Take a stroll through some of the Cape’s most picturesque vineyards and meet the cast of grapes that give Groot Constantia’s wine so much personality. They’re a competitive bunch, and while Monsieur de Frontignan likes to reminisce about the glory of his youth, Pinotage and Ms Sauvignon Blanc are all about triumphing at international wine shows.
Nobody knows them better than Floricius Beukes, the estate’s viticulturist. He’ll join you on this playful walk, which will delight visitors of all ages – even those who aren’t yet old enough for their first glass of wine.
Adrian Galley - Narrator
Vicky Barratt - Pinot Noir
Muscat - Adrian Galley
Victoria Barr - Chardonnay
Lindy Clarke - Cab Franc
Brady Ruiters - Torega Nacional
Scot Cooper - Pinotage
Gary Reuben Morris - Priest
Iain Manley - Merlot
Claire van den Heever - Sauvignon Blanc
Pears - Happy Morning
Mozart - Turkish March (Performed by Eduardo)
Silent Partner - Beach Front Property
Sunsearcher - Flamenco Rhythm
Kevin Macleod - As I Figure (Latinesque)
Pears - Making Bread
Lagos Disco Machine - Green Pullover
Doug Maxwell - Pink Flamenco
Gary Reuben Morris - Ends
Gunnar Olsen - Pisco Sour
Gary Reuben Morris - Used
Cellar, Manor House, Anton Anreith's Pediment, Cloete Cellar, Farm Dam, Historic Dam
This tour starts at the entrance to Groot Constantia's cellar.
Places to stop along the way:
Manor House, Cloete Cellar, Jonkershuis Restaurant, Simons Restaurant
Best time to walk:
9am to 5.30pm, 7 days a week.
If you encounter baboons in the course of your walk, please don't tease or feed them. We also request that you don't pick grapes or otherwise interfere with the growth of the vines, which are very sensitive.
Allow at least an hour for this walk, as there are lots of stops along the way.
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