|Tasting fees:||R50 for the tasting including Cape Classique|
Open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday and holidays from 10am-3pm. Closed on Sundays
On a small corner of the original land, David van Niekerk is restoring ‘High Constantia’ to its former winemaking glory. They are planting stocks and producing from their cellar – a structure that is reminiscent of High Constantia’s original home for wine – wines that, while they echo the gracious past of the former estate, give new life to the subtle flavours born of the mystic inter-relationship between earth and climate in the Constantia valley.
Did You Know...? Established in 1693, High Constantia Winery began its historical journey as part of the Dutch East India Company outpost, originally called Wittebomen - because of the abundance of silverleaf trees.
Wine Maker: David Van Niekerk & Roger Arendse
Established since: 1693
These are the cultivars produced on the estate...
On top of that, you'll find the following on the estate...