Plan to visit some wine farms?
Most of the wine farms in Stellenbosch and surrounds are quite large and are located approximately 7-10 kilometers between each other. If you are planning to visit a few farms or wineries here are some of the best ways to do it.
Hire a car and drive yourself (Don't forget a driver)
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The Bergkelder was built in 1968 into the Papegaaiberg, from which it derives its name. The cellar was the first mountain cellar in the country and was named after the annual clay pigeon shoot, held to commemorate the birthday of Governor Simon van der Stel in the late 1700s.
Situated just 8km from Worcester on the R43 to Villliersdorp, Aan de Doorns is one of the larger cellars in the Worcester region. A highly respected name in the wine making world of South Africa, Aan de Doorns Cellar was establishe in 1955. The cellar's forward-thinking and the ability to shift their goals always further has produced a success formula in excellent vineyard practice and quality wine making.
As one of the oldest vineyard in the Cape, the Allee Bleue Estate lies in a picturesque location in the Franschhoek Valley - an area with a distinct French influence. Snow-white, thatched buildings are surrounded by vineyards, orchards and fragrant fields of herbs and lavender.
Travel to the heart of the Riebeek Valley in the Swartland for a day of wine tasting, splendid views and a meal with family and friends.
The Estate's sound reputation for producing world-class red wines can be ascribed, in part, to its excellent terroir. It is no coincidence that the area is known, locally, as the Golden Triangle.
Established in 1698, Altydgedacht Estate is a family farm where long standing traditions and modern methods blend to create wines of quality and character. Altydgedacht is one of the historic farms established on the fertile slopes of the Tygerberg and has been in the Parker family since 1852.
Amani Vineyards is located on the southern slope of Kanonkop, the tallest of the hills to the west of Stellenbosch. Our vineyards are graced by the ocean breezes of False Bay to the South, the Atlantic to the West and is one of the coolest regions in the Stellenbosch area.
Breathtaking views of Table Mountain, the Cape Point, False Bay and the mountains to the east and north provide a panorama that is awe inspiring.
The history of Annandale Wine Estate traces back to the founding of South Africa. Annandale is the oldest farm in the Helderberg Valley.
From its home base on historic L’Ormarins wine farm beneath the jagged peaks of the Groot Drakenstein mountains in Franschhoek.
At Arabella we have a very simple objective: we endeavour to make the best wine possible. Achieving this goal is our passion.
The name Asara is derived from the names of the African gods of Earth, Sun and Sky - Astar, Asis and Asase - expressing the harmony in nature's elements which is reflected in our range of wines.
Audacia is a 32 hectare wine farm in a very special area of South Africa's prime vine growing and winemaking region, Stellenbosch.
Avontuur Estate, home of Fine Wines and Fast Horses, nestles against the Helderberg between Stellenbosch and Somerset West. Visit us on the Stellenbosch Wine Route for wine tasting, wine sales and a bite to eat in our deli-style restaurant.
Simply put, if you find our wines easy to drink and, above all, enjoyable, then we have been successful. The philosophy of Backsberg remains that of providing pleasure and enjoyment to a broad range of wine lovers by producing wines not only with structure and finesse, but with a high level of drinkability.
Since its establishment in 1951, winemakers, members of the cellar and viticulturists at Badsberg have been committed to the production of quality wines year after year. This dedication together with modern cellar equipment enables Badsberg's team to produce a range of quality wines that regularly receive national and international awards.