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Babylonstoren Wines

Babylonstoren Wines

Theres a lot of history at Babylonstoren Wines. The Drakenstein Valley was inhabited by nomadic Khoisan communities for tens of centuries. In 1692, when the borders of the Cape Colony expanded after the arrival of French Huguenots, the farm was granted by Governor Simon van der Stel to the burger Pieter van der Byl. He laid out the first vineyards and altered water courses to provide irrigation. Today the site is home to wonderful gardens and vines, and of course great wines!


Choose your favourite, from Whites, Red and Rose, theres a Babylonstoren wine for every occasion!

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