With our world-renowned Cathedral Cellar, amazing history, cutting-edge technology and superb wines
and brandies, we will provide you with a lasting memory of the friendly people, stories and wines that
make our Cape Winelands famous.
Spread over 22 hectares, the KWV cellar complex in Paarl is one of the largest in the World and offers a
broad portfolio of products, including sparkling wines, natural wines, fortified wines, liqueurs and brandies.
Morgenster Estate in Somerset West is situated in the heart of the Western Cape winegrowing region. It is a thriving olive and wine farm, producing Bordeaux-style wines and award-winning extra virgin olive oil and olive products.Read more
Solms-Delta is much more than a wine estate. Located 15km outside the village of Franschhoek in the heart of the Cape Winelands, the magnificent wine estate produces classical wines with a difference… In fact everything about Solms-Delta is different.
In addition to its highly acclaimed wines, Solms-Delta offers a variety of highlights throughout the seasons. Experience picnics all year round in its magical forest, modern Cape cuisine at its renowned Fyndraai restaurant, and an annual…Read more
Vergelegen – no ordinary Estate.
Since 1700 and to this day, Vergelegen (meaning "situated far away"), has been crafted by some of the world's great explorers and visionaries, who each in their own way have helped shape Vergelegen to what it is today: a world-class Estate.
With its world renowned handcrafted wines, 310 year old history and heritage, exquisite and refined cuisine, it comes as no surprise that Vergelegen continues to be the choice of the discerning visitor seeking a…Read more
Our wines are created using classic cultivars of the highest quality. The distinctive vintages that are produced reflect the passion and enthusiasm of the wine-making team at Grande Provence.
The Estate's first flagship wine, The Grande Provence 2004, was launched in October 2007.
The Grande Provence range consists of The Grande Provence, Pinot Noir, Chenin Blanc/Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.Read more
The story of Groot Constantia, the finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture and one of South Africa’s foremost historical monuments and tourist attractions, goes back to 1685.
Mother Nature smiled when she prepared the Constantia Valley for the winemaker. She bestowed on him the influence of the sun, wind, oceans and fertile soil, and then challenged him to plant vineyards and make excellent wines. To this the owners of Constantia have answered positively for more than three…Read more
Comprised of two farms, situated on opposite ends of the breathtaking Franschhoek Wine Valley, Haute Cabrière is something extraordinary. A rich history, a whimsical setting, a seductive approach to wine and a magnetic proprietor ensure that it is a decadent affair for any visitor. The core belief that wine is grown not made makes the farm's ethos incredibly real and intrinsically human. Wine is more than what is in the bottle and it is considered an exceptionally intimate experience.…Read more
Nestled at the foothills of the Simonsberg, in South Africa’s most celebrated Franschhoek wine valley, lies Vrede en Lust. Vrede en Lust is a family owned and managed wine estate.Read more
Uitkyk is one of the onl three extant double-storeyed flat-roofed 18th Century town houses at the Cape.
The manor house, a classical masterpiece in the Georgian Style was completed in 1788, during the tenure of Johan David Beyers, son-in-law of the well known Martin Melck. The timeless appeal of ots design bears a strong similarity to the well - known Melck House in Strand Street, Cape Town, designed by JC herzendosch. However, the design of Uitkyk is often attributed to the famous…Read more
Far from the city and its bustling pace, in the long tall grass of Cape plains, is where Asara, the meeting point of African gods is found. Named to present the harmony between the spirits Astar, Asis and Asase – the Earth, the Sun and the Sky - Asara provides both the weary traveller and the curious pleasure-seeker an extraordinary place of peace.
True to its name and setting, the glorious Asara estate, first founded in 1691, uses Nature as its partner not only when producing…Read more