Welcome to the magnificent Cape Winelands. The first recorded grape pressing in South Africa dates back to the early 1650’s. Soon after Jan van Riebeeck set foot ashore in 1652, the first grape vines were planted in the Company’s Garden. On 2 February 1659, Jan van Riebeeck produced the first wine from Cape grapes. Assisted by enthusiasm from other Dutch Governors, viticulture was soon established in various regions. As time went by, the beautiful wine regions of the Western Cape started unfolding in what is today one of the best wine-producing regions in the world. There are various internationally acclaimed wine farms that produce award winning wines, each with their own unique story and rich history. Four of these wine regions and many other routes are available to you to select from in our winelands tour packages. We can customise your trip to include more than one region, for day visits or overnight visits. . .