Explore South African Wine Routes
Explore South Africa's twenty-three wine routes with our insider guide and tailor-make your next winery visit here. Travel to the place of origin to learn more about South African wine, to uncover regional secrets and simply to slow down and enjoy life's special moments.
Heard It Through The Grapevine
Heritage Month Weekends at Nederburg
This Heritage Month, the team at Nederburg’s The Manor in Paarl invite you to enjoy a traditional braai with them. Think warmer weather, smoking coals, family, friends and good times...Read More
Insider Tips on Top Plett Stays
Plettenberg Bay is a world-class holiday destination boasting six internationally recognised Blue-Flag beaches, a huge choice of activities from diving with seals, hiking, MTB, and birding trails to exploring the areas’ wine farms.
And when it comes to accommodation, Plett offers a wide variety of accommodation from unadulterated luxury to glamping and even a stay in a heritage building. Elaine King, a Plett local and accommodation aficionado, scouted some top stays for us.
Six ways to enjoy Worcester Cab
The world celebrates Cabernet Sauvignon Day on September 3. Clifford Roberts highlights Worcester as an area to explore an alternative expression of the variety.
The Worcester wine region has become a champion of Chenin Blanc. So much so that it isn’t popularly associated with Cabernet Sauvignon as much as it once was. To disregard it completely however, is to make a serious mistake.
The Most Spectacular Gardens in South Africa’s Winelands
Spring and Summer in South Africa is the ultimate time to hit the road in search of gorgeous gardens. From the natural splendour of the Namaqualand wild flowers, to perfectly manicured wine estates, and the national treasures of botanical gardens in between.
Our wine routes and valleys play host to a vast variety of gardens that can be experienced in many different ways.