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About Dunstone Wines

On the foothills of the Hawequa and Limiet Mountains in Wellington, Dunstone Wines is a family-owned wine estate established in 2006 that is worth a visit if you're in the area.

The vineyards only produce two varieties, namely Shiraz and Merlot, but has manage to create a sublime range of wines that has garnered awards since 2006. Home to the Stone Kitchen restaurant, the estate also has a cellar, opened daily, for visits and wine tasting.

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Dunstone Wines is 6.4km from the centre of Wellington , the nearest airport 63.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling