Autumn coloured tree lined avenue between Bilton Wine Estate and Rust & Vrede Wine Estate on the Annandale Road - Lynedoch -  Stellenbosch - Western Cape  - South Africa. http://www.biltonwines.com/TastingRoom.aspx  - Telephone:  +27 21 881 3072 #Bilton #RustenVrede #wineestate

Autumn coloured tree lined avenue between Bilton Wine Estate and Rust & Vrede Wine Estate on the Annandale Road - Lynedoch - Stellenbosch - Western Cape - South Africa. http://www.biltonwines.com/TastingRoom.aspx - Telephone: +27 21 881 3072 #Bilton #RustenVrede #wineestate

Bilton "Sir Percy" classic Bordeaux-style wine

Bilton "Sir Percy" classic Bordeaux-style wine

Bilton Wines - Stellenbosch - South Africa - You can savour the irresistible tastes of rich Belgian chocolate perfectly paired with their acclaimed wines. The first vines was planted in 1726. Their cellar selection include: Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Merlot, Pinotage, and Cabernet Sauvignon. For more info: http://www.biltonwines.com/TastingRoom.aspx

Bilton Wines - Stellenbosch - South Africa - You can savour the irresistible tastes of rich Belgian chocolate perfectly paired with their acclaimed wines. The first vines was planted in 1726. Their cellar selection include: Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Merlot, Pinotage, and Cabernet Sauvignon. For more info: http://www.biltonwines.com/TastingRoom.aspx

Whether you are pairing a delicate white chocolate with Biltons 2011 Sauvignon Blanc or a full flavour dark chocolate with our Cabernet Sauvignon 2008, there are a few pairing tips to keep in mind.

Whether you are pairing a delicate white chocolate with Biltons 2011 Sauvignon Blanc or a full flavour dark chocolate with our Cabernet Sauvignon 2008, there are a few pairing tips to keep in mind.

Mark BIlton, owner of Bilton Wines, with his winemakers Rudi de Wet and Elizma van der Mescht, with guest Emile Joubert (left)

Mark BIlton, owner of Bilton Wines, with his winemakers Rudi de Wet and Elizma van der Mescht, with guest Emile Joubert (left)

Bilton’s intriguing history can be traced back to 1694, when the farm, Bonterivier, as it was then known, was granted by Governor Simon van der Stel to Willem Jansz van de Werelt. Today, more than three centuries later, the surname of the first owner has taken on a significant new meaning. Van de Werelt means “of the world” and in recent years, the fine wines produced on this progressive wine farm have indeed become sought-after by wine lovers across the world.

Bilton’s intriguing history can be traced back to 1694, when the farm, Bonterivier, as it was then known, was granted by Governor Simon van der Stel to Willem Jansz van de Werelt. Today, more than three centuries later, the surname of the first owner has taken on a significant new meaning. Van de Werelt means “of the world” and in recent years, the fine wines produced on this progressive wine farm have indeed become sought-after by wine lovers across the world.

The Bilton Wines cellar is a gravity fed cellar with a current capacity of 100 tonnes, which is relatively small in relation to other Stellenbosch farms. The 100 tonnes of grapes are hand selected for our wines and ensure that only the best quality grapes are used from the harvest.

The Bilton Wines cellar is a gravity fed cellar with a current capacity of 100 tonnes, which is relatively small in relation to other Stellenbosch farms. The 100 tonnes of grapes are hand selected for our wines and ensure that only the best quality grapes are used from the harvest.

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