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Nestled in lush vegetation, miraculously preserved, the Domaine de La Croix, Cru Classé Côtes de Provence, is the promise of an authentic wine tourism getaway in a gourmet, romantic and wild Provence, where the sweetness of life is second to none. the same. As a bonus: the paradisiacal landscapes of the Saint-Tropez peninsula, its big screen views over a sea …
Going since 1692, Spier is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms, with a fascinating history and a legacy. Today the farm has a modern, conscious energy, focused on art and good farming, Spier is about farm-to-table food and accoladed wines. Its people are committed to living and working in ways that bring positive change to their environment and community.
Schapenberg (Afikaans for ‘Sheep Mountain’) nestles almost in the centre of the embrace of the Hottentots-Holland and Helderberg mountains. Its highest point is 300 metres above sea level and a scant four kilometres from the False Bay coast. It used to be the hill where former Cape Colony Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel grazed his sheep, but it was …
The name “Rouillère” comes from the river that flows in the middle of this property. The property covers nearly 120 hectares , straddling the charming towns of Gassin and Ramatuelle, in the heart of the Saint-Tropez peninsula . Among these hilly lands of forests and rivers, 45 hectares are devoted to the breeding of vines in the greatest respect for …
Klein Constantia is custodian to some of the most historic vineyards in South Africa and, indeed, the world. The unique location, climate and soils of the estate call for the making of terroir-driven wines. We strive to produce wines of high quality that express elements of elegance, minerality and balance. Klein Constantia produces some of South Africa’s top wines, including …
Plaisir de Merle is one of the largest wine farms in the Western Cape at 974 hectares with some 400 hectares under vine. The estate is rife with symbolic elements that tell the story of craft, hardship, family and endurance. At the cellar’s entrance the frieze (or blazon) created by artist Jan Corewijn in 1993, pays tribute to early pioneers …