Paarl is a delightfully historical town that lies just outside Cape Town in the Western Cape. The name Paarl means “pearl” and reflects the iconic rounded shape of three granite outcrops forming the top of Pearl Mountain, visible for miles.
The Paarl Wine Route is the second-oldest wine route in the country. It is renowned for its rich, full-bodied, spicy red wines and crisp white wines. The area is best known for the quality of its shiraz, chenin blanc, chardonnay and pinotage, with viognier and mourvédre increasingly well regarded.
This route combines world-class wines with breath-taking scenery to create an idyllic destination for just about anybody. The sweltering, dry summers and chilly winters give Paarl the perfect climate for an array of wine varieties. Whether red white or rosé, sparkling or dessert, Paarl’s produce is consistently respected amongst wine connoisseurs the world over.
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