Over 600 wineries, 30 grape varieties from around the world and prized native grapes like Pinotage make South Africa – the guardian of the oldest winemaking tradition outside Europe – an unusual but perfect destination for wine enthusiasts.
We can start with the Walker Bay Wine Route and then go to discover prized Pinot Noirs and the old Paarls region, where delicate whites and delightful aged brandies are made. Then it’s on to the Costantia region, home of historic productions of Sauvignon Blanc, wine and food itineraries in the mountainous beauty of the Franschhoek Wine Valley, and panoramic tours in spectacular Helshoogte Pass. South Africa is bound to delight the palates of even the most sophisticated travellers.
Thanks to the experience and impeccable organization of Gisella Latilla, the expert from Casamassima, visiting the famous Dalla Cia distillery, producer of a highly prized grappa, or the wine capital of Stellenbosch, with its astonishing network of over 150 wineries, will be a truly unforgettable experience.