Links to South African & Cape Winelands Web Sites and Blogs
Spit or Swallow – Rate South African wine farms, and tell us what your experience was like.
Jamie Goode’s Wine Blog – The web log of wine journalist Jamie Goode.
Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve – The Biosphere Reserve extends from the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve in the south, northwards along the Cape Fold Belt Mountain Chain and the adjoining valleys constituting the Cape Winelands.
Cape Accommodation – Find accommodation n the Cape from Hotels to Guesthouses and self catering options.
The Cape Winelands – The fertile green valleys of the Cape Winelands are surrounded by proud mountain ranges. Towns and villages have many historic homesteads and monuments, and every so often fruit orchards are to be seen, whose produce may be found in all corners of the world. It is the Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall of the south-western Cape that produces some of the best wines in the country.
Accommodation in South Africa – Find accommodation in South Africa from budget self catering to 5 star luxury hotels on SA-Venues.com.
South Africa Travel News – Events, Things to Do, Where to Go and Where to Stay in South Africa.
Wedding Blog – The Tie The Knot Wedding Blog features many of The Cape Winelands’ prestigious Wine Estates that are available to hire as Wedding Venues.
Camps Bay Guest House – Unique in Camps Bay, Cape Town, and nestled under the Twelve Apostles in a peaceful location, Cape Rose Cottage enjoys breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the most magnificent sunsets. Pam and Steve invite you to enjoy three beautiful luxurious suites created for the discerning guest who appreciates attention to detail and something extra special.
South African Wine – A content hub of electronically stored information on lip-smacking South African wines and the remarkable people and magical places behind these wines. Think of it as a giant landing strip in cyberspace with connecting flights departing in every possible direction: Amateur or anorak, tradesperson or tourist, you are bound to find your own little nook of valuable information within this mammoth resource.