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Wellington Tourism

Halfway between the bright lights of Cape Town and the statuesque mountains of the Western Cape, lies the hidden valley of Wellington, full of surprises and variety, heart and soul.

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    Wellington Tourism Bureau
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Wellington Wine Harvest Festival

Wednesday, 02 April 2014 14:12 Published in News & Events

Boland Chic Art Exhibition

Monday, 11 November 2013 15:33 Published in News & Events


Monday, 14 October 2013 14:51 Published in News & Events

At the recent Veritas and Decanter Competitions, Wellington once again brought home gold. Well done to Wellington Wines and Doolhof Wine Estate to make us proud with the following accolades:
Decanter Gold

Doolhof Signature Malbec 2010
Doolhof Unwooded Chardonnay 2011
Wellington Wines La Cave Cabernet Sauvignon 2010


Doolhof The Minotaur 2009



Doolhof Cabernet Franc 2009

VDC Chardonnay 2012

VDC Four White Legs 2012


Veritas Gold

Wellington Wines La Cave Cape Blend 2011
Wellington Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2010



Wellington Wines Moscato Frizzante

Signatures of Doolhof Malbec 2011

Linton Park Proprietor Reserve 2010

Welbedacht Bohemian Syrah 2008

Dunstone Shiraz 2012

Wellington Wines La Cave Shiraz 2010

Wellington Wines Chenin Blanc 2013

VDC Four White Legs 2012

Douglas Green Chardonnay 2013

VDC Chardonnay 2012

Douglas Green Chenin 2012

Mont du Toit Les Coteaux 2008

Mont du Toit 2007

Alkmaar The Old School Master 2010



Diemersfontein CD Malbec 2011

Douglas Green Pinotage 2013

Linton Park Proprietor’s Reserve Shiraz 2008

Linton Park Shiraz 2010

Nabygelegen Lady Anna 2013

Bosman Adama 2012

Linton Park Louis Fourie Chardonnay 2013

Douglas Green St Augustine 2012

Nabygelegen 1712 2009

VDC Black Countess 2011

Wellington Wines La Cave Cape Blend 2011

Linton Park Cabernet Sauvignon 201


Klein Optenhorst Open Gardens

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 12:10 Published in News & Events

Klein Optenhorst will again open its garden to the public this Spring - on Saturday 26th and  Sunday 27th of October. An entrance fee of R40 includes tea & home-made scones and cream.  2011 Klein Optenhorst Brut Rose will be available for sale by the glass and by the bottle while the nursery will be selling unusual and rare plants from 9:30am to 4:30pm.


They will also be hosting an exhibition of paintings and ceramics by Carolyn Metcalfe.


For more information, please phone Jane at 083 324 6855 or email  kleinoptenhorstwines@gmail.com or

Jenny at 021 8641210    email  ferreira@patat.co.za






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