The Best Vineyards In South Africa To Visit In 2023

South Africa is renowned for its stunning landscapes, diverse cultures, and a rich tapestry of history. However, it’s also gaining international recognition for its thriving wine industry, which is steadily becoming a symbol of the country’s excellence in winemaking. South African wineries are nestled in some of the most picturesque regions of the world, producing a wide array of exquisite wines that reflect both tradition and innovation.

  1. A.A BADENHORST

  2. ATARAXIA

  3. CREATION

  4. GABRIELSKLOOF

  5. NEWTON JOHNSON

  6. STARK – CONDE

  7. STEENBERG VINEYARDS

  8. WELTEVREDE ESTATE

  9. CAPAIA WINES

  10. VERGELEGEN ESTATE

  11. BOSCHENDAL

  12. WATERFORD ESTATE

  13. DELAIRE GRAFF ESTATE

  14. KLEIN CONSTANTIA

  15. TOKARA WINERY

* The wineries have been listed without a specific order.

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1. A.A BADENHORST

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AA Badenhorst Family Wines, nestled in the heart of South Africa’s Swartland appellation, is a testament to the art of winemaking deeply rooted in tradition and the unique terroir of Kalmoesfontein farm. With 180 hectares of vineyards in the Siebritskloof region of the Paardeberg mountain, this winery stands as a true representation of South Africa’s vinicultural heritage. The vineyards primarily consist of ancient bushvines, some dating back to the 1950s and 1960s, featuring Chenin Blanc, Cinsault, and Grenache varieties. What sets these vineyards apart is their unirrigated, biologically conscious farming practices. 

AA Badenhorst’s commitment to traditional winemaking methods is evident in their whole bunch-handling approach. The red and white grapes undergo minimal intervention, with no crushing or destemming. White grapes are gently transferred to old casks or concrete tanks for fermentation and aging, while the red grapes undergo fermentation in concrete tanks and open wooden kuipe. 

2. ATARAXIA

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Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Hemel-en-Aarde wine-growing area, Ataraxia Wines, also known as “The Skyfields,” truly lives up to its name, which translates to “a serene state of mind, free from worry and preoccupation” in Greek. This exquisite estate is perfectly situated on an elevated rise that offers a commanding view of the surrounding landscape. Hemel-en-Aarde, meaning “heaven and earth” in Afrikaans, is a fitting description for this enchanting location. Ataraxia’s vineyards rest beneath the majestic peak of the Babylon’s Tower mountain range, creating an awe-inspiring backdrop to their winemaking endeavor.

Beyond its breathtaking beauty, Ataraxia boasts some of the most remarkable terroirs that South Africa has to offer, making it a haven for wine enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. A scenic drive from the coastal village of Hermanus leads you to the highest point in these wine lands, where Ataraxia’s Wine Lounge, reminiscent of a chapel, awaits visitors with panoramic vistas of vineyards, valleys, and mountains. From the very beginning, Ataraxia has let the unique soil of their estate guide their grape cultivar choices. 

3. CREATION

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Nestled in the picturesque Hemel-en-Aarde valley, Creation Wines has established itself as a prestigious winery in South Africa. Since its founding in 2002, Creation Wines has gained recognition for producing a diverse range of modern, cool-climate South African wines, including whites, reds, sparkling, and fortified wines, with a particular focus on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The estate’s vineyards benefit from the valley’s cool climate, making it the perfect setting for crafting elegant, refined wines that capture the essence of this unique terroir.

Beyond winemaking, Creation Wines is deeply committed to sustainability and eco-friendly practices. As a member of Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) and EnviroWines, as well as a WWF-SA Conservation Champion, the estate actively promotes environmentally responsible winemaking. Visitors to Creation Wines are encouraged to explore the estate and engage in local hiking and cycling safaris that showcase the region’s distinctive fynbos vegetation.

4. GABRIELSKLOOF

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Gabriëlskloof stands as the realization of a profound dream for South African Bernhard Heyns, a dream that led him on a years-long search for a piece of land that would truly resonate with him. In 2001, he discovered what was then a canola farm named ‘Avontuur,’ and it was in that moment that everything fell into place. The potential of the site to produce high-quality wines with a unique character became unmistakably evident, and it has only grown stronger over the years. Gabriëlskloof has remained under the ownership and stewardship of the Heyns family ever since, and their family has grown to include local community members who have risen to senior positions at the farm.


