Wine farms

Living in Cape Town, itís difficult not to be drawn into the world of wine. Being from Zimbabwe I have to confess that I am more of a beer and cider drinker, but lately I am turning more to wine (especially in winter).  To be honest, I also donít know that much about wine, apart from the fact that if I think it tastes good, then it Ďs good. What I really enjoy however, is a wine farm with character or an estate thatís beautiful to look at and has other things to do too, like these ones:

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Zandvliet Wine Estate
This Shiraz-producing wine estate in the Robertson Wine Valley offers stylish wine-tasting and fun wine blending experiences, along with showcasing local art in their underground wine cellar. Read more

33 reasons to visit Groot Constantia
South Africaís oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia in Cape Town, is celebrating its 333rd year of uninterrupted wine production! In a toast to this achievement, here are 33 reasons why you should visit this historic wine farm. Read more

Highlands Road Estate, Elgin
Itís adorable, pet-friendly, child-friendly, the food is delicious, there's award-winning wine and you can have a swim in the dam! I urge you to pack your swimming costume, the dog and the kids into the car and enjoy a day here. Read more

The House of J.C. Le Roux, Stellenbosch
The House of J.C. Le Roux makes for a fun day out (preferably with the girls) in the Stellenbosch winelands, where you spend the day feeling frightfully posh while you quaff MCC and enjoy a good meal. Accompanied by plenty of giggling, no doubt! Read more

Signal Gun Wines, Durbanville
Award-winning wine, craft beer, an affordable menu with great specials, canon-firing, game drives and possibly the best wood-fired pizza in the Durbanville Valley - all served with a view! Whatís not to love? Read more

Muratie Wine Estate, Stellenbosch
Historically known as the first producer of Pinot Noir , Muratie Wine Estate in Stellenbosch has some interesting stories behind their wines, including an illicit love affair, a socialite who lived to party, an artist and his muse and a barefoot winemaker amongst others. Read more