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South African Wine Routes

The Full Story

There are currently 23 ‘official’ South African wine routes constituted by geographical wine-growing location, as well as several special interest wine routes such as the Cape 62 wine route, believed to be the longest in the world, as well as the Green Mountain Eco route – the world’s first biodiverse wine route.

1. Stellenbosch Wine Route
2. Durbanville Wine Route
3. Constantia Wine Route
4. Paarl Wine Route
5. Franschhoek Wine Valley
6. Elgin Valley Wine Route
7. Bot River Wine Route
8. Breedekloof Wine Valley
9. Wellington Wine Route

10. Hemel-en-Aarde Wine Route

11. Tulbagh Wine Route
12. Worcester Wine & Olive Route
13. Robertson Wine Valley
14. Stanford Wine Route
15. Agulhas Wine Route
16. Darling Wine Route
17. Swartland Wine & Olive Route
18. West Coast Wine Route
19. Klein Karoo Wine Route
20. Plettenberg Bay Winelands

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