Constantia Glen is one of the gems of the Constantia Valley, the home of South African wine. Constantia Glen has an impressive record of consistently achieving 4 – 4½ stars for every wine ever featured in the Platter’s South African Wines guide. Tasting their wines together with a delicious cheese platter, while you enjoy the sweeping views of the vineyards, is an unparalleled pleasure.
Groot Constantia is South Africa’s oldest and best-known wine estate. Constantia stands as a pinion of excellence for the wine industry and is an ideal example for the preservation of the cultural and historical heritage of the country. It is a fully operational farm, which produces and sells a wide range of quality estate wines. It is also one of South Africa’s most visited tourist attractions.
Described as one of the world’s most beautiful wine estates, Klein Constantia is set amidst ancient trees on the upper foothills of Constantiaberg, overlooking False Bay. The perfect location for cool climate wines, it produces some of South Africa’s top wines, including one of the world’s finest natural sweet wines.
German cosiness is the order of the day at this restaurant in its stunning garden setting with a clear view of Table Mountain. The restaurant offers a selection of dishes, from cheese platters to traditional German and South African food. It is child-friendly and even has a special kiddies menu.
Spier is one of the oldest wine farms in South Africa. While rooted in this heritage, Spier has a vibrant and conscious energy. Here award-winning wine is paired with fabulous food, grown either on the farm or supplied by neighbouring farmers. There is also the Eagle Encounter hosted by Spier. You can spend some time at this bird´s rehabilitation centre for eagles, owls, buzzards, hawks and falcons, or take a walk through the craft market. For an African wonderland experience, a visit to Moyo restaurant is a must.
This Wine Estate is a Cape Dutch farm with vineyards and orchards surrounded by the dramatic mountains of the Drakenstein Valley. It has an exceptionally well–preserved werf (a farm homestead and farmyard) dating all the way back to 1690. A fruit and vegetable garden of botanical diversity supplies a remarkable restaurant.
Fairview’s modern winery combines the use of hi-tech equipment with traditional winemaking techniques. Wine lovers are welcome to visit the tasting room, restaurant, creamery, tranquil gardens or its iconic goat tower.