It looks almost like the wine estate in my fantasy. The sky is blue, green trees are planted underneath, and the grape vines bear fruit.
However, the fruits here are not too sweet. The wine is small and sour. The whole is very comfortable. It is really suitable for a lounge chair to get out in the sun. You can also have a drink in the manor. The price is not too expensive.
The Grand Constantia Winery is a wine estate with a very long history in South Africa. The climate here is very similar to that of Southern France, so very good grape varieties can be grown here, and world-class wines can also be made. The wine tannins here are very rich, and the aftertaste is also very sweet. It is definitely the top quality of the wine and it is worth tasting and buying.
The vineyard is backed by the southern foot of Table Mountain, facing False Bay, with plenty of sunshine and abundant rainfall. It is a treasure trove of geomantic omen for making good wines. It is said that the French brought winemaking techniques to South Africa. Here you can taste 5 kinds of wine set menu, 2 kinds of white wine and 3 kinds of red wine. The second and fifth glasses are the Governor's collection level. Remember not to be greedy for a cup, just taste it.
South Africa is currently one of the six most famous grape-producing regions in the world. Its unique geographical location and climatic conditions are very suitable for planting grapes, and its wine production accounts for 3% of the world's total production. Its main wine production area is located in the Cape area. It was the Dutch colonists who first introduced wine-making technology to South Africa. There are many wineries in the suburbs of Cape Town. Not only are the scenery beautiful, tourists can visit the vineyards and learn about the history of wine, and they can also drink a few glasses and buy a few. It's great to take the bottle back home as a souvenir!
The Grand Constantia Winery is South Africa's oldest, largest and most beautiful wine estate. It is located about 20km away from the western suburbs of Cape Town. There are rolling valleys, planted with grapes all over the mountains, and the scenery from a distance is very spectacular. This manor has a history of more than 300 years. The wine that is not produced is considered the top brand in South Africa and is definitely worthy of appreciation and collection.
Preston_Dominguez: Private Bag X1 Constantia， Groot Constantia Rd， Cape Town 7848
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