Boschendal Wine Farm is one of the oldest producers of wine in the world, having been established in 1685 by French Huguenots. The farm stretches over 6 kilometres along the slopes of the Groot Drakenstein Mountains. The Manor House was built in 1812 and is a great example of Cape Dutch architecture and has been converted into a museum allowing guests to gain insight into the world of Huguenot wine farming.
Enjoy the wide variety of wine at this award winning estate, by going to the wine centre for a tour and wine tasting. Dine in the Boschendal restaurant or get a picnic basket and laze on the beautiful grounds of the Boschendal Estate.