Stettyn Cellar is set within the lower eastern slope of the Klein Drakenstein Mountains, where the Fish eagles call and the Black eagles dance high above the peaks. Here, you can enjoy the experience of a wine cellar, located in a natural paradise, off of the beaten track – so bring a picnic basket and spend the day exploring. The farm is a National Monument, and has been owned since 1818 by the Stettyn family. Due to its prime position, the frigid winters and temperate summers produce a pleasing variety of flavours in the grapes, and popular wine makes include Chardonnay, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot.
Their wine making process is characterised by “quality firstâ€ and under expert guidance, their wines achieve the rich, flavour-filled potency that they are known by today. Bottled under the ‘First Cape’ label, these wines are often exported to the United Kingdom, and elsewhere in Europe, though they are sold locally as well.