What To Do In South Africa’s Gorgeous Winelands: Exploring Franschhoek & Stellenbosch

May 26, 2024
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Some people thought I was crazy to take time out of my South Africa bucket list trip to visit a wine region.  But I feel confident that you’ll see why South Africa’s winelands—including the cute towns of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch—have been on my “must visit wine regions” for YEARS!

What to Do in South Africa's Winelands | How to plan a trip to the Franschhoek & Stellenbosch area, including where to stay, how to get there (& how to get around), wineries to visit, the best restaurants, and so much more! Things to do in Franschhoek.

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What wines are common in South Africa’s winelands?

South Africa’s wines were famous a couple hundred years ago, but the country (like Europe) was hit hard by phylloxera.  But in the last decade, their wines have been starting to be easier to find in the U.S., and I tend to find them delightful.

The region is famous for Chenin Blanc and Pinotage, which was South Africa’s own creation (a cross between a Pinot Noir and Cinsault, cultivated in 1925).  You’ll find a lot of Cabernet-based wines (I had a number of Cab Francs), Chardonnays and Chenin Blancs, and of course the Pinotage.

Should I stay in Franschhoek or Stellenbosch?

There are actually a number of different wine regions in South Africa, but usually if someone just says “the winelands” and doesn’t specify, they’re referring to the Franschhoek and Stellenbosch area.  And if you’re visiting South Africa’s winelands, this is the next question you’ll need to answer.

The great thing is that you can easily explore wineries in both areas during your trip, as it’s not a large region and in fact the lines are quite blurry.  But in terms of choosing where to stay, it really depends on your preference.

Franschhoek was settled by French Huguenots in the late 1600s, and retains a very quaint feel and some cool history.  It’s smaller and more rustic, with just one main road.  Stellenbosch is a university town, a bit bigger and with more on offer (to be clear, still fairly small).  Both have great restaurants, boutiques, and places to stay.

For me, I decided on Franschhoek (and loved it!), but it had more to do with the accommodation I chose.  Since I was going to have a car, I knew I could get around easily, but kept my dinner choices in Franschhoek to avoid lots of nighttime driving.

So my recommendation would be to just choose your hotel, and go from there.  If you won’t have a car, then stay somewhere in town that’s easily walkable.

South Africa is on my list of under-the-radar wine regions to visit!

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Le Pommier

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Where to stay

Speaking of hotels…I waited just a bit longer to book than I should have, as I didn’t realize I would be in the winelands over Easter weekend.  But there were still a number of great options.  I ended up choosing Cape Vue Country House, a lovely little B&B in Franschhoek.

I would absolutely recommend Cape Vue, it was like staying at a peaceful country estate.  The hotel and grounds are lovely, with a great mountain view and a small pool.  My room was spacious and very comfortable with nice little touches (like a coffee setup and bottle of wine), and there was a fairly hearty breakfast as well.  It was an easy walk (or 1-2 minute drive) to the “main drag” in Franschhoek.

I had strongly considered Last Word (an adorable little hotel that gets rave reviews) or Basse Provence Country House (looks amazing, but I decided not to splurge since I was going super bougie on safaris).  Same for Leeu House, which looks AMAZING.

In Stellenbosch I looked at Molen Vliet Vineyards (I really loved the idea of staying at a winery), Lanzerac Hotel & Spa (WOW!), or Eendracht Hotel (a lovely but more budget option).

You can read my deep-dive review of Cape Vue here!

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - staying at Cape Vue Country House

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - staying at Cape Vue Country House

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - staying at Cape Vue Country House

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - staying at Cape Vue Country House

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How to get around the winelands

You have a few options for how to explore the winelands.  Some will depend on the time you have, and also your personal preferences.  I had rented a car in Cape Town to drive the Cape Peninsula (including the penguin beach!), and so drove up to the winelands myself (and returned it at the Cape Town airport).  One word to the wise:  the speeding cameras are real, and ruthless!

