Immaculate gardens set the scene for a meander around wine estate Babylonstoren. With edible flowers, seasonal vegetables, succulents and spices, the farm is home to more than 300 varieties of plants and vegetables with nutritional or medicinal value. And guests can pick and nibble the fresh produce as they wander through this Eden.

Slightly further afield are the figs, prickly pears, persimmons, stone fruit, citrus and olives (14 varieties over 60ha) — and, of course, the wine grapes (13 varieties over 120ha)...

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