There’s nothing like sipping on a glass of cold wine on a hot day. Stellenbosch comes alive in the heat of summer so #visitStellenbosch and see why.
Read Cathy’s full post with details on why she loves these farms here.
Danie Cruywen Rugby Grounds
Eerste Rivier at the hanging bridge
Assegaibosch Nature Reserve
Read more about why Ilse van der Merwe loves these summer picnic spots here.
You could spend weeks tasting your way through the winelands, so we’ve got a few suggestions for your tasting schedule this summer:
Dornier Wines for views and delicious food
Fleur du Cap for their unique salt pairing
Kleine Zalze for the wine and golf enthusiast
Spier for the whole family
The House of JC Le Roux for bubbles paired with sweet treats
Tokara for breathtaking views and delicious deli snacks
Warwick Estate for a unique wine safari
Delheim for a cupcake and wine pairing
Middelvlei for a family braai in the sun
Oldenburg where you can book into their stunning luxury villa
Lanzerac for wine tasting coupled with a relaxing spa treatment
Peter Falke for a picnic and wonderful wines
Hiking and cycling through the vineyards is one way to keep the calories at bay while you eat and drink your way through Stellenbosch.
Cycle to award-winning wine farm Waterford for a delicious chocolate and wine pairing at their stunning tasting venue. Contact Adventure Shop for details and to book.
Hike to the beautiful local’s favourite Jonkershoek to see why it’s so popular with Stellenbosch insiders.
This article was originally posted on Stellenblog and is re-published with permission.