Robertson in South Africa is a small town about two hours’ drive from Cape Town in the western direction. The valley around Robertson is known as valley of wine and roses and it is the heart of the wine route 62. Other beautiful small towns close by are Montagu and Bonnievale.
The Robertson wine valley is famous for both red and white wines and as well for the Méthode Cap Classique. The vineyards are profiting from the cooler climate at night coming from the Breede River.
The wine range is including fresh Sauvignon Blancs, but as well rich and fat Cabernet Sauvignons. The wine region around Robertson grew extremely over the last 20 years. With only 25 wine farms in 1995, we have today more than 50 registered wineries.
The famous winery Graham Beck has its production site and most of the vineyards in the Robertson valley. Another famous Robertson wine is coming from the family owned farm Springfield.
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