Tradition and history meets modern and trendy

Ranging from 1700’s Cape Dutch buildings with thatched roofs, to ultra-modern millennium brick, cement and glass buildings, the Western Cape Winelands offer a diverse range of architecture, the one more show-stopping than the next. Even more so, most of these buildings are either set against the backdrop of the majestic Western Cape mountains, lush green vineyards, designer crafted gardens and/or a sapphire ocean.

Wine Farms’ architecture have come a long way since the early days of traditional thatched roofs and gables, with the modern trend being the inclusion of glass enhanced buildings that embrace the exquisite environment. Art and outdoor sculptures are added to enhance and compliment the entire wine farm experience.

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