The Cape Town Wine Route is made up of 32 Wine Farms in and around Cape Town and includes some of South Africa’s top brands such as Groot Constantia, Durbanville Hills, Diemersdal, Klein Constantia, Nitida, Meerendal, Buitenverwachting and Cape Point Vineyards.
There are 6 wards in the Wine of Origin Cape Town district that show a similarity in terroir within a 36km radius of Cape Town City Center. Wineries that are open to the public and part of the Cape Town Wine Route are listed below.
Located in Cape Town’s Picturesque Peninsula, Noordhoek is known for a distinctive terroir known for the production of some of the best Sauvignon Blanc Driven Wines in the World.
Steeped in history, Constantia is the oldest wine producing region in the southern hemisphere with an uninterrupted history of wine making since 1685. The Constantia Valley wine route consists of nine wine farms, each with their own distinctive heritage and premium wines.
The Durbanville Wine Valley consists of twelve wineries resulting in a magnificent range of intense, fruit-driven yet elegant wines, as different from each other as the slopes that create them and the individual personalities who craft them.
The Wineries within the Cape Town Wine Route are all located within 30 minutes from Cape Town’s City Center.
To the South, wine enthusiasts can enjoy picturesque views of vines and the nearby Atlantic Ocean whilst enjoying globally recognised Sauvignon Blanc in Noordhoek. The Constantia Wine Valley is not only steeped in History but is also home to some of Cape Town’s Top Restaurants.
The Durbanville Valley is located to the North West of Cape Town and offers a variety of vineyards to visit, all united in their passion for distinctive, terroir driven wines.