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Graham Beck Winery

R 45, Franschhoek 7690, South Africa
+27 21 874 1258
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Delicious wines and food

Spend a day away from the ordinary vineyards. Nearer Paarl, but worth the drive. Stunning.

Reviewed 11 July 2012
Cape Town Central, South Africa
Excellent Wines

Have been a fan of GB wines for many years since Charles Hopkins was the wine maker. Love the Game... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2012
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R 45, Franschhoek 7690, South Africa
+27 21 874 1258
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Reviewed 11 July 2012

Spend a day away from the ordinary vineyards. Nearer Paarl, but worth the drive. Stunning.

Thank Janine_RSA
Reviewed 6 July 2012

Have been a fan of GB wines for many years since Charles Hopkins was the wine maker. Love the Game Keepers reserve. Excellent. Make a trip to the cellar - well worth it.

Thank philfamdxb
Reviewed 18 June 2012

Graham Beck MCC is the best Champagne Equivalent in SA. Tasting Room is beautiful and looks out over the production area

Thank NtokzieT
Reviewed 12 June 2012

the building and its entrance are quite dramatic. the wine tasting room feels, unfortunately, utilitarian as your view consists of watching their production line. the champagnes are interesting. this is the brand that we were served on Rovos Rail, at the private game reserve, and...More

Thank howho
Reviewed 5 June 2012

A beautiful environment, both inside and outside. Whites are very dry, but good. I personally enjoyed the reds more. Was disappointed the girl doing the tastings just poured wine in a glass. We had to ask her each time what we were tasting and couldn't...More

Thank AlaskaCarol
Reviewed 10 May 2012

I took two guest on a champagne tasting to Graham Beck, I was even excited to go as it sounded so good. We would sit in the tasting room with a BIG glass window watching the bottling line which is soothing.... YEAH right its soothing......More

Thank Girschen
Reviewed 6 May 2012

I was so pleased to finally get to go to the home of Graham Beck . The gardens are beautiful. Would recommend popping in on the way to Spier.

Thank Sharkbait77
Reviewed 2 May 2012

We arrived a little late on a saturday afternoon, and having friends down from JHB i wanted to show them the estate. A lovely space with incredible sculptures. The manger/person on duty. Was a little abrupt, "We close at 4, do you know what you...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 25 April 2012

Able to try their wines with matched chocolates. Wow-what an experience. Eventually managed 7 sets- We didnt want to leave

Thank FRED B
Reviewed 5 April 2012

The look of the winery is different than likes of Tokara, Delaire, Steenberg. Red brick building, however when you get inside, the decor is modern and comfortable. The wines are great, champagne better, and the chocolate is great. Def a go!

Thank jbba
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