Breedekloof Wine Route
The Breedekloof wine route is located in the majestic Breede River Valley of the Western Cape and the Du Toitskloof cellar lies near the town of Rawsonville about an hour’s drive from Cape Town through the awe-inspiring Du Toitskloof Pass, a scenic route that will take your breath away.

Pieter du Toit, a descendant of the French Huguenots, established a cattle post in the Breedekloof area in 1716 and lent his name to the pass and the mountain range. Rawsonville was founded in 1859 as a village due to the Breede River winter flooding cutting the western valley off from Worcester. The town was named after William Rawson, the Cape colonial secretary at the time,

The area is a haven for the adventurous in search of the ultimate adrenaline rush in a beautiful environment. Activities include trout fishing, hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, bird-watching and 4x4 trails.
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Tel: +27.233491601   Fax: +27.233491581   Email:  
P.O. Box 55, Rawsonville, 6845, South Africa