- Wine tour from Cape Town
- Visit the spectacular Paarl Valley where you can enjoy a wine tasting and cellar tour
- See the beautiful village of Franschhoek
- Walk around Stellenbosh, the second oldest town in South Africa!
- Enjoy this relaxing day out in the wine lover's paradise
Recent Photos of this Tour
WineryPhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 10 2009
honeymoon 201Photo by: SIOBHAN P11 2011
honeymoon 213Photo by: SIOBHAN P11 2011
honeymoon 214Photo by: SIOBHAN P11 2011
honeymoon 215Photo by: SIOBHAN P11 2011
Carved barrelsPhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 10 2009
Chmonix wineryPhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 10 2009
Our minibusPhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 10 2009
FranschoekPhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 10 2009
The tour continues north-west to the beautiful village of Franschhoek. Then it's on to Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa and the historic heart of the country's wine region. The final wine tasting will take place here at one of the well-known estates. (Please note that this tour may run in reverse.) The red grape variety Pinotage is unique to the area, but all the classics are represented here: Shiraz, Chardonnay and Semillon.
You'll have the opportunity to walk around Paarl and Stellenbosch on this tour. With the air scented with sweet grapes and the trees softly swaying in the wind, it is a wine lover's paradise and a truly relaxing way to spend the day!
Reviewed by Emma W, February 2013
Rodney our guide was fabulous and really made our day. He was a great guy to be around and was so informative. We had the most amazing day and learnt so much about the area with a great lunch recommendation and great wine. Couldn't be better.
Reviewed by Stephen T, November 2012
The 3 wineries visited were interesting and informative. Our tour guide filled in the time between the wineries with a good depth of local knowledge and some time to explore the area for ourselves. We would have liked to have spent more time exploring but as it was primarily a wine tour the short time at each location was necessary.