Swartland is a small area that is just north of the Paarl district. It is surrounded by mountains - the most famous of which is the Paardeberg. It has quite a varied topography with shallow valleys and high slopes in the foothills of the mountains which allows for a wide variety of wines to be made here. Overall it is known for its extremely ripe and complex Riesling and Chenin Blancs and its fruit-forward Syrahs.

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