South Africa’s spectacular vineyards cover 140,000 hectares mainly produced in the Western Cape region, which is influenced by a Mediterranean climate and its proximity to the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. The Cape Winelands stretch from the mountainous region, and multi-directional slopes of the coastal region to the open plains of the Klein Karoo. Most of the vineyards are situated in the Western Cape near the spectacular coast, other principal regions including the Coastal Region, Klein Karoo, Cape South Coast, Olifants River, and Breede River Valley. The main hubs are located in the Stellenbosch and Paarl districts. South Africa’s wine country is some of the most striking and dramatic, featuring verdant green pastures that contrast with the stunning topography of the country. Wine lovers will be spoilt for choice with an abundance of exceptional wines of varying styles on offer, modern cellars, legendary wineries, fantastic dining experiences, and spectacular scenery for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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