Tasting Venues in Stanford

Stanford really is the ideal getaway for couples and families alike. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or an outdoor adventure to get the heart racing, this town has a variety of things to do and places to see. Featuring the Klein River running through its heart and fertile lands in every direction, it’s no surprise that this quaint village also hosts a number of surrounding wine estates and vineyards – providing a wide range of related activities for locals and visitors alike.   

It’s no secret that one of South Africa’s truly treasured pastimes is relaxing with a spectacular view while enjoying a glass of local wine. It’s even better when paired with delicacies that range from artisanal cheese to decadent desserts. This fine art of enjoying nature’s fruits is made even more rewarding by visiting the blossoming vineyards that produce these amazing wines. You don’t have to venture too far from Stanford to visit some of the Overberg’s most renowned wine estates. 

All of the wine farms surrounding Stanford are open during the week should you find yourself visiting while on holiday. It’s best to check specific estates’ operating times if you’re planning on touring the vineyards on a public holiday or weekend. Some of the farms also offer delicious roast lunches on Sundays. However, remember to book a table to avoid disappointment as these establishments are very popular with locals. It’s also good to phone ahead to your vineyards of choice if you’re keen on a tasting, many estates offers these by appointment only.  

Stanford wine farms offer intimate settings with warm hospitality and some of the best South African cuisine available. Let the wines tantalise your taste buds while taking in scenery and views that will enchant your imagination for a truly memorable experience in this part of the Western Cape. 

The great news is that for anyone who prefers their craft there are even establishments that you can visit which feature a world-class selection of Lagers and Ales for your enjoyment. Journeying the Stanford Wine Route provides the chance for friends and family to really drink in the village life and taste the fruits of these beautiful mountainous plains.

Visiting the vineyards near Stanford isn’t just great for wining and dining, there is also a wealth of activities and things to do. Whether you’re interested in horse riding, hiking, quad biking or just want a beautiful spot to picnic in, Stanford wine estates offer it all and more. You can also hire many of these venues for events like weddings and birthdays, each one will make for a truly memorable experience for all of your friends and family.

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A wine estate that offers nature lovers a choice of accommodation, a restaurant and venue hire in the heart of nature in the Stanford Valley.

The only wine estate in the southern hemisphere where you can dine and enjoy craft beer and wine from the estate.

In 1998 the first vines were planted in the De Villiers Family vineyards in virgin shale soils in one of the finest terroirs in the Overberg. Boschrivier is sit...

Stanford is a very special place in the world of wine. Varied soils enables production of a variety of wines ranging from vibrant whites to elegant reds that le...

This wine was named after Raka, the beloved fishing boat of Piet Dreyer, proprietor of Raka wines.

Brunia Wine Estate is situated 20km East of Stanford. Open daily during December and January, otherwise by appointment only.

Robert Stanford Estate is very proud of their Biodiversity Champion status.

Limestone Rocks! We love the way Chenin Blanc and Pinotage grow on it, and with the help of the cool Atlantic breeze that comes up the Klein River Lagoon, we've...

A wine estate that offers nature lovers a choice of accommodation, a restaurant and venue hire in the heart of nature in the Stanford Valley.

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The only wine estate in the southern hemisphere where you can dine and enjoy craft beer and wine from the estate.

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In 1998 the first vines were planted in the De Villiers Family vineyards in virgin shale soils in one of the finest terroirs in the Overberg. Boschrivier is sit...

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Stanford is a very special place in the world of wine. Varied soils enables production of a variety of wines ranging from vibrant whites to elegant reds that le...

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This wine was named after Raka, the beloved fishing boat of Piet Dreyer, proprietor of Raka wines.

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Brunia Wine Estate is situated 20km East of Stanford. Open daily during December and January, otherwise by appointment only.

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Robert Stanford Estate is very proud of their Biodiversity Champion status.

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Limestone Rocks! We love the way Chenin Blanc and Pinotage grow on it, and with the help of the cool Atlantic breeze that comes up the Klein River Lagoon, we've...

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