Situated in Cape Town’s Constantia region, Eagles’ Nest is a Boutique Wine Farm originally part of Groot Constantia, established by Simon Simon van der Stel in the late 1600’s. Boasting some of the steepest vineyards in the Cape Winelands, ranging from 100m – 400m above sea level, these granite and clay slopes are planted with Shiraz, Merlot and Viognier to produce handcrafted wines.
The proximity of the wine farm for Capetonians is an added boost and the views are quite unexpected for a city farm. Furthermore the only breeding pair of Verreaux’s Eagles (Black Eagles), in the Table Mountain National Park, nest on the property. A viewing platform has been created for nature enthusiasts.
Visit Eagles’ Nest for to sample their award winning wines, accompanied by a selection of platters, served on hope garden furniture of course! In the Tasting room you will find our square bistro table with florence chairs and trestle benches. The square bistro table is a favourite with restaurants and wine farms as tables can be pushed together when required. The oiled finish was their preferred finish for wine and food spills. This finish is best for indoor or covered areas.