The biggest thing you have to watch out for is that there are a lot of rental car company scams, where they try to charge you for all sorts of made-up damage.  I always check both DiscoverCars and RentalCars.com.  In most cases I go with DiscoverCars, but in this case I wanted to rent with Bluu specifically (a company that locals told me they trust), and I was able to find them on RentalCars, so booked there.  Do your research and make sure you have good insurance and tons of photo and video documentation, just in case.

Even if you have a car, if you’d prefer to not worry about drinking and driving then the Franschhoek Wine Tram is a great option.  It’s an open-sided tram with six different hop-on/hop-off routes to wineries all over the vallye, and so gives you a lot of freedom and ability to explore.  Stellenbosch has something similar, called the Vine Hopper.

If you want to simplify your life, have limited time, are staying in Cape Town, or want someone else to arrange everything for you—which I totally understand—you could consider a guided tour option.  This full-day tour from either Cape Town or Stellenbosch is a great sampling for a short visit, as is this full-day optionThis one starts from Cape Town but goes on the wine tram with a guide (which sounds helpful).

I personally hate biking but this bicycle winery tour in Stellenbosch could be fun if that’s your thing (or e-bikes in Franschhoek might be more my speed).  If you want the most flexibility, a private tour may be the best fit…or go bougie with this private tour and hot air balloon ride (!!!).

Things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - take the Franschhoek wine tram

Here are all my South Africa posts for planning your own adventure:

How to Spend a Perfect 24 Hours in Cape Town

Visiting South Africa’s Famous Penguins: A Stop At Foxy Beach & Boulders Beach

Where To Stay In Franschhoek + A Review Of Cape Vue Country House

…and much more to come soon!

What to wear in the winelands

This will vary depending on time of year, but the weather if fairly temperate (it can get hot though!).  I was visiting at the end of March, so the end of summer headed into fall and it was pretty warm.  The pic below is from driving around the Cape Peninsula in the morning before I drove up to the winelands.

You want to be comfortable but not look like a slob.  I wore sundresses mostly, which are my preference…a lot of mine are from StitchFix and the rest are mostly from Amazon (like a t-shirt dress, a tank dress, or something flowy with fluttery cap sleeves).  I had a lightweight cardigan for evenings and restaurants but didn’t end up needing it.

I had also brought lightweight, breathable stretchy travel pants (Athleta and these Eddie Bauer ones are my faves) to pair with lightweight sleeveless or short-sleeve tops.  You can see what that looks like below.

I alternated between my beloved cute/comfy walking sandals and my cute white sneakers, and had my Rothy’s flats for going to dinner.  I also relied on my my go-to natural non-toxic makeup (which does great in sweaty weather!), good moisturizer, and sunglasses.

girl in blue shirt & red pants in South Africa Cape Peninsula

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How to plan your winelands itinerary

While the entire winelands area is easy to navigate, you’re traveling on mostly two-lane roads and occasionally stuck behind farm vehicles, so it’s best to try and cluster your winery visits in similar areas.  For instance, pick one or two near each other for the morning, have a lunch spot in mind, and then another one or two in the afternoon.

If you (like me!) love sampling wines and really want to “do it up right”, I recommend considering a blend of more straightforward tasting experiences and a few more special, time-intensive visits.  The former is just where you roll up, taste a few wines and hear about the grapes, and move on within an hour or so.  The latter could include a food pairing with the wines, an amazing winery lunch, a guided tour, or some other special experience, and will take longer.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Fairview Wine & Cheese

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It was really hard to figure out what I needed to book ahead, because I didn’t want to be overscheduled or rushing to get places.  I would say that if there’s a winery you really want to visit, you should book ahead (especially on a holiday weekend, or weekends in general or during peak season).  Most places will also require you to book ahead for food pairing experiences.

There were a handful of spots I wanted to visit but didn’t book ahead, and they were full.  That’s a bummer, but there are SO many options that you can always find great places to visit.  The key is to call ahead, since you don’t want to spend all your time driving around and getting turned away.  Any place on the wine tram line should be okay though.

You also should consider booking dinner reservations, with the same guidance on weekends and holidays.  In particular, Sunday evenings and Mondays are more difficult, as many restaurants are closed.

