Cape Winelands Region

Breathtaking natural scenery, longstanding cultural heritage and world-class wine-producing estates characterise the Cape Winelands. It's 18 'official' wine routes, and 2 brandy routes, are among the most scenic in the world. This includes the Route 62 wine route, said to be the world's longest wine route.
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The Goat Tower at Fairview Wine Estate - a farmer in South Africa has built this tower for his goats to live in, acknowledging the fact that goats love to climb.

The Goat Tower - a farmer in South Africa built this tower for his goats to live in, acknowledging the fact that goats love to climb :)

The homestead-Old Nectar, Jonkershoek Valley

The homestead-Old Nectar, Jonkershoek Valley (Stellenbosch area) Cape Dutch-style South Africa

Babylonstoren is a Cape Dutch farm (one of the oldest!) in the Cape Winelands, South Africa, with vineyards and orchards surrounded by the dramatic mountains of the Drakenstein Valley. It has an exceptionally well–preserved werf dating from 1690. A fruit and vegetable garden of botanical diversity supplies a remarkable restaurant.

Babylonstoren is a Cape Dutch farm (one of the oldest!) in the Cape Winelands, South Africa, with vineyards and orchards surrounded by the dramatic mountains.

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Babylonstoren is a stunning boutique hotel in converted Cape Dutch farm buildings set in the Winelands of the Western Cape, South Africa.

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You can't beat wine, mountains, and sunshine during the Cape winter.

Wine country isn’t limited to the hills of Italy, France and California. South African vineyards are producing world-class wine just a short distance from the heart of Cape Town.


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