Enjoy an outing in the Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch wineland districts on board a vintage World War 2 motorbike with sidecar. You will be collected from your hotel in the morning and taken on a unique outing around a choice of wine estates. You can select an itinerary of your choice or you can allow us to plan your itinerary for you. There's usually enough time to visit 3 to 4 wine estates. Itineraries are flexible and can be tailor-made to suit individual tastes.
You will be collected from your City or Waterfront hotel at 9am. After suiting up in the safety riding gear provided (leather jackets, helmets, goggles, complimentary bandana), the tour heads out along the N1 motorway towards the Villiera Wine Estate in the Paarl area. After an informative tasting experience and a visit to the estates cellars, the tour continues to Fairview Wine Estate. (Alternative option: The Spice Route Estate).
At Fairview, you can enjoy a cheese and wine experience with locally made cheese produced from the estate's herd of goats. After stocking up on some great cheeses, the tour continues to Boschendal Wine Estate (Franschhoek Wine District) where you can enjoy a super picnic (optional) in the beautiful grounds of the estate.
After your picnic, the tour continues up the Helshoogte Pass and onto the Delaire Wine Estate (Stellenbosch Wine District) where their award winning wines can be tasted while gazing over the beautiful Helshoogte valley. After tasting, the tour heads back to Cape Town with a drop-off at your hotel at 5pm. The winelands district has wine estates to suit all tastes and the itinerary can be changed accordingly.