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Tulbagh is one of the Cape’s ancient wine regions; it is easy to see why, in the 1700s, the Cape’s viticultural pioneers, the Huguenots, chose this fertile valley to settle and farm. Geographic diversity is a trademark of Tulbagh, whose mountainous terrain provides a wide variety of altitudes, aspects, and microclimates. Tulbagh may not hold the same international recognition as nearby Stellenbosch or Swartland, yet it underlines the diversity, terroir and latent potential held within the broader Cape winelands

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