majestic mountains, the wine-producing area of Wellington is
located 40 miles from Cape Town, and its soil is dry and alluvial,
perfect for wine production. The climate is very warm and dry
during the day and colder air from the mountains settles in the
valleys in the evenings, helping to create a diurnal temperature
variation. As a result - grapes ripen slowly and are able to
develop more concentrated flavors while retaining acidity.
Wellington produces excellent examples of Pinotage and Chenin