• Bubbles and Bites
    Bubbles and Bites

Bubbles and Bites in the Elgin Valley

Join us in heading off the beaten track in the Elgin Wine Valley. We will take you to a foodie’s heaven; exploring artisanal eateries, showcasing spectacular wineries and enjoying breath-taking views all day! Let Cape Food & Wine Tours show you the reasons why Elgin has become one of the most exciting new wine regions in the Cape!

Itinerary

Depart Cape Town

to Elgin

Leave Cape Town for the Elgin Valley, a region known for its cooler climate, yielding aromatic white wines & elegant red wines.

Somerset West

Olives

On the way, visit one of the oldest farms in Somerset West to taste the best olives and olive oils produced in the South Africa, before heading over the stunning Sir Lowry’s mountain pass crossing the Hottentots Holland Mountain range.

Peregrine Farm Stall

Fresh local goods

Stop at the legendary Peregrine Farm Stall for some coffee and rusks and to browse the many locally produced farm goods, from honey and chocolates, to preserves and cheeses, to fresh local apples produced in the Valley.

Elgin Valley

Wine

Visit one of the many intimate wine farms in the Elgin Valley. Here you will get a feel for the off-the-beaten-track intimacy which Elgin is famous for amongst locals, and taste some of the best wines this region has to offer, from elegant reds, to crisp whites and renowned M.C.C. 

The Pool Room

Lunch

Once we’ve had our fill of wine, we will head off for a leisurely lunch at The Pool Room (own account). This restaurant is famous for locally sourced produce, acorn-fed pork and free-range beef, taken in a beautiful setting amongst the estate’s majestic oak trees and swimming pool.

Grabouw

Family-run craft cider farm

After lunch we will head toward a family-run craft cider farm, where we will be treated to some of the most innovative ciders in the country, or visit one more Elgin region winery, depending on your preference.