Most wineries close around 5:00pm (often last tasting at 4:30pm), so you can’t do tastings into the evening or watch the sunset there most of the year.  It also means you have a gap typically before dinner.

A few other random observations:  The wine tasting experiences were very unrushed in general, and many places have jungle gyms and such for families with kids.  Also, weirdly as an FYI, the airline (and security) for my domestic flight to Skukuza made me take my wine out of my checked bag and take it through security in my carry-on.  But to go back to the US I put it *back* in my checked bag.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch

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My winelands itinerary (most of it “on the fly”)

Some spots that were on my list but I couldn’t hit

  • Babylonstoren is the obvious miss here, an iconic and idyllic Cape Dutch farm-turned-winery and hotel.  Whether for a wine tasting, lunch, or wandering their incredible gardens, it deserves a half-day and I was limited on time.  I definitely want to come back though!
  • Waterford Estate looked gorgeous and offers not only tastings, but also a unique “wine safari” out in the vineyards and a chocolate pairing option.
  • Warwick Estate has great views and offers several delicious-looking burgers, platters, and food/wine pairings.
  • Spier Wine Farm offers picnics and really interesting food pairings with the wine tastings.
  • Blauuwklippen is a good option for lunch, with amazing-sounding food (including pizzas) in addition to wine pairing options and regular tastings.
  • Middelvlei has a braai (traditional South African barbecue) each day, which would have been really cool.
  • I kind of wanted to stop at Groot, just to be able to say “I am Groot”.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a gorgeous day at Plaisir de Merle

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The wineries I visited in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch

Okay, let’s get into the details.  I’m going to go in chronological order, versus any kind of ranking or preference.  The only one of these that I ended up booking ahead was Le Pommier, as I had the food pairing.

Fairview Wine & Cheese (Paarl)

I’d been driving all day, starting in Cape Town and headed down the Cape Peninsula, then finally up to the winelands.  It was a bit later than I’d hoped when I rolled into the area, and I first tried Warwick Estate.  Unfortunately they were fully booked for the weekend (which I hoped didn’t bode poorly for me).

So I went to Fairview Wine & Cheese instead, and caught the last tasting by like…two minutes!  This winery had caught my eye due to the goats, but I was hoping for cute tiny goats rather than big billies, and also because they’re known for their cheeses.

The property itself is really lovely, and they have a restaurant on-site as well (Goatshed; recommend booking ahead on weekends).

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting & beautiful grounds at Fairview Wine & Cheese

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - the goats of Fairview Wine & Cheese

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I tried three wines with six cheeses.  I was wowed by the Chenin Blanc, which is the only wine I brought home with me.  I tried it with the cows’ milk feta and some kind of brie with a jasmine syrup.  I sipped the Viognier with a goat milk cheese and a cream cheese with chives.  And then the Malbec was tasted with goat milk cheese with garlic and herbs, as well as a blue cheese.

This was a great tasting from a “taste” perspective.  The service was timely and they gave a bit of info on the wine, but fairly perfunctory.  This is a great example of the “roll up, taste, move along” type of experience I mentioned above.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting & beautiful grounds at Fairview Wine & Cheese

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting & beautiful grounds at Fairview Wine & Cheese

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting & beautiful grounds at Fairview Wine & Cheese

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Anthonij Rupert (Franschhoek)

The next morning I got an early start since this was my only full day in the winelands.  I showed up at Anthonij Rupert right when they opened, and they were able to “squeeze me in”.  Honestly this confused me, as there was literally no one else there when I arrived, though I’m sure later in the day would have been booked.

Anthonij Rupert is a historic name in the area, and the grounds are beautiful and quite expansive…you could definitely spend plenty of time just relaxing here.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - the beautiful grounds of Anthonij Rupert

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Anthonij Rupert

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This is a perfect example of why you don’t want to be totally overscheduled.  My wonderful tasting guide, Reuben, gave me lots of history and real discussion of the wines.  He peer pressured me into staying way past when I’d planned, and called Le Pommier to push back my booked tasting.

