Oak Valley is a founder member of the Green Mountain Eco Route
which was formed to promote and protect the extraordinary bio-diversity of the Elgin Valley and its neighbouring regions.
Oak Valley has committed its mountainside to conservation in a joint venture with adjoining farms.
The Green Mountain Eco Route
to experience bio-diversity first hand on guided trails, either by 4 x 4's, quadbikes, mountain bikes or walking
trails. View the Green Mountain website
and to find out how to enjoy the various activities on offer.
Oak Valley is proud to announce that it has been nominated as the 9th
biodiversity Champion under the SA wine industrys Biodiversity and Wine Initiative. This was awarded in recognition of the ongoing work done on the estate to protect our priceless botantical heritage. Oak Valley was the first wine farm in the Overberg region to achieve this honour.
Oak Valley was also the winner of the inaugural 2009 Nedbank Green Awards for Best Environmental Practices within the SA wine industry.
Explore over 20+ wineries on the Elgin Valley Wine Route, the coolest wine growing area along South Africa’s south coast. All farms and tasting rooms are clearly signposted. Visit the official Elgin Wine Route website to download a printable version of the Elgin Wine Route Map with information on the opening hours and contact details of all tasting rooms.
The Elgin Valley Tourism Information Centre is situated at the Peregrine Farmstall complex adjoining the N2. It is conveniently located to offer visitors a broad range of information on activities available within the Elgin Valley, such as wine tasting venues, restaurants, accommodation, mountain biking, hiking trails, eco-tourism, and sites to visit ect. For further information email email@example.com
or visit www.elginvalley.co.za