|Set on gentle slopes of the Kogelberg overlooking the Botriver Valley to Walker Bay and the Bablionsberg mountains are Barton’s vineyards, olive groves, essential oil plantations and villas. With its rich soils, the frost-free climate and exposure to the cool sea breezes, it is here on Barton that exceptional award-winning wines are produced.|
Barton, in South Africa’s Western Cape province, is located off the R43 road leading to Hermanus.
Lying at the foot of the Hottentots Holland mountain range in the Botriver valley, it borders the Kogelberg National Eco Park on the one side and looks across the valley to the Bablionsberg mountains on the other.
It is just one hour’s drive from Cape Town International Airport and twenty minutes from Hermanus and the beaches of the South Atlantic ocean.
Barton Vineyards encompasses 500 acres (200 hectares) and lies to the west of the Cape’s Hottentots Holland mountain range. The area is famous for its fruit farms, the Walker Bay vineyards, flower and vegetable farms.
Vistas from the holiday villas encompasses our olive groves, vineyards, lavender, pockets of planted proteas, sea views and the majestic Kogelberg mountains.
Visitors are welcome to use the farm for walking, cycling, picnics and bird watching.
- drink our wines
- taste our olive oil
- pamper yourself with our products
- stay at our villas
- enjoy a picnic amongst the vineyards and the panoramic views.
|Barton’s logo is that of the threatened Blue Crane. Two families breed on the farm. Barton makes a contribution to The Overberg Blue Crane Group (OCG)with every bottle sold.|