Cape Point Vineyards

+27 (0)21 785 7660 P.O. Box 100
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Cape Point Vineyards, is located on a narrow strip of peninsula, and between the disparate icy Atlantic and the warm currents of False Bay, resulting in a unique maritime climate that is ideal for superior winemaking. Perched high above the peninsula, and embraced by a neighbouring nature reserve, Cape Point Vineyards is set in a backdrop of magnificent panoramas and breathtaking sea views that form part of the signature presence of this prestigious estate. Built on a foundation of innovation and a passion for world-class excellence, Cape Point Vineyards is as committed to protecting the environment as it is to producing award-winning wines. This can be attributed to a superb terroir, an intense focus on the land and preserving classical production methods, essential to the art of winemaking. Added to this, Cape Point Vineyards wines are only produced in limited quantities, catering for the wine lover who appreciates exclusive quality. – Description from markomkc

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

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