Cellar Tours

Seven Springs Vineyards

Seven Springs Vineyard is a premium wine producer, situatedon the R320 Hemel en Aarde Valley road, between the seaside town of Hermanus and the spa town of Caledon, in the picturesque Western Cape, South Africa. The vineyard nestles between Shaws Mountain to the north and the Teslaarsdal Mountain Range to the south, with Walker Bay and the Atlantic Ocean beyond these mountains. It is this oceanic influence, coupled with our shale derived soils, known locally as Bokkeveld Shale, that gives our vines the potential to produce exceptional grapes from both north and south facing vineyards.

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Die Bergkelder

Welcome to the characterful Die Bergkelder Wine Centre in Stellenbosch is the proud Home of Fleur Du Cap wines, offering wine lovers one of the most rewarding wine experiences in the Cape.

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Klawer Wine Cellars

Klawer is approximately 300km north of Cape Town on the N7and 60km from the coastal Town of Strandfontein. It’s also a central point from where places like Vredendal, Lutzville, Vanrhynsdorp and Clanwilliam can easily be reached. Klawer is also ideally suited as a stopover to or from Namibia.

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Wandsbeck Wines

The original farm Wandsbeck dates back to the early 1800’s, but winemaking only started in 1965. The first families to live on this land were the Watermeyer’s & Erasmus’s. Apparently their ancestors came from Wandsbek in Germany, thus they named their farm Wandsbeck as a token of respect to their heritage.

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Jordan Wine Estate

Gary and Kathy Jordan have been making world-class wines at this top wine estate since 1993 on a farm with a history going back over 300 years. Together this husband and wife team is a phenomenon. Gary’s parents, Ted and Sheelagh, bought the 146 hectare Stellenbosch property in 1982, and embarked on an extensive replanting programme, specializing in classic varieties suited to the different soils and slopes.

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Morgenhof Wine Estate

The illustrious Morgenhof Wine Estate is situated on the slopes of the Simonsberg Mountains outside of Stellenbosch, and about 30 minutes drive from Cape Town. This area is renowned for the high quality of its grapes and the distinctive terroir is reflected in the character of its exceptional wines.

Owned by Anne Cointreau, Morgenhof Wine Estate dates back to 1692, and consists of 213 hectares of which 78 are under vines, producing approximately 35000 cases of wine a year.

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Doran Vineyards

Winery at the foot of the Paardeberg - Doran Wines, Horse Mountain Wines, Rosie D, & Rainbow Lady - Voor-Paardeberg

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Vergelegen Wine Estate

Founded on 1 February 1700, Vergelegen (meaning "situated far away"), has been under the ownership of some of the world's great explorers and visionaries, each of whom, in their own way, have helped shape Vergelegen to what it is today: a world-class Estate.

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Solms-Delta Wine Estate

The South African roots of world-renowned neuroscientist Professor Mark Solms brought him back home in 2002 to revitalise the historic Delta wine estate … and to fundamentally rethink Cape wine-making traditions in the process.

Solms assumed custodianship of the 320-year-old estate with a vision that went much deeper than re-establishing its vineyards and cellars. He also wanted to do something about the legacy of his European forebears (who had settled in the Cape six generations before) and thereby address the pressing social and economic problems facing South Africa today.

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Rickety Ridge Winery

Shadowed by the Dassenberg mountains, the mild Franschhoek valley is the perfect canvas for winemaker Wynand Grobler to create a portfolio of outstanding Franschhoek wines. The flagship range, Paulina’s Reserve, proudly bears the name of original owner, Paulina de Villiers.

The flagship, a king among South African red wines, is The Bridge Cabernet Sauvignon. This distinctive South African wine, as well as the renowned Paulina's Reserve and Rickety Bridge classic range, have received several accolades at South Africa wine shows and around the world.

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