Wine farms of the Cape

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The wine routes bring back memories, and almost from the day my baby was born, 25 July 2005 she experienced some of the best the Cape has to offer. The Spier wine estate in Stellenbosch is beautiful with it's rolling lawns, and relaxing lake. The cheetas visit and the wild birds are a true bonus before being transitioned into a trult African world at the cuisine delights of Moyo. It is pricey but beyond worth the experience .. Oh yes and the wines were great too.

The proximity to the other wine farms helps and we manage to get a really inexpensive case or two at some of my favourite wine farms.

Franschhoek holds it's own delights and my wife got there 7 times last year with encpsulation of mountains, lush green trees and a peace of heaven what more could one want other then a wine in the hand and your love at your side. We stayed at Sep se Plek an inexpensive but beautifully located quaint cottage that was spaceous and not too pricey. And we got to experience half a dozen festivals ther too ...

And so many other delights around the Cape wine farms.

We,ve been to Durbanville, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Robertson, Franschhoek and Wellington wine routes and are still discovering more ...

hummingbird50 says:
Now that sounds like fun...will being touring the wineries this year on the island:) Have a great day.
Posted on: Apr 08, 2008
nlpmodel says:
What a delight
Posted on: Apr 08, 2008
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