Our guide to Cape town wine

Cape Town wine has been receiving increasing demand in the last couple of years. Though it is not a wine-growing region per se, Cape Town is surrounded by some of the most prominent wine producing regions of South Africa.

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This city, the legislative capital of the country of South Africa, is also the second most populous city and surely, the most stunning as well. It was voted the best global city in The Daily Telegraph's annual Travel Awards in 2013.

 Cape of Good Hope and Great Wine

A visit to this magnificent city will take you on an interesting journey as you discover some brilliant Cape wine made from Chenin Blanc, Pinotage and other South African cepages. Cape Town is home to Table Mountain, which is a large plateau area that offers a dramatic view of the city’s skyline. Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope are two other prominent landmarks in the city that are sure to take your breath away.

Stroll around the streets of Cape Malay Bo-Kaap and soak in the colourful neighborhood. Indulge in a distinctive cuisine which is an amalgamation of several cultures and food habits. The cultural diversity in Cape Town will help you understand why the country of South Africa is often referred to as the ‘Rainbow Nation.’

With stunning beaches, mountains and national parks present in plenty, this city truly is a wonder worth visiting at least once.

If you believe that beautiful sights like these are better enjoyed with a glass of Cape wine in your hand, contact our local travel expert and book yourself a wine tour of South Africa with the perfect mix of great wine and food, adventure and stunning backdrops.

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