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Cape Town

Cape Town

The Wine of Origin district of Cape Town, introduced in 2017, is located around Cape Town, in the famous Coastal Region. The Cape Town district has four wards: Constantia, Philadelphia, Hout Bay and Durbanville. 

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Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch

The Stellenbosch district is, like many other important wine districts in the Western Cape, in the famous Coastal Region, the wide coastal strip to the north and also to the south of Cape Town. Stellenbosch is not only the name of South Africa's most famous wine region, but also of the oldest city in South Africa, after Cape Town. 

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Walker Bay

Walker Bay

Walker Bay is a region on the south coast of Western Cape that includes six wards, including Bot River and the three parts of Hemel-en- Aarde (Valley, Upper and Ridge). The vineyards are mostly situated in river valleys (from the Botrivier, the Onrusrivier and the Kleinrivier) and not far from the Atlantic Ocean; cooling sea winds play an important role.

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Franschhoek Valley

Franschhoek Valley

Franschhoek Valley is, like many other important wine districts in the Western Cape, located in the famous Coastal Region. 

It is a picturesque valley that is largely surrounded by the mountains of Great Drakenstein, Franschhoek and Wemmershoek, which reach serious heights (up to more than 1700 meters). Only towards the northwest, the valley of the Mountain River opens towards Paarl.

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Olifants River

Olifants River

The wine growing region Olifants River is one of the most northerly wine regions in South Africa's Western Cape. The area stretches for a length of no less than 145 kilometers, from Lutzville in the north to Citrusdal in the south. Because mesoclimates and soils differ considerably, there are very different terroirs to be found and a great diversity of wines can be made. The cool climate areas close to the coast, such as the ward Bamboo Bay where our winery Fryer's Cove is located, are for example very suitable for sauvignon blanc white wines. More to the east, inland, there is an elevated ward called Piekenierskloof in the mountains of Citrusdal.

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Paarl

Paarl

Paarl is located north of Stellenbosch and is one of South Africa's most important wine regions. Here are a number of prestigious wine producers and progressive coperatives. It is a very varied area with mountain ridges and valleys. 

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Swartland

Swartland

The Swartland district is located in the warmer north of the famous Coastal Region, the wide coastal strip to the north and also to the south of Cape Town. Jan van Riebeek called this large area ‘the black land’, which got its name from the renoster forest, a native plant that colors the landscape black after rain (especially in winter).

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Western Cape

Western Cape

The Western Cape is home to the majority of the South African wine industry, and the country's two most famous wine regions, Stellenbosch and Paarl. The city of Cape Town serves as the epicenter of the Cape Winelands, a mountainous, biologically diverse area in the south-western corner of the African continent.

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