SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa has some of the most diverse wine growing regions in the world. Each has very unique climatic and terroir differences which result in some fascinating and world class wines. Take a peek into what his country offers.
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Must go to Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands, for some really pretty countryside, great food, and WINE!

Must go to Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands, for some really pretty countryside, great food, and WINE!

South Africa. The wineland around the town Stellenbosch.ca.100 km from Cape Town. Here you see one of many enchanges to a wineyard, where you will be welcome to taste their wine.

South Africa. The wineland around the town Stellenbosch.ca.100 km from Cape Town. Here you see one of many enchanges to a wineyard, where you will be welcome to taste their wine.

Stellenbosch wine farms - South Africa. South Africa has the longest wine route in the world.

Stellenbosch wine farms - South Africa. South Africa has the longest wine route in the world.

vineyards surrounding La Couronne Hotel, Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa | Hoberman Photographic Publishers

vineyards surrounding La Couronne Hotel, Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa | Hoberman Photographic Publishers

South Africa’s Western Cape wine country boasts an agreeable Mediterranean climate and jaw-dropping scenery that make touring a treat. A cluster of vineyards surrounds Simonsberg mountain in the Stellenbosch wine district - an easy drive from Cape Town. Winemakers have called Stellenbosch home for more than 300 years.  by Photo Library source: National Geographic https://www.facebook.com/144196109068278/photos/a.168988406589048.1073741825.144196109068278/263558310465390/?type=3&theater

South Africa’s Western Cape wine country boasts an agreeable Mediterranean climate and jaw-dropping scenery that make touring a treat. A cluster of vineyards surrounds Simonsberg mountain in the Stellenbosch wine district - an easy drive from Cape Town. Winemakers have called Stellenbosch home for more than 300 years. by Photo Library source: National Geographic https://www.facebook.com/144196109068278/photos/a.168988406589048.1073741825.144196109068278/263558310465390/?type=3&theater

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