Our range of wines represent the true nature and diversity of this magnificent region and its monumental heritage sites.
With guts and endurance that finds synergy with our SHIRAZ, Franschhoek’s well preserved original station building is reminiscent of the work of the lauded British architect, Sir Herbert Baker.
La Cotte Mill
Old mill houses were once a common feature on the landscape of the valley, and La Cotte is one of the only original mills that have survived the march of time.
Our Town Hall
Our Town Hall was built in 1935 in the popular gabled Cape Dutch revival style.
Statue de Femme
This graceful monument was built in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the French Huguenots in the Cape and stands surrounded by a beautiful rose garden.
Franschhoek’s original cemetery details the final resting place of the original Huguenot families and was still used until the turn of the 20th century.
The Old Museum
Established in 1954, the old museum houses a fascinating yet gentle journey through the early pioneer life and times in the Franschhoek valley chronicling intriguing geneology of the original Huguenot settlers.