In addition to nibbling on some cheeses, I started with a Semillon, which had a scent that punched me in the face with peaches and tropical notes, but then tasted totally different.  Their Chenin Blanc was their style of Chardonnay (fine but less to my taste).

Then I tried the Cinsault, which was delicious and complex (one of the only reds I really loved in the area). I also tried their Pinot Noir and a Cab Franc.  Reuben gave me recommendations for some of his favorite wineries, including Bartinney (which I decided to try out).

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Anthonij Rupert

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Anthonij Rupert

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a tasting at Anthonij Rupert

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Le Pommier Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

Next up was Le Pommier, where I’d booked ahead for a wine and South African food pairing.  It was difficult to figure out where to go at first, but then I found the right spot.  Unfortunately the outside patio was booked up (though…no one was there??), so I sat right inside but open walls and a little view, with beautiful sunlight and breeze.

I found the service lacking here overall, which made this a less special experience.  I wasn’t offered water (I’d just make sure you have a huge bottle with you) and I waited quite a while before they came out to talk to me.  What they provided on tasting notes or background information was quite perfunctory, a contrast to what I’d just experienced at Anthonij Rupert.

When I booked, I had confirmed they could offer a food pairing tweak due to dietary restrictions but they forgot, and so I just got double of one of the dishes.  The food itself was delicious and the wines were nice enough.  I had the Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé, Chardonnay (surprisingly pleasant for this Chardonnay-hater), and Cab Franc.  That was paired with chicken pie, bobotie, another chicken pie, and oxtail pate (in order of the wines).

The grounds are beautiful, so I walked around out back to their regular tasting area (vs. their restaurant), which is the last pic below…gorgeous!

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a beautiful day for tasting wine & South African food pairing at Le Pommier

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a beautiful day for tasting wine & South African food pairing at Le Pommier

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - a beautiful day for tasting at Le Pommier

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Bartinney Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

I had wanted to go to Waterford next, but I called and they were completely booked.  So based on where I was located at that moment, I decided to try out Bartinney Wine Estate, on Reuben’s reco.

Finding it was a bit of an adventure…I thought I was following Google Maps but ended up at Camberley instead.  Then I figured out what happened (I had been meant to take the right fork instead of left when turning in…I was just trying to be “driving on the left” compliant).

Once I finally figured it out, I enjoyed a STUNNING long drive up to the tasting room.  Seriously, the setting here is amazing.  It’s owned by the same people who own Plaisir, which we’ll get to later.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - stunning views at Bartinney

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - tasting room at Bartinney

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - stunning views at Bartinney

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I mean, look at that patio!  I just did their “estate tasting”, as there wasn’t as much that floated my boat.  They have a bigger focus on Chardonnays (which, as we’ve established, are not my thing), so I started with two MCC’s.  This is a sparkling wine called Methodoise Cap Classique, using the traditional French champagne method.

They were fine, though I’m not as big of a sparkling wine drinker (the bubbles cause me issues).  I also had a Cabernet that was pretty good.  If I’d fallen in love with any of the wines, I probably would have hung out longer and enjoyed that amazing view.  But I was getting really hungry and so moved along.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - sparkling wine at Bartinney

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - stunning views at Bartinney

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - stunning views at Bartinney

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Tokara Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

As is always the case with me and roadtrips, somehow I screw up lunch planning.  I don’t have a specific place and time in mind (and booked in some cases), so I wander around until quite late, hoping to find something great.

In this case, I ended up stopping at Tokara Deli for a late lunch.  Tokara shows up on many winelands “must visit” lists, but it hadn’t been as high on my personal list.

They had an olive oil tasting and cheese/charcuterie pairing that caught my eye, so I got that (without the ham and ostrich meat) Got the olive oil tasting without the ham and ostrich.  I also got some regular lunch stuff that I’ll speak to on the “where to eat” section below.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - lunch at Tokara

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - Tokara

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Plaisir (or Plaisir de Merle) Wine Estate (Simondium)

What a beautiful setting!  Plaisir de Merle is a bit further out from some of the others (on the fringes of Franschhoek, but considered Simondium), but really only a few extra minutes away.  The estate boasts over 400 years of winemaking history, and an absolutely gorgeous view.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - the beautiful grounds of Plaisir

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - the beautiful grounds of Plaisir

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I was feeling a bit gross and a little “wined out” at this point in the day, so while they offer all sorts of wine tastings, cheese and charcuterie platters, and so much more, I went with their Tempest gin & tonic tasting.

