Wildekrans Wine Estate

Wildekrans Wine Estate

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This 1000ha estate is tucked away in the Overberg overlooking Walker Bay.
Almost half of this large estate is under conservation, and Wildekrans is passionate about protecting natural habitats on the farm, from restoration of riverine areas, to creating favourable habitat for birds such as the iconic Blue Crane.

A scenic drive through the farm boasts indigenous trees replanted and active fynbos restoration underway, with signage to educate visitors of the uniqueness of the natural species and efforts in restoring these landscapes.
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Country themed restaurant, ‘Open’, offers a fresh, modern menu. Dinner by reservation for groups of 10 or more. Enjoy Food and wine pairings by winemaker, William Wilkinson.

Cellar Tours may be booked by prior arrangement.
Wine Tastings & Sales:
Mon – Fri: 09h00 to 16h30
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays:
11h00 to 15h00
Closed: Christmas & New Year’s Day

+27 (0)28 284 9902

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