The vision at Gabriëlskloof is crystal clear: to craft exceptional wines that authentically reflect the complexity, richness, and diversity of their distinctive terroir. Their unwavering commitment to environmental responsibility is at the forefront of their winemaking philosophy, respecting and preserving the region’s biodiversity at every turn. The challenging soils of Gabriëlskloof may not yield high quantities, but the vineyards on the property have been meticulously cared for since day one. 

5. NEWTON JOHNSON

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In 1995, the Newton Johnson family, led by Dave and Felicity, embarked on a new chapter by moving to the Upper Hemel en Aarde Valley in South Africa. Their passion for winemaking, particularly their enthusiasm for Pinot Noir, has been a driving force behind the transformation of this family-owned property.

Over the years, under the guidance of the succeeding generation, including Bevan, Gordon, and Nadia, the Newton Johnson family has explored the nuances of this grape and the unique characteristics of their vineyards, pushing the boundaries of winemaking in the region. Nestled high in the mountainside of the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, the Newton Johnson Vineyards winery offers a captivating experience for visitors. The estate’s breathtaking location provides magnificent, panoramic views that stretch over the valley and out to the vast Atlantic Ocean. It’s an idyllic setting that encourages guests to savor every sip of their opulent wines and relish delectable cuisine from the estate’s restaurant. 

6. STARK - CONDE

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In the world of winemaking, sometimes, the most extraordinary journeys begin with humble beginnings. Self-taught cellarmaster Jose Conde’s foray into winemaking commenced in the year 2000 when he decided to experiment with his favorite grape variety, Cabernet Sauvignon. As fate would have it, Jose’s father-in-law, Hans Schroder, cultivated what were arguably the finest Cabernet grapes in the region. Armed with basic equipment and a dedication to traditional methods, their maiden vintage produced a mere 2400 bottles. However, against all odds, and to the astonishment of many, their wine achieved the prestigious 5-star rating in the Platters Wine Guide, marking the beginning of a remarkable winemaking journey.

The Jonkershoek Valley, nestled in the Western Cape, provides a pristine backdrop for the cultivation of Cabernet Sauvignon. This region’s high-elevation terrain, generous winter rainfalls, and the purifying Southeaster breeze that sweeps through the valley create the perfect conditions for producing premium grapes. Stark-Condé’s vineyards are farmed organically, with 80% of the estate remaining as rugged, untouched terrain.

7. STEENBERG VINEYARDS

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Steenberg, South Africa’s first farm established in 1682, has come a long way from its modest beginnings. Located just 20 minutes from the bustling heart of Cape Town, this historic estate offers a tranquil escape that feels worlds away from the modern urban pace. Steenberg’s original Manor House has been meticulously restored and is proudly recognized as a Provincial Heritage Site. Here, the timeless elegance and traditions of the 17th century seamlessly intertwine with the most refined comforts and conveniences of our contemporary era, creating a captivating blend of past and present.

Steenberg’s winemaking philosophy centers around the belief that “wines are grown in the vineyard and then cared for in the winery.” The estate places significant emphasis on sourcing the very best and latest known clones, meticulously matched to the appropriate soils and slopes. Employing environmentally conscious farming practices, Steenberg utilizes non-toxic, natural formulas for pest control and encourages the presence of natural predators to maintain grape health.

8. WELTEVREDE ESTATE

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The Jonker family’s connection to Weltevrede estate dates back to 1912 when they first set foot on its fertile soil. The visionary founder, Klaas Jonker, left a lasting legacy by planting the region’s first vines, an endeavor that would set the stage for generations of winemaking. Today, Weltevrede proudly maintains the old vines originally cultivated by Klaas, a testament to the enduring family history intertwined with the estate’s very foundations. Over five generations, the Jonkers have tasted the fruits of these very vines, forging a profound connection to the land and the history of Weltevrede.

Situated in the Western Cape of South Africa, a region known for its exceptional biodiversity, Weltevrede is a haven for an array of plant and animal species rarely found elsewhere. The estate’s deep appreciation for the soil and the land’s biodiversity has opened their eyes to the rich tapestry of life that surrounds them. The diverse array of soils on the estate has given rise to a wealth of plant life, mirroring the incredible biodiversity of the Western Cape. 

