Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate’s rare position ensures that Benguela residents enjoy majestic views over the lagoon to the Palmeit mountains, which form the spine of the Kogelberg Biosphere. The vineyards which have been planted across the estate, although young, have already asserted the quality of the terroir with awards starting to stream in on the maiden vintage. For those who love nature, this is the ultimate location. Nestled between two gentle hills on the banks of the Botrivier Lagoon, lies the Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate.
Located a leisurely one hour from Cape Town, 45 minutes from Cape Town International Airport and just 10km from the historical seaside town of Hermanus, the site enjoys majestic views over the lagoon to the Palmiet mountains, which form the spine of the Kogelberg Biosphere.
Perfectly positioned to capture these panoramic views, the 210 Hectares of open land, formed by a large cove on the lagoon, offer just the right amount of seclusion and privacy.
Sharing the estate with the residents is the 80 Hectare private wildlife reserve – Grey Rhebok, Duiker, Grysbok and other indigenous game roam freely through the ecologically significant Renosterveld Nature Reserve.
Rarely does one find this perfect balance between nature and modern living.