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Altydgedacht

Established in 1698, Altydgedacht Estate is one of the oldest wine farms in South Africa. The farm boasts an unbroken wine making tradition exceeding two centuries and six generations of Parkers as custodians of the fine Durbanville terroir. From the white washed walls to the three hundred year old cellar, the farm has managed to maintain its original charm and character.

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Beau Constantia

Beau Constantia is a boutique wine farm situated at the top of Constantia Nek overlooking False Bay. Vines are planted to an elevation of 350 metres above sea-level on some of the steepest agricultural slopes in the Cape. These lovingly nurtured vines are spoilt with panoramic views of the Stellenbosch and Helderberg Mountain ranges and over False Bay as far as Hangklip.

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Bloemendal

Bloemendal Wine Estate is situated in the fertile Durbanville Wine Valley approximately 30 minutes from Cape Town. It was established in 1702 to provide fresh produce to Cape Town and the Dutch East Indian Company ships travelling on the spice route to and from India.

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Buitenverwachting

Buitenverwachting meaning “Beyond Expectations” forms part of the original Constantia Estate, which was founded by Governor Simon van der Stel. First sold as a 200 morgen sub – division Buitenverwachting changed hands all too often and was finally purchased by the Mueller family in 1980. Imbued with a sense of history, they retraced the roots of Buitenverwachting, restored the historic buildings and established over 30 homes for all staff members working on the 150 hectare estate.

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Canto

Canto wines came about when local owner Marinus Neethling had the opportunity to attain a piece of land in the picturesque Durbanville wine valley. Being an avid wine enthusiast, the quality of vineyards inspired what we have today as Canto boutique winery.

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Capaia Wines

Capaia Wines is situated in the winegrowing region of Philadelphia, 30km North of Cape Town and 10km from the cool Atlantic Ocean. Capaia was established in 1997 by Ingrid Baroness von Essen. Capaia spezialises in the production of world class Bordeaux-blend wines.

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Constantia Glen

Groot Constantia’s revered history tells us how a man’s love of wine established the first wine farm in South Africa. By going back 330 years, we come to understand how 891 morgen of land created the origins of the South African wine industry, and how every owner thereafter contributed to what we know as Groot Constantia today.

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Constantia Uitsig

Constantia Uitsig has a long and rich heritage behind it. But it’s the prospect of what lies ahead that inspires us most. That’s why we’re passionate about sustainability – in all its forms.

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D’Aria Winery

D’Aria Vineyards comprises of two wine farms, namely Doordekraal and Springfield.

The history of Springfield dates back to 1698 when the governor of the Cape first granted this farmland, then known as “Hooge Bergs Vallei” (later “Springfield”), thereby making it one of the oldest and most significant farms, not only in Durbanville, but in what will be known as the greater, modern-day Cape Town.

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De Grendel

From his humble origins as a young farm boy, the vision and foresight of First Baronet Sir David Pieter de Villiers Graaff established the foundations of a family legacy that is carried forward by his great-grandson Fourth Baronet Sir De Villiers Graaff. The historic farm De Grendel, with its sweeping views across Table Bay towards Table Mountain, is home to a family lineage that continues from generation to generation.

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Diemersdal

In 1698 Simon van der Stel granted farmland to free burgher, Hendrik Sneewind. Later, the farm changed hands to Captain Diemer when he married the widow Sneewind, and thus Diemersdal was formally established. An inventory found in an old leather-bound book dating back to 1705 lists 45 wine barrels, a wine press and glass bottles, indicating that wine has been made on the Estate for over three centuries.

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Durbanville Hills

A place where city culture and viticulture connect, Durbanville Hills is located a mere 20 minutes away from the Cape Town city centre, standing proud against the Tygerberg Hills. The winery not only offers a spectacular view of Table Mountain, Table Bay and Robben Island, but also an extraordinary terroir that moderates temperatures, one of the main contributing factors that shape the lively harmonious wines of Durbanville Hills.

Famed for their quality selection of wines and magnificent view of Cape Town and Table Mountain, Durbanville Hills is a popular destination for wine and food lovers alike. Visit the winery to enjoy a range of award-winning wines either in the tasting room or alongside a delectable meal prepared by the culinary team in the restaurant.

