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Tulbagh Wine Route

1 Hour 30 From Cape Town

Tulbagh Wine Route

Nestled in a bowl of majestic mountains, the Tulbagh wine route is an excellent place to start your adventure. Steeped in history and characteristically Cape Dutch architecture, this route has much to offer the business and leisure traveller. The quaint old world charm of Tulbagh set against a backdrop of breathtaking scenery, delivers cuisine, award-winning wines, and memorable experiences to suit every pocket.

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Robertson Wine Route Guide

Welcome to the Robertson Wine Route

About the Tulbagh Wine route

Historically ambient, sublime natural beauty, and simply breathtaking during every season of the year, Tulbagh welcomes the spring months with charming clusters of  Arum Lilies and infinite Fynbos flowers, while the summer season sees overflowing and abundant harvests through to Autumn which paints the bountiful vineyards a charming hue of copper, chestnut and gold. A Tulbagh winter sees many a traveller indulging in sparkling snow-capped mountains and quiet misty days swirling a delicious glass of red wine at the fireplace.

Emergency Contact Information

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Poison Help Line: +27 (0) 21 931 6129
Worcester Medi Clinic: +27 (0) 23 348 1500
Mountain Rescue Team: 10177
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve Trained Snake Handlers: +27 (0) 23 625 1621/+27 (0) 82 496 2449
Traffic Help Line: +27 (0) 84 601 6462
Andre’s body works-Tow-in/Breakdown: +27 (0) 82 495 5536
Supa Quick – Tyres/Batteries/Exhausts: +27 (0) 23 626 2812/+27 (0) 82 396 2419
Keys locked in car: +27 (0) 72 146 0598

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Ambulance: 10177
Police: +27 (0) 23 626 1375
Fire Brigade: +27 (0) 23 626 1375
Police Station: +27 (0) 23 626 8340
State Hospital: +27 (0) 23 626 8500
Pharmacy: +27 (0) 23 626 4336/+27 (0) 23 626 2956
Doctor: +27 (0) 23 626 3006
Dentist: +27 (0) 23 626 6648
Physiotherapist: +27 (0) 23 626 1058
Chiropractor: +27 (0) 23 626 1507

About the Wine

The Robertson Wine Route has 15% of South Africa’s total area under vine

Originally recognized for producing red wines and high quality, fortified wines, recently we’ve seen some delicious, award winning red and white wines emerging from the Swartland Wine Route, which continues to produce top class port style wines.

No. of Wineries 48
Main Red Varietals (39%) Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Pinotage
Main White Varietals (61%) Chardonnay, Colombar and Chenin Blanc
Designated Wards Malmesbury and Riebeekberg.
Designated District Langeberg District
First Vines Planted 1863
Area Under Vine 531 Hectares
Wine Grape Production +/- 199 000 tons
Vines in the Region Yoshi Tannamuri
Annual Average Rainfall 250mm/year
Map and Location

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Directions from Cape Town

From the center of Cape Town head north, taking the N1/Table Bay Boulevard onramp. From the N1, take exit 10 (Sable Road), keep right, and follow the signs for the N7/Malmesbury. Stay on this road for about 60km. From the N7, exit left onto Voortrekker Road (R45) which loops around, and follow this road for approximately 800m until you reach De Kock Street.

Good to Know

Fast Fact
DID YOU KNOW? Robertson is named after Dr William Robertson, a Scottish minister who arrived in South Africa in 1822.
When to Visit
Feast your eyes on an exquisite patchwork of yellow canola fields, green vineyards and indigenous flora in bloom in Spring, from late October to mid-November.
General Climate
The Swartland is typically very hot in summer and cold in winter. Temperatures are moderate between March and November. Sun protection in summer is essential.
How Long to Stay
Plan at least a weekend, especially if you’ll be visiting wine and olive farms and local restaurants.

Nature Reserves

Fast Fact
DID YOU KNOW? Robertson is named after Dr William Robertson, a Scottish minister who arrived in South Africa in 1822.
When to Visit
Feast your eyes on an exquisite patchwork of yellow canola fields, green vineyards and indigenous flora in bloom in Spring, from late October to mid-November.
General Climate
The Swartland is typically very hot in summer and cold in winter. Temperatures are moderate between March and November. Sun protection in summer is essential.
How Long to Stay
Plan at least a weekend, especially if you’ll be visiting wine and olive farms and local restaurants.

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