Home Wine Travel South Africa South Africa Read Decanter’s travel guides to South Africa wine regions, including Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, for expert advice on where to stay, eat, drink and visit. Plus see what Cape Town has to offer with our guide to the Cape Town Tourism winners. Newton Johnson Hemel-en-Aarde wineries to visit Explore South Africa's Western Cape... Tuscany's vineyards are in their prime in October (Alamy) 8 of the best wine destinations to visit in October Great places to drink wine this October... Stop off at Betty's Bay to see the African Jackass penguins. Credit: Arco Images/Alamy Cape Town weekend road trip Take a wine weekend road trip... Sunsets and rosé in the pool beneath Botmaskop mountain in Stellenbosch. Credit: delaire.co.za Luxury travel: Top 10 wine hotels in South Africa Plan your winter escape to South African wine country... Lions Head Hike Cape Town: Restaurants and wine bars South Africa’s ‘Mother City’ offers incredible views, restaurants and bars... Moreson Winery, Franschhoek Stellenbosch and Franschhoek: Wineries to visit Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards at Tokara winery in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Wine Trails: Franschhoek and Stellenbosch Decanter travel guide: Franschhoek, South Africa With its strong French heritage, striking natural scenery, beautiful architecture and forward-thinking vignerons, Franschhoek is a must-stop destination for visitors to the Cape, says Angela Lloyd. Decanter travel guide: Stellenbosch, South Africa Bustling with vineyards, heritage architecture, art and plenty of opportunities for outdoor dining, Angela Lloyd gives the low-down on why this region really is a destination for all seasons Cape Town Decanter Travel Guide: Cape Town Tourism winners Fiona Beckett visits the Cape Winelands' winners of the Best of Wine Tourism awards and revels in the region's heavenly offerings of food, art, architecture and nature... Le Quartier Francais Winter wine weekend: South Africa As wine country goes, it doesn’t get much more beautiful than this. Get past The Cape’s jagged, mauve, mountain-fringed coastline and you’ve got verdant valleys galore. Add to that, graceful Cape Dutch gables, some serious cooking and even classier wines, and you have the essential ingredients for the perfect winter sun wine holiday.