Jason’s Hill Private Cellar is tucked away in the heart of the Breedekloof, at the foot of the Slanghoek Mountains. With its fertile soil and excellent climate, the very best of grapes are produced for making award-winning wines. Whatever the weather, snow topped mountains or sunshine days, any time is a good time to visit.
In front of the fireplace with its warm atmosphere or on the balcony with a view of the valley while tasting award winning wines. Jason’s Hill is the home to some of the biggest wine awards in the industry, including awards such as Diners Club Young Winemaker of the Year in 2003 and the first-ever Woman Winemaker of the Year Award in 2004. Come and savour these unique wines and enjoy the company of our friendly staff.
Jason‘s Hill got its name from an old shepherd named Jason, who used to herd his sheep on the farm.
The family have been farming with grapes for six generations, but it is only with the latest generation that the farm got its own winery.
Jason‘s Hill has been producing award winning wines ever since its establishment in 2002.
It strives to give people an enjoyable time when visiting the gorgeous area and to have them taste lovely wines.
WHAT WE OFFER
Jason’s Hill allows you to taste all our award winning wines for a small fee at our tasting room. Parents need not worry as we have a play area outside for the children to keep themselves busy while you enjoy our wines. Tastings ar R30pp. You are welcome to visit us during the following hours:
Monday – Friday: 08:00 – 17:00
Saturdays: 10:00 – 15:00
While enjoying breathtaking views and tasting our award-winning wines, guests can snack on a tasteful cheese platter.
With a variety of cheeses, pesto’s, meat and seasonal fruits, these platters are the perfect combination with our wines. Available all the sunny seasons, tasting room times.’
Enjoy our mouth-watering cheese platter for only R150.
At Jason’s Hill you can hike through the mountain, experiencing it first-hand. Our trail is 6,6km, with two waterfalls and a running stream during the winter months. It’s a difficult route and should be done with extreme caution. Hikers should start before 13:00 and it can take up to four hours to finish. Registration at the reception desk is required. Price for Hiking is R30pp.