Everybody knows the Winelands in the Western Cape based around Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek. Then there is the rapidly developing Plettenberg Bay Wine Route. But did you know Port Elizabeth also have a wine farm? The Theescombe Estate Wine Farm is located on a 2-hectare smallholding in the Theescombe on the western side of Port Elizabeth. It’s not quite a big commercial wine operation yet, but they do make wine and sell it from the farm. But why is it called an Estate Wine Farm and not a Wine Estate? It is because they make all their own wines on the farm using only grapes from the farm. This means that they don’t bring in additional grapes from other farms nor do they send their grapes somewhere else for the wine to be made. Now you’ve also learned something today.
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- Post published:February 23, 2018
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