Celebrate with South Africa’s most generous wine route: the Breedekloof Wine Valley!
The Breedekloof Wine Route, situated just 1 hour from Cape Town, has become a popular destination for wine enthusiasts who enjoy making unique wine-drinking discoveries. Along its route of friendly, open and generous tasting rooms, the Breedekloof Wine Valley has an almost exclusive focus on wine and winemaking and has become home to the country’s most celebrated wines. Collectively, wineries in the Valley boast an impressive collection of top winemaking awards – from the country’s – and the world’s – most competitive wine competitions.
In recognition of a benchmark year for the Breedekloof Wine Valley, its wineries will be celebrating 2016 with a month of festivities. From November 15th to December the 17th, visitors to the picturesque Breedekloof Wine Valley will encounter the true generosity of its people, as each of the wineries will host and spoil visitors with a range of activities, which include picnics, delicious food offerings, unique food and wine pairings, craft beer and gin tastings, lucky draws and more. Of course visitors will be poured unique and award-winning wines from the wineries’ cellars where they will be able to enjoy these in what is definitely one of South Africa’s most dramatically beautiful wineland settings. During this period all wineries will offer free wines with purchases of 12 bottles of wine and more, with additional activities offered by the various cellars. Visitors who would like to plan their itinerary to include a visit to the Breedekloof Wine Valley during the ‘Celebration Month’ between 15 November and 17 December can get in touch with the Breedekloof Wine Valley Tourism Office by contacting email@example.com or 023 349 1791. Visitors who buy two bottles of Deetlefs wine will receive the cheaper one for free, those who buy six bottles of wine will get a bottle of the Estate’s popular Stonecross Rosé 2015 for free. Groups will also be treated to special group tastings at R50 per head – bookings essential by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 023 349 1260