South Africa’s wine industry began here back in 1685, when Governor Simon van der Stel chose the area for its grape-growing potential and named his farm Constantia. Constantia is the birthplace of the wine farming industry in South Africa. Located just 20 minutes outside of Cape Town’s city bowl, it is breathtakingly beautiful, with vineyard rows that stretch up the eastern slopes of the Constantiaberg mountainside. As you drive through this historical valley, it becomes apparent why the first Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, chose this situation for his farm, Constantia.This Tour is designed for the more serious wine connoisseur and novice alike. Guests are taken on a 4x4 tour through the historic vineyard, where they will enjoy a picnic-bubbly whilst overlooking the beautiful vineyard. Your personalized guide and wine expert will talk you through the wine production process from themoment the grapes come in until bottling! Enjoy a premium tastings and lunch!