9. CAPAIA WINES

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Capaia Wines is situated in the winegrowing region of Philadelphia, 30km north of Cape Town and 10km from the cool Atlantic Ocean. Philadelphia is a small village developed from a parish of the Dutch Reformed Church, and established in 1863.


Capaia was founded by Ingrid Baroness von Essen in 1997. From 1997 to 2002 the vines were planted, the winery erected and the installation of the wooden fermentation tanks took place. 2003 celebrated the first harvest of Capaia and to make this even more memorable, we received Wine Magazine’s 5 star award for this maiden vintage.

10. VERGELEGEN ESTATE

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Vergelegen, meaning “situated far away,” is far from ordinary, with a history that stretches back to its founding on February 1, 1700. Over the centuries, this remarkable estate has passed through the hands of some of the world’s most influential explorers and visionaries, each contributing to its transformation into the world-class estate it is today. Vergelegen offers a unique blend of heritage, natural beauty, and unparalleled hospitality, while also standing at the forefront of South Africa’s flourishing wine renaissance. With a legacy spanning over 300 years and renowned handcrafted wines, it’s no surprise that Vergelegen continues to be the choice for discerning visitors in search of a complete sensory experience.

Vergelegen has welcomed heads of state and celebrities from all corners of the globe, testament to its allure. Whether you seek quality time alone, with family and friends, or with business associates, Vergelegen has something to offer for every discerning palate. From wine tasting experiences and cellar tours to the Camphors at Vergelegen Signature Restaurant, the Stables at Vergelegen Bistro Restaurant, and picturesque picnics on the estate, Vergelegen presents a myriad of enjoyable activities that ensure a visit to this prestigious estate is a memorable journey filled with history, culture, and exquisite wines.

11. BOSCHENDAL

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Boschendal (Dutch for bush and dale) is one of the oldest Wine Estates in South Africa and is located between Franschhoek and Stellenbosch in South Africa’s Western Cape. Agriculture and a simple farm lifestyle is at the heart of Boschendal. One of the oldest farms in South Africa, founded 1685, the farm has grown with the passing centuries into a cherished source of wholesome produce, great wines and happy memories.

Set in the Drakenstein Valley surrounded by dramatic mountain landscapes, lush gardens and vines, the original farmstead complex is now a national monument with a rich and intriguing history of more than 300 years. Today, Boschendal is a Cape winelands icon and a cherished wine and food destination. The vineyards and fruit trees have been joined by vegetable gardens and a growing herd of free range, 100% pasture fed Angus cattle reflecting the commitment to serving wholesome farm-to-table food.

12. WATERFORD ESTATE

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Nestled in the captivating Blaauwklippen Valley of Stellenbosch, Waterford Estate graces the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain with its picturesque vineyards. The proximity of the Helderberg Mountain range to the ocean is a significant factor shaping the character of Waterford’s wines. The cooling influence of the nearby ocean brings a refreshing quality to the wines, while the warmth of the Stellenbosch region adds depth and richness to their flavor profile.

Owned by the Ord Family and developed under the dedicated guidance of Kevin Arnold, Cellar Master and Managing Partner since 1998, Waterford Estate embodies a sense of simplicity and unpretentious elegance. The estate’s design seamlessly blends with the natural beauty of its surroundings, enhancing rather than detracting from the landscape. Waterford Estate’s winery offers a serene and inviting atmosphere where guests can indulge in various tasting experiences and savor delightful meals at SALT Restaurant.

13. DELAIRE GRAFF ESTATE

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The Delaire Graff estate offers a luxurious escape with breathtaking views of Stellenbosch’s famed vineyards, Table Mountain, and False Bay. British jeweler Laurence Graff OBE opened the estate in 2009 after six years of development. The property includes a five-star hotel, spa, two restaurants, three stores, an art collection, and a highly advanced gravity-fed winery that produces exceptional Bordeaux blends and single varietal whites from prime spots.

Delaire, which translates to “from the sky,” sits high on the slopes of Botmaskop peak. The property features a botanical garden with over 350 plant species and water features, and a series of exclusive lodges each with its own terrace and plunge pool. The lodges are decorated with distinct South African artwork handpicked and curated by Laurence Graff from his personal collection. The Owner’s Villa, the newest and most luxurious lodge, boasts interiors by David Collins Studio, a private chef, butler service, infinity pool, and Jacuzzi.

