Best Wine Tasting in the Cape Town Winelands
Join us on this laid-back, no rush tour through the winelands. You’ll be sampling chocolates, taste some of the finest award-winning Cape wines, see some local art, visit Stellenbosch village museum and so much more.
The tour departs at 08h45 from Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront or your city hotel. We travel along the N1 towards Klapmuts for approximately 45 minutes before we reach the tranquility of the Winelands. Once there we kick the tour off with the perfect cup of coffee or dive straight into some chocolate tasting. DV Artisan Chocolate will be our host for this explosion of taste buds. Not far from here we will enjoy a cheese and wine pairing. This estate makes all it’s own cheeses.
A short meander through this beautiful wine area brings us to Franschhoek, surely the most beautiful village on the wine route.
We are forever exploring new estates with you as there are just so many to see. Some estates are more suited for winter visits and others for summer. Due to small personalised tours it is possible to change itinerary so that clients wine preference can be met.
By now you should of worked up an appetite and the choice is yours to either have lunch at one of the top 10 restaurants in South Africa or something more basic.
If time allows it after lunch, you can go explore and shop at some of the small shops or see sights in the village.
We then travel over Hellshoogte Pass and descend into the world-famous Stellenbosch where we visit the village museum consisting of 4 old period homes of which one is the oldest in Stellenbosch.
Total distance traveled for the day will be ±180km.
- Pick up from V&A Waterfront or your Cape Town City Hotel or Guest Lodge and deliver back at end of day
- Chapman’s Peak toll-fee
- Chocolate tasting, wine tasting at first 2 estates and entry to Stellenbosch Village Museum
- Fridge on board with FREE cold bottled water.
- Lunch ZAR100-300
- Tips and gratuity
- Dress casual with comfortable walking shoes.
- Please ensure to bring warm jacket — weather in the Cape can be unpredictable.
- Sunscreen and hat (summer)