We loved the history and the tour of this ancient wine house. Leave time to enjoy a meal and wine tasting and walking around the area. Great views of Cape Town .
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Came here with my cousins for a big family get together on a Sunday in the restaurant. They don't really do food restaurant style but rather sharing plates of charcuterie, Dutch style flans, bread, cheese and of course wine. However, this makes for a very...More
Cape Town is probably the best city I have visited. It has the amazing Table Mountain and beautiful sea beaches. V & A waterfront is spectacular.
On-site signage just refers to visitor route but gives NO IDEA of the individual places you may want to see or the most appropriate car park for those. Heard same frustration from a number of visitors. Cellar tour itself not exciting but the wine-tasting at...More
I had to kill some time in the area for a few mornings and decided to have breakfast. It was superb!! So took my teenage daughter there and had lunch and again: Superb!! The staff was helpful, the food really incredibly delicious and beautifully presented...More
We had lunch at Jonkershuis Restaurant and then went for a walk in the grounds. A lovely meal served by attentive staff in a fantastic setting following by a glorious walk with breathtaking views. Highly recommended!
We visited this winery as the last part of a Cape Tour with Cape Xstreme, so it was a bit of a bonus that other Cape tours don't include. The tasting is optional but it was so cheap at R80 it had to be done....More
The oldest Winery on the Cape set in the rich fertile foothills of Table Mountain. A feast to your senses is Groot Constancia Winery, it’s a must see, must do experience, Napoleon was amongst their long line of historical customers, the wine was mentioned in...More
Travelled from camps bay to visit this old vineyard. Beautiful grounds, fields full of green vines and roses at the edge. Very knowledgeable tour guide, gave us an overview of wine making and the history of the vine yard, which was fascinating. She answered all...More