Join us at BKWine on a wine tour to South Africa this winter, an exciting ”New World” wine country

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Rickety Bridge winery in Franschhoek
Rickety Bridge winery in Franschhoek, copyright BKWine Photography

South Africa has become one of the leading New World wine producing countries. But it is not really “New”. They recently celebrated 350 years of winemaking in South Africa. It is a wine country full of things to discover.

Our travel program takes you to some of the best wine producers in South Africa, in Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Swartland etc. You can find many famous wine producers here but that sometimes focus more on volume than on quality. Therefore, in our program some of the most well-known names are “missing”.

Instead we will take you to those winemakers that are shaping the next wave of quality wines in South Africa. Often smaller, not yet well-known.

You will meet the winemakers and the families behind the wines. But not only that. You will discover Cape Town with all its sights, the Cape of Good Hope, top-class South African gastronomy, wild scenery and nature, time for a lazy dip in the pool, and an opportunity to take part in a two day luxury safari for those who so wish.

Read more on this exceptional wine and food tour to South Africa in March 2014 and book now! On our wine travel site BKWineTours.com.

Travel with the experts on wine and the specialist on wine tours!

Landscape in Franschhoek
Landscape in Franschhoek, copyright BKWine Photography

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