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It's Time To

Go Wellington

Go Further. Go off the beaten track. Go Wellington. This is the invitation of the revitalised Wellington Wine Route.

Located just over an hour’s drive from the Mother City, Wellington is one of the Cape Winelands’ most undiscovered gems.

With a heritage that stretches back to the late 1800s, the community has been built on the values ​​of the church and the skills of the French Huguenots, who first came to settle here.

Back then, Wellington was home to some of the country's leading wagon makers - the last stop before the rest of the country was explored - but today it is a destination where you want to linger longer and explore.

A mystical world where dragons may rise from the mist on the slopes of the Drakenstein Mountains; should you believe in myths.

Wellington Wine Route is home to some of South Africa’s most well-known wineries, all of which have a long history of producing distinctive wines thanks to the region’s favourable Mediterranean climate, unique terroir and ancient soils.

These producers carry a proud winemaking tradition - whether it is in a 200-year-old Cape-Holland wine cellar or a modern tasting room, the values ​​remain authentic and proudly South African.

This proud, centuries-old, tradition of craftsmanship can be tasted in every bottle of wine, and with a variety of white and bubbly as well as deeper, fruitier red wines that falls softly on the palate, Wellington offers something for every taste.

Go Wellington and let the dragons and mist and wine of Wellington enchant you.


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