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Summer wine-lovin’ at Blaauwklippen Vineyards

Summer time has descended upon the winelands and with it comes lazy days, lounging about, soaking up the sunshine with a glass of your favourite Blaauwklippen vino. But summer is so much more, especially here at Blaauwklippen Vineyards, where these perfect days offer visitors a myriad of summer activities set amongst the breath-taking Stellenbosch countryside.

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Of course you can’t talk Blaauwklippen without talking wine. With 3 new releases, Malbec 2014, Merlot 2014 and Shiraz 2013, and stunning new labels that perfectly showcase the history and legacy of Blaauwklippen Vineyards, the Cultivar Selection is the perfect place to start stocking up for your summer adventures.

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And where better to taste your favourite wines than in our Tasting Room, where our skilled advisors are ready to delight and inform you with our very best products, from various vintages in our Vinoteque to spirits in our Spirit Room. Once you’ve worked up an appetite you can pair your favourite wine with mouth-watering cuisine from the Blaauwklippen Bistro, with a brand new Tasting Menu filled with culinary delights, each perfectly paired with Blaauwklippen’s very best offerings, best enjoyed with friends and family.

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If you’re looking for the ultimate winelands experience this summer for the whole family, look no further than the popular Blaauwklippen Family Market. With a veritable smorgasbord of local and international cuisine, incredible crafts, as well as all your favourite Blaauwklippen wines, it makes for the perfect day out. If you aren’t sure of the crowds simply book a picnic through our Bistro and enjoy a picnic platter out on our expansive grounds with your loved ones.

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Summer in the winelands is an idyllic experience, and Blaauwklippen Vineyards offers guests a little piece of wine farm heaven. So grab your friends and family and stop on by for an unforgettable, sun-soaked day at one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms, it’s always worth the trip.

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