Stellenbosch Hot Air Balloon and Champagne Tasting

Climb aboard for a Sunrise Hot Air Balloon ride and experience for a breathtaking views of the wine land region of Stellenbosch. Sample some of our locally produced Sizzling little bubbles after your feet are safely back on the ground. Visit the wine estates your have flown over and sample there Méthode Cap Classique (MCC), South Africa's equivalent to the french old art of Champagne making, romantic, adventurous and a real tong twisting tour.

Tour Highlights:

  • Collection is 1hr before Sunrise
  • 3:30am - 7:30am +/- Hotel Pick-up
  • Drive to Stellenbosch
  • Sunrise 1Hr Big Bubble Balloon Ride
  • Transfer to local venue
  • Light After Flight Bruch included
  • J.C.Le Roux Wine Estate
  • Little Bubbles Tasting
  • Méthode Cap Classique - Champagne Tasting
  • Lanzerac Wine Estate for more little bubbles
  • Duration +/- 10hrs

Options: Lunch - Own Account

Tour Details Summary

Without any delay, we head off to the Stellenbosch wine route region. Climb into our first bubble of the day and Float like a cloud, look down on a 360 degree ever changing view. Enjoy the peace and tranquility while watching the sun rise above the horizon. Toast the landing where ever that may be with a traditional glass of Sparkling wine and/or orange juice to celebrate your flight. Our retrieval vehicle will take you back to the venue for breakfast/Brunch and award you with a commemorative certificate which proves you defied the law of gravity.

We then head out to two wine estates, The House of J.C. Le Roux. This wine estate is the leading wine estate dedicated exclusively to creating sparkling wine. It was also the first wine estate in South Africa to undertake this endeavor. Using a traditional French style technique, this wine estate creates the finest vintage Methode Cap Classiques

Our next stop on this tour is at the Lanzerac Wine Estate. This wine estate arose in 1962 when Isaac Schrijver was granted a piece of land by the then Governor of The Cape, Simon Van Der Stel, and it has since grown into the most iconic South African wine estate it is today.