It was exactly the change of pace I needed, and the service was really wonderful and attentive.  I was hitting my late afternoon jet lag dip at that point, so decided it was time to wrap things up and head back to my B&B for some R&R.  Otherwise I could definitely have hung out here for a long time.

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - gin tasting at Plaisir

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - gin tasting at Plaisir

How to plan a trip to South Africa's winelands, including things do in Franschhoek & Stellenbosch - wine tram arriving at Plaisir

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Where to eat & drink in the winelands

As is usually the case, South Africa’s winelands are a foodie heaven in addition to a wine lover’s paradise.  These types of areas are agriculturally-focused in general, and so value quality ingredients and the full experience that food and wine together can bring.

I wished I had more time, because my list of places to try was so long!  So I’ll tell you about where I went, and then I’ll mention some others at the end of the post that I wish I could have stopped at.

Let’s start with coffee!  I started my morning at Clay Culture, a tiny coffee shop tucked away in a lovely shady spot that I’m sure is wonderful in the heat of the day.  The coffee was delicious (they have food too, but I’d already eaten).

I also stopped at nearby Bootlegger Coffee Company and grabbed a great vanilla iced latte for the road.

Things do in Franschhoek - coffee at Clay Culture

Things do in Franschhoek - coffee at Clay Culture

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As I mentioned above, I stopped at Tokara Deli for a late lunch on my only full day in the winelands.  In addition to the delicious olive oil tasting, I got a burger that was pretty good, and the fries were BOMB.

A lot of wineries have restaurants on-site that will serve lunch, or you could go with heavier food and wine pairings like the one I had at Le Pommier.

Things do in Franschhoek - food & wine pairing at Le Pommier

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Now for dinner!  My first night I booked at Arkeste, located at the Chamonix winery (booked via the DinePlan app).  And WOW, was it good!

I had their Chenin Blanc to start, and savored the two types of bread they provided with a lovely kind of hummus-y dip.  They had a special savory baked Alaska that sounded BANANAS, so I had to get it…it had trout, a savory trout meringue, and a smoked salmon ice cream??  Mind blowing.

Then I had the bobotie tartare, which was pretty good.  I switched to their Pinotage (red) wine for my main course of springbok filet.  The pepper in the sauce was a bit overwhelming but the blueberries went well with the meat and the wine paired well (it wasn’t quite as great on its own).  And I finished with gorgonzola ice cream, roasted plums, honeycomb, and a late harvest wine (yummm).

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Arkeste

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Arkeste

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Arkeste

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My second night’s dinner was at Reuben’s (also booked via DinePlan).  It was great overall, but my choice of dishes didn’t serve me quite as well.

They had an interesting gin list so I went with a gin & tonic to start, and got the butternut squash and smoked springbok carpaccio to go with it.

My linefish (which just means “catch of the day”) had a bit of a funky flavor (not from the fish, but how it was prepared)…it was okay, but didn’t totally love it, and I was full.  Then I got the Amarula panna cotta with strawberries and a late harvest wine.  It was pretty good, but I didn’t love the chocolate cookie crumble that came with it.

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Reuben's

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Reuben's

Things do in Franschhoek - a delicious dinner at Reuben's

As far as other places on my list, I wanted to try Fat Butcher (high-end steaks and a great selection of wine), Man’oushe (Lebanese style food), Post & Pepper, and The Table at De Meye (it was totally booked up).  And honestly tons more.  But that list can get you started!

So hopefully you can see how even just a day or two in South Africa’s winelands can be packed with awesome experiences!  There are so many things to do in Franschhoek and Stellenbosch, beautiful wineries to explore, delicious food, and interesting history.

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