Grand old Winery founded in 1685.The staff are great and very knowledgable.great wine tasting and fun too.The wines are reasonably priced too.Cheese platters can be purchased with your tasting.
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Said to be the oldest wine estate in the country, it's definitely worth an effort to visit this nice wine estate. Guided tours are informative and tell a detailed story of this place. Of course, tour would not be compete without wine tasting (chocolate pairing...More
This is the 2nd time I visited and I will keep coming back as long as I can! Beautiful gardens, peaceful rustic environment. Lovely for the whole family. Wine tasting is great here, especially the Grand Constance!
We joined for a cellar tour and tasting. The tasting was good but the cellar tour was disappointing. Our guide was rushing through the information because there were 2 people on the tour who had to get back on a bus tour and had arrived...More
We enjoyed our time at Groot Constantia! The tour was pleasant and informative, but the tasting was very good. We learned a lot about the wines themselves. (Do the wine and chocolate). The buildings contained many historic pieces of furniture and household items, as well...More
Very busy but nevertheless we were found a table and it was a Sunday Lunch Time Service. I was impressed with the choice and quality of the food and wine. They also catered for Gluten Free which always earns a big tick from me as...More
This tour was terrible. It took much longer than the 60 minutes that was estimated. Which would not have been a problem if you could actually hear the guide. We basically stood around for 2 hours trying to hear her over the noise. The museum...More
The Wine Estate is on the Red Bus tour route and hence a very popular and also the oldest wine farm in the country. The wine servers were lazy and nonchalant. One of the ladies was chewing gum and could not walk 5 steps to...More
At it was winter when we visited there was no wine making in operation, so the tour was a bit flat. The tour takes place in a modern building not a traditional type of cellar. The guide was generally informative about how wine was made...More