On the drive back from Robertson, I stopped by at Graham Beck which is my 148th winery visit in South Africa. I have been a few times before but never […]Read More 148 of 800: Graham Beck Cap Classique in Robertson, South Africa
The Blaauwklippen Valley is situated in the famed “golden triangle” area of Stellenbosch which is known worldwide for producing top-quality red wines for its terroir. I visited two private label […]Read More Boutique wineries run by Women in the Blaauwklippen Valley
I arrived in Franschhoek on a cold wintery day, looking for somewhere new to visit and I spotted this little hidden gem called Le Manoir de Brendel. The advert outside […]Read More Tasting older vintages at Le Manoir De Brendel
Oldenburg Vineyards is my 146th wine farm visit in South Africa. This winery is just 8kms from Stellenbosch on the way to Franschhoek in an area called Banghoek. The gravel […]Read More Oldenburg Vineyards in Stellenbosch is a Classy Affair
Maastricht Wines is my 145th winery visit in South Africa. They have recently renovated and opened their new tasting room and so are causing quite a stir in the Durbanville […]Read More Maastricht Wines in the Durbanville Wine Valley has all the Vibes
LovanE Boutique Wines in Stellenbosch is my 144th wine farm visit in South Africa. You can imagine my delight when I found out that they have a Malbec which is […]Read More LovanE Boutique Wines in Stellenbosch has Malbec!
Wildehurst Wines from the small town of Koringberg in the Swartland is my 143rd winery visit in South Africa. This winery is about an hour’s drive from Cape Town and […]Read More Wildehurst Wines in Koringberg is a Country Escape Hidden Gem!
It’s the first varietal based wine route and I was one of the first to experience the brand new Constantia Sauvignon Blanc Route. Available at six estates across the Constantia […]Read More My Experience of the First-Ever Constantia Sauvignon Blanc Route
Vendome Wines in Paarl is my 142nd wine farm visit in South Africa and I was totally surprised to hear that they have been growing grapes since 1692! That’s over […]Read More Vendome Wines in Paarl has been Producing Grapes since 1692
Neil Ellis Wines is my 141st South African wine farm visit. They have a “newish” wine tasting centre in Stellenbosch which is absolutely lovely with incredible views. They didn’t start […]Read More Neil Ellis Wines in Stellenbosch Started out with Just a Cellar
GlenWood Vineyards in Franschhoek is my 140th winery visit in South Africa and it’s about an hour’s drive out of Cape Town. Can you believe that this winery is one […]Read More GlenWood Vineyards in Franschhoek has the Best Sushi and Wine Menu!
Lammershoek Wines is my 139th winery visit in South Africa. I met up with owner, Andreas Abold who is originally from Germany and is now living the South African dream. […]Read More Lammershoek Wines in the Swartland puts the Class in Rural
Ridgeback wines is my 138th winery visit in South Africa. They have recently opened their brand new wine tasting room and I was privilaged to be one of the first […]Read More Ridgeback Wines and their new Tasting Room in Paarl
La Motte in Franschhoek is my 137th winery visit in South Africa. I have actually visited on numerous occasions but never actually counted it as a review. This time I […]Read More La Motte offers the Quintessential Franschhoek Wine Valley Experience
Jasons Hill is my 136th winery visit in South Africa which I stumbled upon during a family vacation to the Breedekloof valley, about a 1.5-hour drive from Cape Town. I […]Read More Jasons Hill in Breedekloof has been Growing Grapes for Six Generations