Some of the entry level (i.e. the Wolftrap/Porcupine Ridge ranges) wines here are ok and cheap but as you move into The Chocolate Block and especially the Boekenhoutskloof Seven Chairs range the quality improves a lot. The later is not always available for tasting but if you are lucky they may have a bottle open.
The tasting experience is relaxed and less commercial than some of the other large vineyards in the area. The staff are friendly and approachable. And finally worth noting that it is also free.
Worth a visit and it's right beside two small family run vineyards which are definitely worth a visit: Haut Espoir and Stony Brook (need to phone ahead to book for either of these thought).
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