4 wine regions to visit during your English language course in South Africa

Besides the incredible tours, unique nature and wildlife, and delicious food, the country is known as one of the top 5 wine-making countries. Thanks to its mild climate, regions near Cape Town are perfect for growing vines and making wine. Get to know some of the main vineyards in South Africa.

Only a 20-minute drive from the centre of Cape Town, the region of Constantia is regarded as one of the best districts in South Africa. It’s the country’s oldest wine-making region and known as the “South African wine home”.

In Paarl, there are great wine producers and exporting companies. The region is just over an hour away from Cape Town and is home to Nederburg, one of South Africa’s most popular vineyards.

With over 200 vineyards, the region of Stellenbosch is about 40 km away from Cape Town and it’s one of the most popular destinations amongst wine lovers.

The region is located about 80 km of Cape Town and it’s one of the most popular wine tours in South Africa, thanks to its traditional French methods.

Excited about learning English in South Africa? The country offers so many great options of schools. Bay Language Institute, Good Hope Studies, International House Cape or EC Cape Town.