Cape Point Vineyards: Sushi + Sauvignon Blanc + Spectacular Sunsets

Cape Point Vineyards: Sushi + Sauvignon Blanc + Spectacular Sunsets

A family-friendly Noordhoek gem with loads going for it.

Near the easy-breezy seaside village of Noordhoek, against the majestic Chapman’s Peak mountain range, is Cape Point Vineyards, a wine estate whose spectacular views are impressive even by Cape Town standards. Its location makes it the only wine estate on the Cape Peninsula that offers 360-degree views of mountains, fynbos, vineyards and dazzling sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean.

Taking full advantage of its scenic setting, the award-winning winery offers many attractions that make the journey to Noordhoek (an experience in itself) well worth the drive. Here are six reasons to visit Cape Point Vineyards.

1. Cape Point Vineyards Restaurant

Cape Point Vineyards: Restaurant View

If you prize a restaurant’s setting as a crucial element in the overall dining experience, you’ll be blown away by Cape Point Vineyards Restaurant. On warm days, guests flock to the deck, while children run free on the estate’s expansive lawns but in winter, sitting beside the cosy indoor fireplace is where you want to be.

There’s also a new chef on the scene. Chad Blows’ seasonally driven à la carte menu features “the best locally and sustainably sourced seafood and game dishes”, accompanied by an extensive winelist that includes Cape Point Vineyards’ own range.

Mouth-watering starters include Franschhoek salmon trout and cheese soufflé while mains feature seafood butter curry, slow-cooked Karoo lamb and Nero vegan risotto.
Good to know Until end-September, the restaurant is running a two-course weekday lunch special, accompanied with a glass of pinotage. Booking is essential and costs R220 per person.
Opening times Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
Contact 027 789 0900,
Book through DinePlan

2. The Courtyard at Cape Point Vineyards

Cape Point Vineyards: The Courtyard Dining Experience

When it’s sunny, the courtyard is the ideal spot for a laidback get-together with family and friends. Be seated at a table or on the iconic picnic pillows and enjoy casual classics, such as wood-fired pizzas, sharing platters and crispy fried calamari. There’s a jungle gym for the little ones to entertain themselves.
Good to know The winter special lunch platter includes kreefstert (lobster) samoosas, fried chokka, fish tacos and a complimentary side, accompanied by a bottle of Cape Point sauvignon blanc for R450 for two people.
Opening times Friday – Sunday, 12pm – 8pm
Contact 021 789 0900,

3. Wine and Climb

Cape Point Vineyards Harvest Festival

To make the most of the stunning setting, why not take an invigorating hike through the vineyards, with four wine stops along the way? The 4.5-kilometre hike begins at the estate’s restaurant, passes through the olive grove, before entering the vineyards (unique for their proximity to the ocean).

Each of the four wine-tasting stops showcases the qualities of the particular vineyard block it’s in. Guests will be able to sample a variety of flavours, enjoying breathtaking views all the way.

Good to know

  • The route is child-friendly, but has a 120-metre incline, so strollers are not recommended.
  • A bottle of Cape Town Wine Co. Sauvignon Blanc is given to all hikers.
  • Under 18s can join for free, but alcohol won’t be served to them.

Date Last Sunday of every month (until November 2022)
Time 9.30am – 12pm
Cost R180 (adults)
Free (children 0 – 18 years)
Contact 021 789 0900,
Book through DinePlan

4. The Sushi +Sauvignon Blanc special

Cape Point Vineyards: Wednesday Sushi Special

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Tiger Woods and golf, sushi and sauvignon blanc… certain things are just made for each other. Throw in a breathtaking sunset and 20% off and you have the makings of an unforgettable evening overlooking the ocean.
The special 20% off all sushi + sauvignon blanc ongoing
When Wednesdays, 5pm – 7pm
Contact 021 789 0900,
Book through DinePlan

5.  Cape Point Vineyards Community Market

Cape Point Vineyards Market Things To Do In Cape Town

For an evening of live music, street food-style bites, stunning views and a festive atmosphere, head to the picnic area on the estate. There’s ample parking, and long stretches of lawn (with a jungle gym for the little ones to blow off steam). When it’s chilly, the indoor fireplace is the only place to be, glass of vino and pizza in hand.
Please note The market reopens on 6 October 2022. Sadly, pets are not allowed.
Opening times Thursdays, 4.30pm – 8.30pm (from 6 October 2022)
Cost Free entry
Contact 021 789 0900,

6. The picnics

Cape Point Vineyards: Best Picnic Spots in Cape Town

In summer, there’s hardly a better way to chill than with a relaxing picnic on the lawn, surrounded by majestic views (and easy-drinking wine). You don’t need to do a thing; they supply all the props: soft blankets, cosy pillows and charming wicker hampers. With a duck-dotted dam, beach views and a gentle sea breeze, you’ll soon understand why it’s celebrated as one of the best gourmet picnics in town.
Please note Picnics start again in September.
Operating times Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 6pm
Cost R150 (adults)
Contact 027 789 0900,

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The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 10 August 2022

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6 Responses to “Cape Point Vineyards: Sushi + Sauvignon Blanc + Spectacular Sunsets”

  1. franziska

    looking forward to get your informations!

  2. Willy Raubach

    Cape Point Vineyards recently discovered via TV2 .

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  4. Candida Welby-Solomon

    Beautiful place

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    Please add me to your list