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    Explore the top highlights of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl on a day tour from Cape Town

Cape Winelands Private Day Tour

Explore 3 major Cape Winelands regions, Stellenbosch, Paarl & Franschhoek at your pace on this private guided Cape winelands day tour.

This is a day filled with wine tastings, food & wine pairings, breathtaking views, century-old Cape Dutch homes & stroll through vineyards with incredible mountain views.

Discover the safest and easiest way to explore the Cape Winelands. Put yourself in the hands of an expert guide and be taken to the best wine farms in Cape Town. Savour the wines of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek on a guided tour from Cape Town and its surrounds. Meander your way past the rolling hills of the Winelands, admire the century-old Cape Dutch architecture and marvel at the lush green valleys surrounded by jagged mountains along the wine route of Cape Town.

Be prepared for a day filled with wine tastings at three different wineries, food, and wine pairings with local South African flavours, a cellar tour, breathtaking views of the passing scenery, century-old Cape Dutch homes & stroll through vineyards with incredible Table Mountain views. Along the way, see Drakenstein, the prison that once held former President Nelson Mandela.

Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands

Travelling east from Cape Town lies the charming Stellenbosch wine-growing region. Well-known for its high-quality and consistently good wines, this popular wine route has been around since 1971 and excels at producing Bordeaux-style blends along with the award-winning South African signature variety – Pinotage.

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Paarl Wine Route

Paarl Wine Route in the  Berg River Valley is flanked by the impressive Drakenstein mountain range and renowned for its rich, full-bodied, spicy red and crisp white wines but best known for the quality of its Shiraz. However, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinotage, Viognier, and Mourvedre have become increasingly well regarded.

Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands

Franschhoek lies between two mountains, at the head of a steep-sided fertile valley in the Cape winelands, and is often described as the ‘French Corner. Franschhoek is a picturesque little town founded by the French Huguenots in 1688. The popular tourist destination produces all the classic wine varieties with unique blends.

Read more about the Franschhoek wine region and its rich history