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The Cape Winelands is the largest wine producing region in the Western Cape. With a selection of over 200 cellars to choose from, you are guaranteed to taste some of the finest wines in the world. Experience our rich historical and cultural heritage while visiting quaint villages.

Highlights

  • Cape Town Film Studios
  • Van Ryn's Distillery & Brandy
  • Spier Wine Farm
  • The Huguenot Monument
  • Drakenstein Correctional Centre
  • Afrikaans Language Monument
  • Fairview Farm

Itineraries

1st

Time : 09:30

Cape Town Film Studios

Cape Town Film Studios is the first world-class, custom-built, Hollywood style, film studio complex in Africa, and has been rated as the best film studio complex of its kind, in the developing world by international production executives

2nd

Time : 10:00

Van Ryn's Distillery & Brandy

At Van Ryn's visitors experience the luxury and sumptuousness of their internationally award winning range of brandies. You will get the opportunity to see their chateau-style distillery, visitors encounter a quiet, tranquil and very welcoming space.

3rd

Time : 23:00

Spier Wine Farm

The tasting room on the Spier wine farm is an impressive gallery like space, filled with contemporary South African art, with a wine shop selling gifts and craft collectibles, and an expansive deck overlooking a lake and Helderberg

4th

Time : 12:00

Franchshoek

In 1688 French Huguenot refugees began populating the valley, establishing farms and businesses bringing with them their experience in agriculture. The name of the area soon changed to le Coin Français ("the French Corner"), and later to Franschhoek (Dutch for "French Corner")

5th

Time : 13:00

The Huguenot Monument

The heritage is dedicated to the cultural influences that Huguenots have brought to the Cape Colony after their immigration during the 17th and 18th centuries. The monument was designed by J.C Jongens, completed in 1945 and inaugurated by Dr. A.J van der Merwe on 17 April 1948.

6th

Time : 14:00

Drakenstein Correctional Centre

Drakenstein Correctional Centre, formerly Victor Verster Prison is a low-security prison between Paarl and Franschhoek, on the R301 road 5 km from the R45 Huguenot Road, in the valley of the Dwars River in the Western Cape of South Africa. The prison is famous for being the location where Nelson Mandela spent the last part of his imprisonment for being a political terrorist.

7th

Time : 15:00

Afrikaans Language Monument

Is located on a hill overlooking Paarl. Officially opened on 10 October 1975, it commemorates the semi centenary of Afrikaans being declared an official language of South Africa separate from Dutch.

8th

Time : 15:30

Fairview Farm

Fairview is a working farm, housing a collection of micro-businesses all sharing in a common goal – to create artisanal and sustainable produce, with a focus on fine wine and cheese.
  • 3 wine tastings (3rd tasting time permitting) + 1 with cheese
  • Cellar tour.
  • Lunch at Franschhoek is optional and not included in the price.
  • No wine tasting under 18 years.
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    Price R900.00 /Person

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