Bellevue Wine Estate

Bellevue Wine Estate in the prestigious Stellenbosch wine growing region in South Africa.
It boasts with an original Cape Dutch homestead built in 1803. After careful restoration in 1993, the house has been declared a National Monument. Together with the historical home, there is also a signal cannon which formed part of the important defence system of the original Cape Colony.

Pinotage at Bellevue

Pinotage since 1953...
Pinotage was cultivated by Prof A I Perold in 1925 when he crossed Cinsaut and Pinot noir. The first Pinotage plantings made their way onto Bellevue soil in the early 1950’s when P.K. Morkel was attempting to obtain Gamay noir for planting.

Bellevue Restaurant

The newly renovated tasting room is inspired by old world elegance with modern finishes and comfort.
It is very spacious and caters for medium-large tour groups while cozy corners also make small parties feel at home. With its traditional layout; yet contemporary appeal; it provides the ideal setting to sample Bellevue’s classic, award winning wines.

Also offering cheese platters and together with the play area for kids; one can now linger a little longer on the oversized verandah.

All of the Estate’s available-for-purchase vintages are showcased in the Tasting Room. Visitors are privy to special Cellar Door Prices and hassle-free national delivery.

Get in touch

Bottelary Road, Koelenhof Stellenbosch Western Cape 7605 South Africa

021 865 2054

021 865 2055

Restaurant Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday open from 9am – 5pm | Saturday 9am – 6pm
Breakfast 9 -11am Saturdays and Sundays only

Tasting Room Hours:
Monday – Sunday open from 9am – 5pm