wine Estates
The fertility of the soil and the cool climate here means that this area is ideal for other fruit orchards, vineyards and even olive groves. Spend a day exploring these various farms and sampling the delectable produce for an authentic experience of the lovely Cape Overberg.
The Elgin Valley is also home to a number of wine farms, which do so well as a result of the cool climate, low pH of the soil and plentiful rainfall. Some of the farms include well known labels like Arumdale, Beaumont, Elgin Ridge, Highlands Road Estate, Oak Valley Wines (one of the first farms established in the area), Paul Cluver Estate and Wildekrans. Many of these estates offer tours of their cellars and wine tastings, as well as facilities to purchase wines directly from the farm.
For more information about this wine route see Elgin Valley Wine Route or explore the Wine Estates below.
Where to Stay in Cape Overberg
The Cape Overberg region offers numerous overnighting options, including accommodation in Arabella Estate, Baardskeerdersbos, Barrydale, Bettys Bay, Botrivier, Buffeljagsrivier, Caledon, Cape Agulhas, De Hoop, De Kelders, Elgin, Gansbaai, Genadendal, Grabouw, Greyton, Hawston, Heidelberg, Hermanus, Kleinbaai, Kleinmond, Malgas, Onrus, Pearly Beach, Pringle Bay, Riviersonderend, Rooi Els, Sandbaai, Stanford, Suurbraak, Swellendam, Tesselaarsdal, Vermaaklikheid, Vermont, Villiersdorp and Witsand, so whether you prefer to stay in an hotel, cosy B&B or a self catering holiday home, you're sure to find an establishment to suit your requirements.
Elgin to Botrivier Wine Route: Wine Estates & Tastings
Did you know?
There are over 560 wineries in the Cape, divided into 4 main regions: The Breede River Valley, The Little Karoo, Coastal and Olifants River.
wine estates in the western cape
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