Step back in time and trace the history of viticulture in South Africa by visiting the country's first wineries in the lush Constantia Valley. Cycle through rolling vineyards on your bike, learn about different vintages, enjoy private tastings with expert sommeliers and gourmet picnics under shady oak trees, with the mighty Table Mountain as your backdrop.
Your tour begins at the country's oldest vineyard, which dates back to 1685 and is often referred to as "the birthplace of South African wines". Historic mansions and museums bear witness to the heritage of this region, with a private cellar tour and tasting by appointment. Choose between half or full day cycling, pedaling through vineyards and enjoying panoramic views of the valley and False Bay where the Atlantic Ocean flows into sunny beaches. A number of renowned estates are included, with the opportunity to meet the sommelier and taste some of the best wines produced in this country, including the famous Vin de Constance, which was personally commissioned by none other than Napoleon Bonaparte!