Plettenberg Bay on the garden route, has been an official Wine of Origin district since 2006, and has the most easterly vineyards in the Cape. The first vines were planted on the hillside area just outside Plettenberg Bay in 2000, mainly Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, which is even used in Methode Cap Classique. New wineries on the Garden Route are tapping into the viticultural craze for cool-climate vineyards.
PLACES TO EAT
You will be offered an endless array of flavours and an amazing assortment of cuisines at a range of cafes, bars, bistros and fine-dining establishments. There are also a number of markets offering fantastic local farm produce or simply enjoy fresh, off-the-boat sea- food for an al fresco beach lunch or dinner.
For further information visit www.plettenbergbayinfo.co.za.
PLACES TO STAY
Since this is a holiday destination there is a large range of accommodation options available.
For further information visitwww.plettenbergbayinfo.co.za.
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