Eagles’ Nest was originally a section of Groot Constantia, the wine supplier to European nobility, established by Simon van der Stel in the late 1600’s. Eagles’ Nest’s history reveals that it operated as a commercial farm producing export fruit, as well as vegetables for the local market, up until the 1960’s. Over time the farm has had a number of owners, since 1984 it has been in the control of the Mylrea family.
Eagles’ Nest features some of the steepest vineyards in the Cape Winelands ranging from 100m – 400m above sea level. The steep terraces are chizzled out of decomposed granite and clay with a high concentration of table mountain sand stone rock.
Quality and consistency is paramount at Eagles’ Nest. Their unique terroir, combined with passionate attention to detail in the vineyards, yields fruit that is crafted into wines which are the epitome of elegance, finesse and complexity.
Taste the full range of Eagles’ Nest Wines at our Tasting Room. Compliment your wine tasting with a platter designed to accompany the wines.
Wine Tastings & Sales available Monday – Sunday from 10h00 – 16h30
Last tastings offered at 16h00 & Kitchen closes at 16h00
Wine Tasting costs R75 per person
Limited to smaller groups only