The Western Cape is the second-largest province in South Africa. It’s a place of natural beauty, with lush vineyards and magnificent beaches. The Western Cape also has some of the most exciting wine regions in all of South Africa, making it an ideal destination for wine lovers.
Let us take you on a journey through the five main wine regions in the Western Cape.
These areas produce the majority of South Africa’s best wines, including top end Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot as well as more affordable offerings like Constantia and New World wines.
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A breathtaking wine region within the Western Cape with some of the most majestic mountain ranges framing the valley from all sides.
A unique wine region where two oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic, join each other at the southern tip of Africa to become one.
Home to South Africa’s oldest wine farm and one of the oldest wine producers in the world, Groot Constantia, the Coastal Region offers a blissful tour through wine, history and art.
This little pocket of paradise has some of the most unique plant diversity in the world and supports six different biomes.
The Olifants River (meaning elephant river) is a beautifully unique region within the Western Cape with an old charm.