Windmeul Co-op Wine Cellar was established in 1944 and presses an average of 13,000 tons of grapes annually. This stock is ... More
Windmeul Co-op Wine Cellar was established in 1944 and presses an average of 13,000 tons of grapes annually. This stock is received from a wide area, stretching from Agter-Paarl, Wellington and Paardeberg to Malmesbury. Presently, wines are mainly sold to SFW (Stellenbosch Farmers Winery), though small quantities are available directly from the cellar. Stormy Cape Chenin Blanc, which is sold to restaurants in England, is the only export product of Windmeul Co-op Wine Cellar Limited, at present.
As a satellite of the South African Cultural Museum , this museum features exhibits on the Cape Town Muslim community
and historical insight into the city's diverse inhabitants. The museum is situated in a restored home of the historic ...
The Cape Town Tourism Information Centre is located in the heart of the city, a quick stroll from Greenmarket Square.
It is spacious and well laid out with an impressive assortment of brochures as well as maps, magazines, and ...
Meerlust is one of South Africa's most famous wine estates. The first owner of the farm was Henning Huising, an
early German immigrant who became a very wealthy cattle and sheep farmer in the colony. The farm was granted ...