The Bot River Wine Route is symbolized by a bull – steadfast and strong, just like the wine characters in this lovely part of the world. (And a little unpredictable…) Thanks to the passion and commitment of the young winemakers who have invested their dreams in its soil, we can enjoy some of the best Shiraz, Chenin Blanc and Pinotage in the Cape.
Visitors are welcomed with enthusiasm at cellar doors and made to feel even more at home at any one of the regular events this energetic crowd put onto the calendar. Bot River has become the social life and soul of the Overberg wine scene with events such as the Barrels & Beards after harvest, the Bot River Spring celebration and the Barrel Race on Bot River station – all accompanied by great wine and delicious food.
Cellars vary from state-of-the-art to traditional, making a visit to this pocket one of the most fascinating and easily accessible, all-round wine and food experiences.
Be ready for a warm welcome and a sociable sojourn!
Wildekrans Wine Estate is a picturesque 1000 hectare estate tucked away in the Bot River Valley amongst fields of indigenous renosterbos.
This winner of the Novare SA Terroir Top Wine Estate 2012 was originally established as a....
The Verburg family is exuberant and enthusiastic about their farm on the Botriver hillside – and their wines are thriving under the passionate guidance of winemaker Niels Verburg. Luddite Wines, situated on the eastern slopes of....
180 degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and a panoramic backdrop of the Kogelberg mountain range and the Bot River lagoon. The maritime climate and the well-weathered shale and clay soils, create ideal conditions for the production of....
Beaumont is a delightful family-run farm and winery situated in the quaint village of Bot River. The farm is steeped in history and dates back to the 1700s and the wine cellar is the oldest in the Overberg. Beaumont’s range of....
Gabrielskloof is a family owned and run wine estate just off the N2 outside Bot Rivier. With views of the Overberg and the Babilonstoren mountains that charm even seasoned travellers, and understated, stylish architecture and interiors,....
The name of this family-owned estate means “Valley of the Horses”. It is a historic site that once was home to ancient Khoisan Tribes. The 1 430 hectare estate borders the Babilonstoren nature reserve and has a stud herd of....
WINE FARMS IN THE AREA