Maastricht Wines is situated in Durbanville, on the Durbanville Wine Route in the Western Cape. It had only been open for a few days before we visited.
This was the last wine farm we visited before the COVID-19 lockdown which started on 27 March 2020.
For months, as you drove past, there was a sign saying "opening soon", therefore we were super excited that it had eventually opened it's doors and we could taste their wines and I could review it for my food and wine blog in Cape Town.
This farm is beautiful, and comes complete with a long flower-filled pathway which leads to the cellar doors. Maastricht has been owned by the Louw family since 1982.
They produce a selection of five different wines, with Sauvignon Blanc being the main varietal. This is joined by a selection of reds, namely Pinotage, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.