Things To Do in Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands region is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Delheim Cellar

Where? Stellenbosch
Delheim is situated in the Simonsberg region and is owned by ‘Spatz’ Sperling and his family. Its origins go back to the 1930s when Hans Otto Hohsenhein and his wife Deli bought it; hence the name Delheim. ...

Hoopenburg Wine Estate

Where? Klapmuts
The German Schmitz family established Hoopenburg estate which happens to be the only wine estate in the country where bush vines form 100% of the vineyard. Only quality juice is extracted once grapes are ...

Simonsig Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
In 1688 French Huguenot Jacques Malan arrived in the winelands and signalled the beginning of a journey for the Malan family. The late Frans Malan, one of South Africa’s wine industry pioneers, introduced ...

Blueberry Hill Winery

Where? Franschhoek
The boutique winery of Blueberry Hill can be found on the slopes of Middagkrans Peak, in the village of Franschhoek. The grapes grown thrive in the clay soils perfect for Merlot and are hand sorted to ensure ...

La Petite Provence Wine Company

Where? Franschhoek
The estate of La Petite Provence originally formed past of the grand La Provence wine farm and like most estates in Franschhoek owe it’s legacy to that of the 17th century French Huguenots who settled here ...

Hout Street Gallery

Where? Paarl
The Hout Street Gallery was established in 1975. From small beginnings, it has grown to be the foremost of its kind in the Western Cape, showcasing works by both established and new South African artists. The ...

Perdeberg Winery

Where? Paarl
Jan Rossouw was the first farmer in the region to suggest growing their own wine and in 1942 Perdeberg Winery pressed their first grapes manually. It is situated on the slopes of the Perdeberg Mountain (Horse ...

L’Avenir Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Describing itself as “proudly South African with a touch of French flair”, French-owned L’Avenir Estate, situated in an area of the Stellenbosch winelands known as the 'golden triangle', remains committed to ...

Glenelly Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Led by a French Madame who brings years of Bordeaux winemaking experience and French finesse to the wines, Glenelly Estate is elegant and classic. Glenelly lies in the Idas Valley just before the Helshoogte ...

Drakenstein Lion Park

Where? Paarl
The Drakenstein Lion Park is a Sanctuary for captive born predators. Drakenstein Lion Park was established in 1998 to provide lions in distress with sanctuary, where they could live in safety, free from abuse ...

Jordan Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
The dynamic duo, Gary and Kathy Jordan, took over a farm with a 300 year history from his parents Ted and Sheelagh. His parents purchased it in 1982 and began replanting grapes of a classic variety to suit ...

La Motte Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
The farm was first granted to German, Hans Hattingh and later bought by French Huguenot, Pierre Joubert in 1709 who named it after the Provence village he was born in, La Motte d’Aigues. The first 4000 wines ...

Franschhoek Village Market

Where? Franschhoek
The Franschhoek Village Market is an in season market set up outside under the trees at the Dutch reformed Church on Huguenot Road. Come and sample the tasty treats on offer and purchase fabulously fresh ...

Spier Wine Centre & Shop

Where? Stellenbosch
The Wine Centre is housed in an original Dutch gabled barn dating back to 1750 and it’s where wines from over 175 local wine estates, including our own, are stocked. Spier offers a selection of formal wine ...

Quoin Rock Winery

Where? Stellenbosch
Quoin Rock got its name from Quoin Point in the Agulhas region which happens to be the second most southerly point of Africa after Cape Agulhas. When the owner of the two farms, Doug Murdoch and winemaker ...

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