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Eikendal Vineyards
Eikendal Vineyards is a 76-hectare wine farm situated in
the “Golden Triangle” of wine growing, between Somerset West and Stellenbosch. The estate
was founded in 1981 by the Saager family from Zurich, Switzerland, who recognized the
great potential of the area and wasted no time in modernizing the existing vineyards and
establishing the cellar. The Saager family still owns the estate today.
Peter Falke Wines
Peter Falke Wines is a boutique winery located in the heart of the Stellenbosch winelands,
South Africa. The estate is nestled against the majestic slopes of the Helderberg Mountains
and is home to rambling magenta bougainvillea, delicate scented roses, and wild lavender
growing alongside carefully cultivated vineyards.

The property, which sits on Groenvlei Farm, is owned by German hosiery mogul Franz-Peter Falke and his wife, Parisian designer Danièle Falke. The estate produces two wine collections: the Signature Range and the PF Range.
Alto Wine Estate
Alto Wine Estate, located in the heart of the world-famous Stellenbosch
winelands. For more than a century, Alto has built a reputation as one of the most respected
and oldest red wine producers in South Africa. The estate was founded in 1919 by Hennie
Malan, who converted the land into a wine farm and named it Alto, testament to the
vineyard’s altitude and their goals for it. Today, the estate is owned by the Capevin Holdings
group who also own neighboring wine farms.
Avontuur Wine Estate
Avontuur Wine Estate! Avontuur Estate is a family-owned wine and
thoroughbred farm located in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The estate was acquired by Tony
Taberer in 1984. The Taberer family has a rich history in South Africa, with Charles Taberer
being the first Taberer to arrive in South Africa as a 19-year-old missionary.
Annandale Wine Estate
Annandale Wine Estate! This estate is the oldest farm in the Helderberg Valley
and has a rich history that dates back to the founding of South Africa. Governor Simon van
der Stel granted the title to Jan Wismaar, the property’s first owner, in 1688. The farm was
known as Brakelsdal until the early 1800s, when the then owner fell in love with a girl from
the Annan River Valley in Scotland, and changed the name of the property accordingly.
Pink Valley Wine Estate
Pink Valley Wine Estate! This beautiful estate is situated on the elevated slopes
of the picturesque and majestic Helderberg Mountain, in close proximity to Stellenbosch.
Pink Valley marks the first South African wine endeavor by the Oddo Family of France, who
are also the current owners of the estate as well as the adjacent exclusive Taaibosch Wine
Webersberg Estate
Webersberg Estate! This historic Cape Dutch homestead and boutique winery is
nestled on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains in Stellenbosch, South Africa’s premium
wine producing area. The estate has a winemaking history dating back over 219 years with
Abraham Bastiaans being the pioneer of winemaking on the estate. Abraham Bastiaans
established the Groeneriver farm in 1689 and was officially granted the estate in 1693 by
Simon van der Stel, the first Governor of the Cape Colony. The farm was originally named
Groenerivier and was later changed to Webersburg Wines.
Longridge Wine Estate
Longridge Wine Estate, a world-class biodynamic estate located in the
Helderberg region of South Africa. The estate was founded in 1984 by the late Bill and
Kathy Martin. The current owners are Jasper Raats and his family.
Grangehurst Wine Estate
Grangehurst Wine Estate, located on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain in
Stellenbosch, South Africa. Grangehurst was founded in 1992 by Jeremy Walker, who
converted his dad’s former squash court into a wine production cellar in which he crushed top
quality grapes that were sourced from neighboring vineyards. The estate is named after the
childhood homes of Jeremy’s parents - “The Grange” and “Hurst Close”. The property is
surrounded by prime Stellenbosch vineyards and perfectly situated for the establishment of a
Why choose the Wine Tractor?
Every day, we aim to improve our wine tour providing you a memorable experience.
  • 1
    True wine farm's experience
    A tractor is a very important tool for any wine farm and it is the only machine that can haul up to 30 people on a trailer through the grape vines.
  • 2
    Close to Cape Town
    Only 25-30 minutes from the city and you're in the tranquil atmosphere of the Stellenbosch region toasting a glass of wine.
  • 3
    Comfortable and delicious
    We will take care of your comfort though all stages of the experience and offer gourmet meals in our cafe.
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