14. KLEIN CONSTANTIA

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The sweet wine of Constantia carries with it a rich and illustrious history, captivating the palates of renowned figures throughout the ages. Notable enthusiasts of this exquisite wine include Napoleon Bonaparte, Queen Victoria, and literary luminaries such as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Charlotte Brontë. The enduring popularity of this wine is well-deserved, and its legacy continues to be cherished in the modern era.

Klein Constantia, an estate with a storied history dating back to 1685, plays a pivotal role in resurrecting the production of the famous ‘Vin de Constance.’ Nestled in the picturesque Constantia wine region near Cape Town, the estate beckons visitors to explore a captivating trail of vineyards. The estate’s traditional Cape Dutch homestead stands in striking contrast to a contemporary winery, designed by the renowned architect Gawie Fagan. This modern facility features a light-filled tasting studio and a restaurant, offering a delightful blend of tradition and innovation for wine enthusiasts to savor. Klein Constantia’s vineyards cultivate a diverse array of grapes, including the elusive and revered Muscat de Frontignan, essential for producing the legendary ‘Vin de Constance.

15. TOKARA WINERY

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Tokara is a family-owned estate that took root in the 1990s, driven by a commitment to crafting exceptional wines and offering memorable experiences. Situated in the Simonsberg valleys on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, Tokara’s mission is to convey the story of the mountainous landscape through its wines. Guests are welcomed to savor tastings in a grand lounge, complete with a warm fireplace and panoramic views that stretch across the rolling hillsides, the distant ocean, and the iconic Table Mountain. The estate is designed to cater to families, with dedicated activities and play spaces for children and a diverse selection of wines for the adults to explore.

Tokara’s winemaking portfolio includes an array of white, rosé, and red Bordeaux-inspired still wines, a traditional method sparkling wine, and an exceptional XO brandy. The Delicatessen at Tokara is the perfect place to savor breakfast and lunch, with many of the dishes featuring Tokara’s own produce, including their award-winning olive oil.

South African wineries represent a vibrant and dynamic segment of the global wine industry. With a rich history dating back to the 17th century and a unique combination of terroirs, South Africa has solidified its place as a respected wine-producing nation. The country’s winemakers have embraced innovation and sustainability, resulting in the creation of a diverse range of exceptional wines that have garnered international acclaim. 

* The wineries have been listed without a specific order.

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FAQ Edition

The Ultimate Guide To South African Vineyards

1. What regions in South Africa are known for wine production?

South Africa is home to several renowned wine regions, with the Western Cape being the most prominent. Within the Western Cape, you'll find subregions such as Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, and Constantia, which are celebrated for their exceptional wine production. Other notable wine regions include the Swartland, Hemel-en-Aarde, and Robertson.

2. What grape varieties are commonly grown in South Africa?

South Africa cultivates a wide range of grape varieties, both indigenous and international. Some of the popular grape varieties include Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz (Syrah), and Pinotage, a unique South African varietal. The country's diverse terroirs allow for the production of various wine styles.

3. Are South African wineries sustainable?

Many South African wineries have embraced sustainable and eco-friendly practices. The country's wine industry places a strong emphasis on sustainability, with programs like Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) and initiatives to reduce environmental impact. Look for wineries that carry certifications such as WWF-SA Conservation Champion to find those committed to sustainability.

4. What makes South African wines unique?

South African wines are unique due to their distinctive terroirs and the combination of old-world winemaking traditions with a touch of innovation. The country's diverse climates and soils result in wines that reflect a wide spectrum of flavors and characteristics, making them stand out on the global wine stage.

5. Can I visit South African wineries for tastings and tours?

Absolutely! South African wineries are known for their warm hospitality and offer a variety of wine-tasting experiences and guided tours. You can explore the vineyards, cellars, and tasting rooms, often accompanied by breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.

6. What food pairings are recommended with South African wines?

South African wines pair wonderfully with a wide range of foods. Try pairing Chenin Blanc with seafood or Chardonnay with creamy pasta dishes. For red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon or Shiraz, consider pairing them with grilled meats, game, or hearty stews. The country's diverse culinary scene offers endless opportunities for wine and food pairings.

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