Twenty minutes drive from Cape Town, South Africa, high up in the hills of the Constantia Mountain Range, the city’s wine country, sits
A mere 10-years old, Eagles’ Nest is David to the neighboring Goliaths, Buitenverwachting and Groot Constantia–wineries that have produced for generations, turning out hundreds of thousands of bottles each year. Eagles’ Nest, in comparison, makes only 75,000.
I heard about the vineyard through a fellow travel writer and South African native, Linda Markovina of Moving Sushi. In an email she wrote, “The wine is AMazing and the view out of this world…and the cheese and nibble read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com