• Cape Winelands has been producing fine wines and wineries in South Africa have won many awards for their world-class wine farms in Cape Town. Man is smelling wine and soaking in the wine tasting
    Savour the moment

    Small group tours are personal and immersive.

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    Cape Town Wine Tours

    Tasting Cape Town wine is a personal experience

  • Discover Cape Dutch Architecture
    Discover Cape Dutch Architecture

    A world class wine and historical experience

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    Full Bodied Red Wines

    Taste and see the Cape Wines are good

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    Wine tasting in Cape Town

    Cape Town Vineyards are impressive.

Fully Guided Constantia Wine Route Tour

Spend a full day exploring the overflowing and lush green valleys of the Constantia Wine Route. Uncork the rich history of Cape Town wine alongside an expert guide. Discover the wines and stories from the oldest wineries in South Africa. Our world-class experience will connect you to three of the best wine estate in Constantia.

Start a satisfying journey along the Constantia wine route and  discover the oldest wineries in South Africa. Explore a 333 year old wine farm. Wonder your way through the historic Museum, taste five best-in-class wines and see cultural and historical collections of artefacts.

Next, embark on a thrilling 4x4 off-road journey that will take you up to the top of the mountainous vineyards. End off with an unforgettable wine tasting in natures perfect setting.

Continue along the Constantia wine route and taste some of the finest Cape wines in a historic wine cellar. At each wine estate in Constantia, you'll have the opportunity to buy wine that is lovingly made in Cape Town.


  • Discover the oldest wineries in Cape Town.
  • Premium Cape wine tastings at all stops.
  • Enjoy an off-road vineyard and wine safari.
  • Scenic walk in the vineyard.



The start of a grape escape

A day trip from Cape Town to Constantia Winelands

The start of a great tour begins with a morning collection in Cape Town. 
Alongside your expert guide, you'll begin this world class journey, and head into the lush green valleys of Constantia along the oldest wine route in Cape Town.

As we enter Groot Constantia Wine Estate, you'll see the century old oak trees lining the avenue that leads us up to the heart of the estate, the grandeur, 17th century - Cape Dutch Homestead. You'll have the chance to explore the 333-year-old wine estate, wonder through the historic Museum, walk through rows of vineyards, taste five delicious wines and see cultural and historical collections of artefacts.


Next Cape Town Wine Farm

Off road safari through the Vineyard

Get to know more about the Klein Constantia Estate and their award winning Cape wines. The journey up the vineyards is conducted in an off road open top game viewer and you'll end off this spectacular experience with a delightful wine tasting in nature.

Heading to a dreamy Winery in Cape Town

A fond favourite with the locals

Next, and not far from here, we'll wind our way through the Cape vineyards route to the iconic, family run Buitenverwachting Wine Estate. The Wine Tasting experience is experienced in the historic wine cellar with it’s traditional thatched roof, whitewashed walls and rare yellow-wood ceilings.

End with a late afternoon drop-off at your Cape Town accommodation.

Good to know:
During a wine tasting, your host will greet you with different samples of wine.

The host will typically start with the white wines, then the red wines and end off with a sweeter tasting wine.

The host will pour the samples and describe both the smell and the taste.
Holding your glass up to the light, you'll notice the color. A bright, clean color signifies the quality. Tilt the glass slightly to the side. Younger wines will maintain uniform color throughout, while older wines will lose their colouring and become translucent close to the rim.

Your host might remind you of the five basic steps in tasting wine which is: color, swirl, smell, taste, and savor. These are also known as the "five S" : see, swirl, sniff, sip, savour.