Constantia Valley has the Table Mountain National Park bordering the west and the Main Road on its east side. In between these two sites is one of South Africa’s oldest wine-making regions going as far back as the late 1600s.
It has always been a point of interest since the 1700s mainly because of the vineyards, breath-taking views, and peaceful landscape. Constantia Valley is very rural in spite of its popularity and fame.
The Constantia Wine Route
The Constantia Wine Route consists of 9 wine farms, several of whom have won major awards for their wine products. Since the time of Napoleon Bonaparte in the 19th century, royalty and VIPs have been seen in this part of South Africa because of the quality of wine being produced here.
For more information, visit www.constantiawineroute.com