South African wines, a success story worth a voyage

It is only 20 years since we started drinking South African wines. But now we take them for granted. The quality of the cheap wines is reliable. And the more ambitious wines become more and more interesting. This we have noticed since coming here for the first time in 2010. More and more producers are making in exciting wines that are definitely not streamlined. We will visit several of these on our trip. The harvest has just begun but the weather is still summer warm. A perfect time to go on a wine tour to South Africa.

We will go to Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek, Constantia and Hermanus down on the south coast. And, of course, we will do sightseeing in Cape Town and visit the Cape Peninsula with the Cape of Good Hope. South Africa is not only a county of outstanding beauty. It is also a very interesting country to get to know.

The wine tour to South Africa starts in late February.

If you have the time, prolong your stay in South Africa with our fantastic wine tour extension: the safari tour in the Eastern Cape.

Doing some serious wine tasting at a winery

Doing some serious wine tasting at a winery, copyright BKWine Photography

Fresh mussels in a restaurant

Fresh mussels in a restaurant, copyright BKWine Photography

Welcome to Franschhoek

Welcome to Franschhoek, copyright BKWine Photography

Vineyards and mountains in Stellenbosch

Vineyards and mountains in Stellenbosch, copyright BKWine Photography

Facing the leopard

Facing the leopard, copyright BKWine Photography

A very old elephant

A very old African elephant, copyright BKWine Photography

A zebra and a baby zebra

A zebra and a baby zebra, copyright BKWine Photography

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