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One of the top ten producers in the world, South Africa produces about 4% of the world’s wine, mostly near the coast in the Western Cape. To earn the important Wine of Origin (WO) designation, wines must contain grapes from only one of the 27 diverse districts. Springbok has collected a series of videos introducing players to ten of these fascinating regions.
Established in 1679, Stellenbosch is South Africa’s Napa Valley. The second oldest settlement in South Africa it has a winemaking tradition of more than 300 years.
With more than 250 years of winemaking knowledge and close to 20,000 cultivated hectares, the Worcester winelands, an hour’s drive from Cape Town, account for almost a third of the country’s wine and spirits production. Worcester Wine Route forms part of Cape Route 62, the longest wine route in the world.
Paarl is another one of the most famous wine-producing areas in South Africa, named after the way rounded granite outcrops on top of Pearl Mountain glisten after the rain. Red, white and rosé Paarl’s wine are well recognised among wine connoisseurs around the world.
Boasting a history of more than 300 years, the Constantia Valley is the oldest wine-producing region in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Cape’s most northerly wine-growing region stretches along the Orange River providing an extensive range of dessert wines, semi-sweet wines and blends, though reds are also being increasingly planted.
Springbok’s videos also showcase wineries in The Klein Karoo where and harsh conditions are ideal for the production of excellent wines which are largely grown organically.
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