Constantia Valley is the oldest wine producing region in the southern hemisphere with an uninterrupted history of winemaking since 1685.

The name Constantia is linked with the most famous wines ever produced in this country and it all began at our very own Groot Constantia. Today the Constantia Wine Route consists of 10 farms, each with their own distinctive heritage and premium wines.

Enjoyed by Napoleon Bonaparte and royalty in the 18th century, the Constantia Wine Route's unique combination of terroir and climate produces some of the world’s finest wines that continue to this day to win accolades and international awards for consistently high standard and quality.

Cradled between the Table Mountain range with its glorious Floral Kingdom and the coastal False Bay area, the perfect microclimate produces World Class Wines distinctive in character and style.

Indulge in wine tasting and cellar tours just 15 minutes from the centre of Cape Town, and buy your favourite tipple directly from the estates.

Beau Constantia

Beau Constantia is a boutique wine farm situated at the top of Constantia Nek overlooking False Bay.

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This beautiful farm on the east-facing slopes of the magnificent Constantiaberg and barely 12km from False Bay.

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Constantia Glen

The youngest wine-producing farm in the Constantia Valley

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Constantia Uitsig

Constantia Uitsig is home to a Wine Shop, Bike park, Blockhouse Kitchen Restaurant and the Heritage Market.

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Eagles Nest

Eagles Nest is cradled in a secluded valley high up on the slopes of the historic Constantia mountain range.

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Groot Constantia

The oldest wine producing farm in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Klein Constantia

Frequently described as one of the world’s most beautiful vineyard locations.

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Steenberg Vineyards

Just 20 minutes from the bustling heart of central Cape Town, Steenberg feels miles from the world.

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Caroline's Fine Wine Cellar

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