Tasting Notes – January 2014
Our apple cider is made from...wait for it...apples. That's not unusual for a cider. What is unusual is the fact that we use up to five different varietals of the fruit. And, having the luxury of being [...]
Dewside Restaurant offers an unique dining and beer-tasting experience in Thabazimbi. A small menu ensures that we can offer you tasty, wholesome food that is freshly made, all of which can be enjoyed with one of our craft beers brewed [...]
The 1st of December is a historic day for the farm Plaisir de Merle, set on the scenic Simonsberg Mountains between Paarl and Franschhoek. Not only was the modern cellar completed on this day twenty years ago in 1993, but it is exactly 320 years sinc [...]
The philosophy of Backsberg remains that of providing pleasure and enjoyment to a broad range of wine lovers by producing wines not only with structure and finesse, but with a high level of "drinkability". Simply put, if you find our wines easy to dr [...]
No trip to the Robertson area is complete without a visit to Graham Beck’s impressive Robertson cellar. The tasting facilities are unlike any you’ve experienced before. With its subtle colours, innovative design and sweeping vistas, our Robertson [...]
Groot Constantia’s revered history tells us how a man’s love of wine established the first wine farm in South Africa. By going back 300 years, we come to understand how 891 morgen of land created the origins of the South African wine industry, an [...]
Hidden Valley has a rich history, and combined with its commitment to “working with nature” as a proud member of the BWI, Hidden Valley has a fascinating story.
Driven by our philosophy of sacrificing quantity over quality, as well as our [...]
Wines: Laborie wine farm is situated on the foothills of Paarl Mountain and has produced many award winning still, sparkling and fortified wines.
Harvest Restaurant: Our restaurant, Harvest at Laborie, is the canvas upon which internationally accl [...]
Val du Charron Wine & Olive Estate and Guesthouse is located on a working farm in the heart of the Bovlei valley, ten minutes from the town of Wellington and under an hour’s drive from Cape Town.
Val du Charron (Valley of the Wagonmakers) is [...]