With the reopening of the Constantia Glen tasting room, be the first to stock up on the new Sauvignon Blanc vintage and take in the sweeping views while savouring generous platters or linger over lunch or early supper.
Constantia Glen continues to bowl over overseas wine critics with all four signature Bordeaux-style wines breaking the venerable 90 point barrier in the highly respected Tim Atkin South Africa 2020 Special Report.
Steenberg appoints Elunda Basson as new Cellar MasterAccomplished winemaker Elunda Basson, a respected specialist of her craft with a string of prestigious awards in tow, has been appointed as the new Cellar Master at Steenberg Vineyards.
Constantia Wine Route may be 333 years rich in history but the dynamic winemaking team from the valley sure knows how to revive its history in an entertaining style. [caption id="attachment_17558" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Constantia Wine Route Winemakers[/caption] Media and friends of the valley were invited to compete in...
EAGLES NEST WINESEagles Nest was initially purchased by the Mylrea family in 1984. Unfortunately, the harmful fires of the year 2000 did extensive damage to the farm. It was later revived and varieties that are most suitable for the unique terroirs were planted. During the colonial period, there was a section of land along the Constantia mountain range, used as a refreshment station between Wynberg and Hout Bay. Currently the farm produces wines such as Shiraz, Merlot, Viognier and the Little Eagle Rose amongst others, which is a testament to the unique terroir and attention to detail.
Quality Wines and Family FriendlyConstantia Uitsig has a vibrant history of wine production, but it prides itself on its commitment to a green building, farming practices and its bio-diversity. The farm aims to become a haven for both indigenous flora and bird populations. Methods utilised by Constantia Uitsig includes the use of cover cropping, mulching and integrated pest management programmes. The flowers are a central part of the farm, enhancing it aesthetically but also drawing insects to the farm which reiterated its commitment to green farming.
The experience at Buitenverwachting was beyond my expectation!My visit on Saturday was nothing short of incredible. From the minute I drove into the estate, I saw the golden vineyards, signifying the change of season. If you drive slow enough, you’ll catch a glimpse of the historical manor house. [caption id="attachment_16635" align="aligncenter" width="1920"] Autumn in the Vineyards[/caption]