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Vineyards by Cromwell
The tour company we joined were so friendly and fun. And we ended at a chocolate factory! You're speaking to all our needs, Highlight Wine Tours! Out half day tour consisted of a delicious lunch at Wairau River wines, a fudge factory, a couple more wineries, and the Makana chocolate factory (Butterscotch Slice is my recommendation!).
The homestead on the Somerset West wine estate Vergelegen, a typical Cape-Dutch home.
Looking towards the Hottentot-Holland mountains.
This oak was grown from one of the last acorns from the King Alfred Oak in the gardens of Blenheim Palace in England and was planted here in 1928.
This English oak was planted in the Vergelegen gardens between 1700 and 1706, when the then governor of the Cape, Willem Adriaan van der Stel, owned the property.
Another view of the homestead, this is the rear of the building.
One of the arches and gates closing off a private garden of the homestead.
View of the grounds, looking towards one of the outbuildings.