The first wine region in South Africa to create a wine route—an organized network of vineyards for tourists—was Stellenbosch in 1971. Today, the town offers a coordinated network of more than 100 wineries, each providing a distinctive cellar-door experience for the wine enthusiast and visitor. This is made possible by the town's compelling blend of world-class wine and cuisine options combined with history, culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. Each of the five branch routes has a unique wine style, climate, and geographical setting.
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