1-4 June – Wacky Wine Weekend - Robertson Wine Valley
The Robertson Wine Valley’s fourteenth annual Wacky Wine Weekend showcases more than 40 wine and tourism vendors in this popular family-friendly event. Warm up with your loved ones and enjoy award-winning wines, live music, outdoor sports, arts & craft stalls, with delectable food options and other exciting activities. Whether you’re a fun-seeker, novice or wine connoisseur, there is something for everyone at Wacky Wine Weekend! Tickets are available through WebTickets and cost R150 per person.
We have all been waiting patiently for summer to arrive, and with the warm weather and festivities just around the corner we cannot keep these exciting upcoming events to ourselves any longer!
Spring is upon us, which means it's time to celebrate and enjoy being outdoors again, soaking up the sunshine. Take a look below at some exciting events which will be taking place this September in and around Cape Town.
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5th March - Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2016
A highlight on the South African social calendar for the sixth year, this day of splendor is set to take place at South Africa’s first and only wine and polo estate – Val de Vie Estate, on Saturday 5 March. The event offers a luxurious day out for the stylish polo lover. South Africa’s most renowned polo event, the annual Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo in Association with Bentley has after five years firmly established itself as one of the most prestigious events on the South African calendar.
Tickets Cost: R200, R950 or R4000 for VIP. Contact us HERE for more details.
1. Terroir at Kleine Zalze
Cuisine: Refined and uncompromisingly delicious.
Menu: à la carte/Daily Board Menu
Average Cost: R190 for a main course.
Ambience: Refined and relaxed, under oak trees overlooking a golf course.
Open: Lunch, Mon-Sun. Dinner, Mon-Sat.
There is a perfect balance at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, not only in their wines, but also in their appreciation of the classic Cape Dutch farm house style, now mixed with modern artwork, sculptures and architecture.
The Cape Dutch influence is the first glimpse you receive of the farm after passing through the gate, driving down the long driveway through the expansive vineyards. A classic bright white structure leaps out behind a small dam, this national monument is the Manor House, proudly presented for the Owner of the farm.
For those of you who have read some of our previous blog posts, you might remember that our very first post was on the Robertson Wine Region. We received fantastic feedback on it, reaching over 3500 readers worldwide, many of which unexpectedly were from the US.
La Clé Des Montagnes, “The Key To The Mountains” when translated from French is a name without hyperbole. For that is what you see when you open the door with the mystery key, a large old fashion key that nobody knew which door it opened, when the property was first obtained. After methodically testing many doors the key clicked in the lock, and through the frame exposed a picture of the spectacular Drakensberg Mountain range and hence the name La Clé Des Montagnes.
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