Wine Estates & Winelands of the Garden Route

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Garden Route Attractions

Garden Route Wine Estates & Winelands

The Garden Route’s official borders are Storms River in the Eastern Cape and Heidelberg in the Western Cape. This is a major part of the stretch between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, along the N2 national road. The Garden Route is aptly named, since it is almost entirely blanketed by lush forests (filled to the brim with ferns), and is flanked by rolling hills and foliaged mountains on one side, and the crisp, clear blue of the Indian Ocean on the other.

The Garden Route produces some fantastic wines. The cool, wet winters and temperate summers (with their own fair share of rains) make for the perfect conditions in which to cultivate a range of red, white and rosé wines. Popular wine farms include Jakkalsvlei Vineyards in the Langeberg Mountains, Bramon Wine Estate in The Crags and Herold Wine in George. Being so centrally situated, these wine farms allow visitors to experience the wonders of the flavours produced in this area without having to travel out of the way. Book tastings and tours in advance to make the most of your Garden Route wining experience. .

De Rust ACCOMMODATION De Rust Accommodation Uniondale Accommodation Uniondale ACCOMMODATION George ACCOMMODATION George Accommodation Wilderness Accommodation Wilderness ACCOMMODATION Sedgefield ACCOMMODATION Sedgefield Accommodation Knysna Accommodation Plettenberg Bay ACCOMMODATION Knysna ACCOMMODATION Plettenberg Bay Accommodation Natures Valley Accommodation Natures Valley ACCOMMODATION Joubertina ACCOMMODATION Joubertina Accommodation Storms River Accommodation Storms River ACCOMMODATION Domein Doornkraal Domein Doornkraal Domein Doornkraal Mons Ruber Winery Mons Ruber Winery Herold Wines Herold Wines Newstead Lund Family Vineyards Newstead Lund Family Vineyards Bramon Wine Estate Bramon Wine Estate Plettenvale Estate Plettenvale Estate Klein Karoo Wine Estates The Goose Wines The Goose Wines
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Garden Route Attractions

Where to Stay in Garden Route

The Garden Route region offers numerous overnighting options, including accommodation in Albertinia, Ballots Bay, Belvidere, Boggomsbaai, Brenton On Sea, Dana Bay, De Vlugt, George, Glentana, Gouritsmond, Great Brak, Harkerville, Hartenbos, Herolds Bay, Hoekwil, Keurboomstrand, Knysna, Lake Brenton, Little Brak, Mossel Bay, Noetzie, Pinnacle Point, Plettenberg Bay, Reebok, Rheenendal, Riversdale, Roodefontein, Sedgefield, Still Bay, Tergniet, The Crags, Thesen Island, Victoria Bay, Vleesbaai and Wilderness, 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.

Garden Route Attractions

Garden Route Wine Route: Wine Estates & Tastings

Wine Tasting at the Bramon Wine Estate

Where: Plettenberg Bay
How much (per person): Price on request

Bramon Wine Estate, is a boutique vineyard of 5ha and is the first and only Estate this far East of the Western Cape, situated 20km East of ... more information

Visit the Trumilk Dairy

Where: Plettenberg Bay
How much (per person): Free to browse

Spend a relaxed afternoon in the Bitou Valley tasting award-winning cheeses and fine Cape wines and liquers at the Trumilk Dairy. The ... more information

Inverroche Distillery

Where: Still Bay
How much (per person): Price on request

INVERROCHE At the scenic confluence of the Goukou River and the vast Indian Ocean, a real gem lies in wait. Inverroche is an ... more information

Plettenvale Estate

Where: Plettenberg Bay
How much (per person): R1 to R100

Plettenberg Bay has now been declared a "Wine of Origin" region and Plettenvale Estate is so excited to be apart of this. Plett has already ... more information

Newstead Lund Family Vineyards

Where: Plettenberg Bay
How much (per person): R1 to R100

The Newstead Vineyards are owned by the Lund Family and are a relatively new vineyard to the long history of wine in South Africa. The ... more information

Cool Bay Wines

Where: Mossel Bay
How much (per person): R1 to R100

Cool Bay is found in a non traditional wine area. You'll find them on the Robinson Pass above Mossel Bay. Carel Nel is the owner and ... more information

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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.

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