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Eagles Nest

Eagles’ Nest is cradled in a secluded valley high up on the slopes of the historic Constantia mountain range, which forms part of the World Heritage Site, Table Mountain. The farm’s origins can be traced back to 1836 when it was used as a refreshment station between the area now known as Wynberg in the east, and the harbour of Hout Bay in the west. In order to make this journey, travellers had to cross the mountain pass, now known as Constantia Neck.

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Groot Constantia

Groot Constantia’s revered history tells us how a man’s love of wine established the first wine farm in South Africa. By going back 330 years, we come to understand how 891 morgen of land created the origins of the South African wine industry, and how every owner thereafter contributed to what we know as Groot Constantia today.

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Groot Phesantekraal

The farm is situated on the north-east side of Durbanville where the sea breeze from the icy Atlantic meets the dry heat of the interior. Blessed with its favourable location, good climate and fertile soil, the farm produces wines of superior quality and singular character. 

The boutique indoor wine-tasting venue finds itself welcoming guests on arrival. The new addition to the old stables is adjacent, and allows for through fare, to the restaurant. Many visitors prefer the informal outdoor tastings which take place on the grassy terrace. 

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Hillcrest Estate

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Klein Constantia

DATING BACK TO 1685 and described as one of the world’s most beautiful wine estates, Klein Constantia is set amidst ancient trees on the upper foothills of the Constantiaberg, with views across False Bay.

The perfect location for cool climate wines, Klein Constantia produces some of South Africa’s top wines, including one of the world’s best natural sweet wines, Vin de Constance.

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Klein RoosBoom

At Klein Roosboom the elements combine in perfect harmony to create the enviable conditions that make our wines so special. Our unique terroir allows each grape variety to be grown in the locale climatic conditions that suite it best. Our South facing slopes are suited to Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. Our wines happily lodge their roots into rich Hutton, Oakleaf and Clovely soils, extracting nourishment from the earth.

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Meerendal

For this 300-year old wine estate, history was made in 1714 when Christina Stans, widow of the first owner, planted 60,000 vines on the rolling hills of Meerendal. Following in her footsteps, Liza Goodwin, cellarmaster and winemaker since 1998, kept this tradition alive.

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Nitida

Although not intentionally award driven, there is no denying the status of this tiny family owned Durbanville cellar.

Strategically we are following a very traditional but personalised approach to making wine. In line with our brand honesty, we don’t try to be clever or practise contrived marketing jargon. We completely believe that beautiful wines come from day to day thoughtful management in the vineyards. So, we spend a disproportionate amount of time checking the small things on a daily basis.

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Signal Gun

Hooggelegen has been in the family for over five generations and is one of the oldest family owned wine farms in the Durbanville area. The size of the farm is 220 hectares of which 95 hectares are under vines. We use a small part of the annual harvest to produce approximately 6500 cases of wine a year.

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Silvermist

Silvermist is a family owned Organic Wine Estate located at the top of the Constantia Valley . The farm falls within the Table Mountain National Park and boasts a wide range of natural Fynbos and Forests. Wild animals and birds are prolific and move freely between the National Park and the farm.

Silvermist’s unique location, aspect and altitude, all combine to create the perfect climate to produce wines of exceptional standards.

Our Organic Vineyards are influenced by ocean breezes during summer ensuring a slow ripening of the grapes. Silvermist’s views are breathtaking, over looking the Longkloof Nature Reserve and the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range to the North and to the East the Constantia Valley, False Bay with the Hottentots Holland Mountains in the distance. 

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Steenberg Farm

The Cape’s first farm, established in 1682, has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Roughly 30 minutes from the bustling heart of Cape Town, Steenberg is a destination steeped in heritage.

Steenberg Hotel & Spa offers exquisite hospitality with spectacular views and plenty of history, all wrapped in understated luxury and discreet, personalised service. Exceptional cuisine at two signature restaurants caters for all tastes, from contemporary dining at Catharina’s Restaurant to more relaxed bistro-style fare and tapas at the popular Bistro Sixteen82.

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