Near the town of Rawsonville, about an hours drive from Cape Town, is Du Toitskloof Cellar. They offer a wonderful variety of wines and some of our favorite easy-drinking wines are in their inexpensive range.
They also have a small kitchen that turns out yummy light meals to compliment the wine. We always enjoy visiting, because of the care they give their customers and it's where we find value for money.
Not only do they make good wines, but they also have good business values as they participate in Fairtrade. They are part of the Fairhills project, which is the largest Fairtrade social responsibility project in the world.
Check out my photos to learn more. You can click on the images to view them larger.
|Sign: Du Toitskloof Cellar|
|Du Toitskloof Winery|
|Amanda near the entrance of Du Toitskloof|
The blue flowers are agapanthus and the
pink shrubs are bogainvillea.
|Sign: Du Toitskloof Wines|
|Map: directions to Du Toitskloof Winery|
|Box: Du Toitskloof Wine Cellar, Est 1962|
Where our earth yields heavenly wines
|A photo of a photo|
|Du Toitskloof Wines|
|Christian wooden signs|
|Christian wooden signs in|
English and Afrikaans
|Board about the Du Toitskloof journey|
|Board about their Fairtrade program|
|More about Fairtrade: Empowerment in Action|