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    Erected in 1789, the stately manor house on Vredenheim, with its exuberant, baroque gables has been declared a national monument. Around the cellar, there is row upon row of ...

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    Cellar tours and the tranquil wine garden ensure that a visit to Neethlingshof is much more than just a wine tasting experience. However, the first impression of this estate that dates back to 1692 ...

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    Granted to the talented craftsman, Gerrit Visser, by Governor Simon van der Stel in 1690, this enchanting farm embraces over 300 years of Old Cape living. Fine wines ...

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    Annandale Rd

    Rust En Vrede estate is a remarkable example of exquisite landscaping. At home and abroad, this Stellenbosch estate has made a name for itself far beyond its modest, but infinitely ...

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    98 Dorp St

    Literally translated as 'Uncle Sam's Store', Oom Samie's is an institution in Stellenbosch and a highly recommended stop-over for anyone touring the Eikestad. Continuing the fine ...

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    Battelary M23

    Hazendal Estate is set in a picturesque valley on the Bottelary road. Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel originally granted it to Christoffel Hazenwinkel in 1699. In 1994 Russian born entrepreneur Dr Mark Voloshin ...

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    Blaauwklippen Road

    Also known as 'the fountain of life', Waterford farm lives up to its reputation in every way. Situated in the tranquil Stellenbosch suburb of Paradyskloof, a visit to Waterford's charming old stone ...

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    Kromme Rhee Rd

    The Malan family has owned the Simonsig Wine Estate since 1953, and is still producing quality wines that rate amongst the best in South Africa. Simonsig is famous for its Kaapse ...

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    Stellenbosch Kloof Rd

    In the family since 1783, Abraham van Velden founded Overgaauw Wine Estate in 1905. Set in the scenic wine-producing region of Stellenbosch, the 130 hectare estate slopes down the hillsides west ...

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    Swiss-owned, the Eikendal Vineyards are situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains in one of the finest wine-growing areas ...