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On 13 May 1797 the widow Paulina de Villiers was granted the land that straddles the river and rises up against the mountain of Franschhoek, the historic Cape Village, founded by the French Huguenots in 1688. She was one of the first female land owners in South Africa and love the land she tamed and planted. Paulina spent many years nurturing crops and working the same soils you see on the estate today and being able to still enjoy its beauty today is a true blessing. To pay respect to Paulina, and the land, Rickety Bridge Winery goes back to basics and staying local, the way Paulina would have. Paulina's believes in supporting local farmers and producers. Their chef goes to great lengths to ensure that diners experience the love and passion that goes into their food.



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