Stanford Wine Farms

When people think about things to do in Stanford, visiting the many exceptional wine farms in the area is often very near, if not at the top of the list. Many of these wine estates are internationally renowned and offer an excellent selection of vintages to buy and to taste, as well as restaurants where you can enjoy a meal.

The wine estates in Stanford genuinely are a must-do for anyone who finds themselves in the area – whether you live there or are just staying for a short time. The rich history of growing grapes and turning them into delicious wines is just one of the many reasons to visit the estates. You can do tastings to discover what makes each one so special and why people come from all over the world to buy from them. You can also wander through the grounds and marvel at the splendour of the Overberg region.

The Cape Whale Coast truly is a special place with its rich diversity in flora, fauna and landscapes. The different types of soil in the valleys and on the mountain slopes provide excellent grounds for growing a wide variety of grapes. This great range allows the winemakers to produce everything from deep merlots to vibrant sauvignon blancs to tantalising blends. Whether you like sweet or dry, wooded or unwooded, red or white, or anything in between, you’ll be able to taste it all.

The history and the grounds of each estate is full of stories worth hearing and retelling. Whenever you go for a tasting or a meal at one of the wine farms in or around Stanford, be sure to chat to the sommeliers, the waiters and if you’re lucky, the wine makers. They’ll be able to tell you all about how the farm started, what they grow there and maybe something about their special processes that make their wines stand out from the crowd. Many estates also offer farm-to-table dining experiences that are a foodie’s dream come true. Be sure to look at the menus when touring the wine farms.

For the Stanford locals, it’s really wonderful to have so many excellent wine farms right on your doorstep. You can get farm prices on exceptional wines and keep a good looking wine cellar in your own home. Bottles of unusual or rare vintages also make excellent gifts, and having these farms close by means you always have a good supply of potential presents for family members, friends and even for work events.

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