Cape Town, South Africa Wine Route

South Africa is serious about their wine - cheers to the longest wine route in…

Helshoogte pass, South Africa

With an agreeable Mediterranean climate and jaw-dropping scenery, wine tasting in is sure to be a treat!

South Africa Wine Country

Definitely agree that South Africa, specifically the Western Cape, is Wine Country.

South Africa Wine Tours

Find information about the options for a wine tour in South Africa, including options along the Constantia wine route.

The Stellenbosch region is home to many of South Africa's top wine producers; Ken Forrester's vineyards are located along the Helderburg Mountains.

Wine Spectator senior editor James Molesworth is back in South Africa, visiting Cape wineries and vineyards for the next two weeks.

Franschhoek, South Africa

Franschhoek - Ah wine, wonderful South African wine! Such a nice town, lovely people, and amazing food!

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Stellenbosch, South Africa - Can't wait to return, Loved the college community and great small town feel.

Wines of South Africa are wonderful!

Hey Vancouver lovers - drop by & Cambie liquor store tomorrow for a FREE Wines of South Africa tasting, Featuring 13 fabulous wines and.

Vergelegen, South Africa

vineyards and mountains stock photography , travel photography and stock images of travel destinations worldwide by award winning travel photographer David Sanger

Dad, you were so right...  plan ahead for an impressive Father's Day wine gift and presentation

plan ahead for an impressive Father's Day wine gift and presentation

Vergelegen, South Africa

The Somerset West skyline is dominated by the Helderberg mountain. The town is actually build "around" or at the foot of the mountain and the Helderberg Nature Reserve.

wine season in Africa

Goal: Weekend trip to Cape Town. Goal: To stay at a wine farm. Stellenbosch is in the winelands of Cape Town South Africa and is so beautiful.

sippin' local by the water

The first South African vineyard was planted in 1655 in the Cape,and in 1659 the first wine was made—a modest 15 liters from Muscadel grapes