The nine producers making up the Constantia Valley Wine Route are big in quality, rich in history and boast a unique terroir and boast a winemaking history dating back to 1685. The Valley was the cradle of quality wine-making in South Africa and the name Constantia is linked with the most famous wines ever produced in this country. For over two centuries these natural sweet wines were sought after by royal courts and the aristocracy of Europe.
The Table Mountain National Park, a World Heritage Site, bounds this leafy valley on two sides. Here you will find the cradle of the Cape wine industry, the southern gate of the world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, 18 hole golf courses; places to see and stay, play shop and eat.