Stretching across the scenic Paarl Valley, the wine route is home to a diverse array of wineries, each with its own distinct character and offerings. From family-owned estates to larger vineyards, there is a wide range of choice here. What sets the Paarl Wine Route apart is its rich history. Dating back to the 17th century, this region boasts some of the oldest wine estates in South Africa. Imagine wandering through ancient cellars, tasting wines that have been crafted for generations, and hearing tales of winemaking pioneers. But it's not just about history – the wines here are world-class. From bold reds to crisp whites and elegant sparkling varieties, there's something for everyone. There are a bunch of really cool spots to check out in Paarl, from an Alpaca Farm to a legendary farm of Roaming Goats & cheese. And I'm here to share them with you. Happy Reading 🥂🍷
Cheese-lovers will be happy to visit the decadent Dalewood shop in the Cape Winelands where you can purchase organic cheeses and other dairy products.
Discover Plaisir Wine Estate with its blend of history, fine wines, and scenic beauty in the heart of the Cape Winelands.
Experience the charm of Fairview Wine Estate, where a chill vibe meets tasty cheese and wine pairings, all with some friendly goats around.