With the first half of the year that slipped by us ever so subtly but ever so fast, we have the school holidays taking place in July. Read more
Father’s Day is around the corner.
Visit #heartwellington and spoil all the fathers out there on their special day! Read more
Group photo: Front: Miranda van Breda (DLTA), Samanda De Vries (Diemersfontein), Alicia Jansen (Imbuko), Middle: Aubern Williams (Diemersfontein), Robert Bantham (Imbuko), Robin Klaasen (Imbuko), Monique van der Merwe(Imbuko), Rene Reece (Wellington Wine Route), Mercia Plaatjies (Doolhof), Andiswe Hlaphezulu (Linton Park), Back: Lydia Burger (Imbuko), Johann Basson (Wellington Wines) and Charlene Ferreira (Bosman) Read more
Diemersfontein Wine Estate has long since earned a stellar reputation for doing things in style! This year promises to be no different as the organisers of the famous road-tour of “Pinotage On Tap” events (or POT as it’s better known) begin to set up for the first of four events, set to take place at The Litchi Orchard in Durban (28 July 2018). Read more
Shiraz’s popularity amongst wine lovers is not to be doubted and the diversity of styles on offer by wine makers ensure that every taste is catered for. The Shiraz Challenge, this year presented by Shiraz SA for the 6th time, serves as a trustworthy compass for consumers when wanting to buy SA’s top Shiraz. This year, three Shiraz blends and twelve Shiraz stole the limelight. Read more
During the month of June, the Breytenbach Centre in Wellington promises you a feast of entertainment ranging from sounds of ABBA, classical music, art discussions and group exhibitions. Keep up to date with their events by visiting https://breytenbachsentrum.co.za/.
The eateries and wineries in Wellington is ready for the colder weather with some delicious food, great tasting options and cosy settings. Read more
The picturesque town of Wellington is a scenic 45 minute drive from Cape Town. This makes us a great getaway option during the colder winter months as a Winelands visiting spot.
Wellington boast true country hospitality, award winning wine routes and estates and activities to suit all! Read more
The International Council of Museums (ICOM) established International Museum Day in 1977 to increase public awareness of the role of museums in the development of society, and it has been steadily gaining momentum ever since. In 2017, International Museum Day garnered record breaking participation with more than 36,000 museums hosting events in some 156 countries.
“Amazing Africa”, an owner managed inbound South African tour operator who specializes in the whole of Southern Africa, has written a blog “Through Route 62”.
Wellington is featured in part three.
Read the blog by clicking on the following link: Amazing Africa