Tag Archives: Wine Tours

Druk My Niet – an award winning wine estate in the making!

Yesterday, on a cold Cape rainy winters day, Lesley Cox and I headed through to meet the winemaker, Abraham, from Druk My Niet for a wine tasting.   The drive there was wonderfully scenic, however the signage to Druk My … Continue reading

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A slice of Heaven-on-Earth in Hermanus

I don’t seem to find enough time to blog – life just seems to get so busy and things just pile up!  So now, we have a big pile to work through and share.  This series of blogs is going … Continue reading

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A day out in the Cape’s oldest Wine Regions

My company Cape Fusion Tours focuses on offering wine & gourmet experiences of the Cape region South Africa.  As all of my tours are private, each day tour gets tailor made to the client’s interests.  Last week I had returning … Continue reading

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The Constantia Valley Cape Town – a little piece of paradise

For wino’s and foodies in the know – this has always been a little piece of paradise.  There were numerous reasons to visit: It is renowned as one of the best regions for sauvignon blanc in the country due to … Continue reading

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