Eagles’ Nest is one of the hidden gems of the Constantia Valley Wine Route, tucked away, midway up the Constantia Neck, nestled between a slender forest of willowy, skyscraper trees.
The Constantia Valley is oldest wine producing region in South Africa – with nine award winning farms in the region, churning out international quality wines. The valley has been as to be called the ‘cradle of quality wine making in South Africa’ and is famous for producing wines enjoyed by Napoleon Bonaparte and his 18th century royals.
Whether you’re looking at sharing a bottle of the local house wine, or do a wine tasting on the grass, Eagles’ Nest is just wonderful.
Follow them on social: Website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The Eagles’ Nest Tasting Room is open from 10am until 4:30pm Monday to Sunday. To book your table and wine host, call +27(0)21 794 4095. If you’re planning on heading through on the weekend I’d suggest making a booking, or at least call ahead. See the full platter menu and non-alcoholic list here. The tasting fee is R60 per person for four wines, and will be waived for every R500 spent at the wine shop. The two cellar dogs roam the venue, and they’re very friendly – however, it’s requested that nobody shares their platter snacks with the,.