Delheim Estate, the wine legend on the foot of the Simonsberg, is set to ring in the new vintage with their popular Start of Harvest Celebration, which promises a wine-derful weekend of Winelands entertainment.
Delheim is one of the first Stellenbosch wine estates to stomp in the annual harvest in high spirits and this year the stalwart will get its grapes groove on for young and old to experience real life on a working wine farm. During this two-day merriment, the amicable Sperling family invites visitors to share in a ‘feast of their fruitage’, which ranges from an amusing grape stomping competition to relaxed, al fresco dining at the Harvest Table.
The harvest high jinks starts at noon, on both days, when guests are greeted with a glass of fermenting grape must and a sweet ‘mosbolletjie’, a traditional harvest treat, to toast the new vintage. Grapes harvested on the day will also be out for sampling for enthusiasts to get an early taste of Delheim’s forte, all amidst the drone of working tractors.
Lunch will be served in the picnic area at the river’s edge, where a buffet table, brimming with country deliciousness, will entice friends and families to spread their blankets and chill out under the shade of towering oaks.
The Delheim Start of Harvest Celebration also offers a good dose of laughter with its mushy grape stomping contest, which sees colourful teams of all shapes and sizes, stomping their hearts out to produce the most juice. Fantastic prizes are up for grabs for the winning team, bravest spirits, and best dressed on the day.
“Not that you need an excuse to visit Delheim this summer, but if you are looking for a wine harvest where the Winelands comes alive with a genuine feeling of Gemütlichkeit, then Delheim’s Start of Harvest Celebration is a sensational one,” shares Charlotte Terblanche, the estate’s Destination Manager.
Tickets are limited to 120 adults per day. Your ticket includes all the activities and food on the day; a Delheim wine glass, and live music entertainment. Pre-bookings are advised to avoid disappointment and remember to pack a hat, blanket and sunscreen. Delheim will sell their quirky T-shirts on the day.
For more information on the Delheim Start the Harvest or to book your spot contact Wilma at the restaurant on Tel: 021 888 4607 or 079 7353257, or send an email to email@example.com.
Delheim Estate is located in the Simonsberg sub-region of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, on the Knorhoek Road, off the R44.
At Up the Creek everyone comes together. The usually quiet campsite close to Swellendam will once again be transformed into a slightly surreal spot of revelry, raging rock and soulful tunes, performances from another planet and shenanigans of the type you can only pull off when you`re safely tucked in next to the mighty Breede River for four days. No VIP nonsense. No pretence. No cliques. Just a beautiful river; three epic stage; thirty awesome live bands and some of our country’s coolest comedy acts.
The well-loved r&b/pop group The Rockets is to perform as part of the Garden Theatre Picnic Series at the Afrikaanse Taalmonument in Paarl on Friday 27 January 2017. The picnic series is held in aid of the Laat ons lees! reading project for children.
The Rockets are multiple SAMA nominees who have topped many radio station and official charts. Their Afrikaans hits, “Namakwa Daisy” and “Ek is Lief Vir Jou”, are receiving extensive airplay. They have supported many international acts in South Africa and have performed in Australia, the Middle East and Africa.
The show begins at 19:30 in the Garden Theatre, located on the lawn right at the foot of the monument. The gates open at 17:00. Visitors are welcome to bring their own drinks (no glass) and picnic basket or they can order one (at R250 for two persons or R350 with a basket included) from Volksmond Coffee Shop (tel. 021 863 2800). Volksmond will be open for coffee, beer, wine and light refreshments.
Tickets are pre-sold at Computicket and the Taalmonument, at R100 for adults and R30 for children under 13 year. No smoking or chairs are allowed in the Garden Theatre. Remember to bring a blanket or cushion and warm clothes. Safe parking is available and access is controlled.
The Picnic concert series also include performances by Arno Carstens and Refentse (2 December 2017), Picnic on Fire (30 December 2016), Coenie de Viliers, Hemelbesem en Yoma (6 January 2017), a Valentine’s Concert (with artists including André Schwartz on 14 February 2017), Bobby van Jaarsveld (24 February 2017), Amanda Strydom and Jak de Priester (10 March 2017) and Die Heuwels Fantasties (31 March 2017). For more information, call 021 863 0543/4809 or visit www.taalmonument.co.za and www.facebook.com/afrikaansetaalmonument.
Littlegig, the world’s only all-inclusive 24-hour festival, returns to Wiesenhof Farm in Stellenbosch from 28-29 January 2017 with a progressive line-up of highly coveted experiences spanning international music, food tastings, fine art, fashion and design. It’s the first festival of its kind to include access to carefully handpicked events, food and accommodation in the ticket price.
“If the first Littlegig 24h Festival moved you, the next one will be transporting,” says founder and curator Georgia Black. “We’ve gone all out to source people doing the most interesting things with music, food, wine and design; all in the spirit of open-minded curiosity and creative expression. And we’re keeping the festival small and intimate, which is key to the Littlegig experience!
Headlining the foodie front is the wonder chef behind Copenhagen’s Alchemist restaurant, Rasmus Munk. Other stars include German electronic violinist Seth Schwarz, globetrotting DJ Captain Planet and internationally acclaimed South African music producer Culoe de Song.
Other festival highlights include a dance floor on a basketball court, a hair and make-up salon, a forest banquet, live bands, wine tastings, chef-and-farmer tasting experiences, a beautiful lake for swimming and a concept store filled with unique festival fashion.
Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town you’ll find the family owned wine estate, Jason’s Hill Private Cellar, which is also the venue for the not-to-be missed Jason’s Hill Makietie Outdoor Music Show on Saturday, 28 January 2017. Look forward to an explosive line up of SA’s finest performers.
So many of us have grown up listening to her heart felt music and now you get the chance to see much loved Afrikaans performer, Laurika Rauch, live. She will be joined on stage by Loki Rothman for part of her performance. Completing this fabulous line up is Potchefstroom native Bouwer Bosch and Cape Town based musician Gerald Clark. An evening which is guaranteed to get you up on your feet and dancing the night away.
Look forward to some of their popular songs as well as a few new ones.
Relax and unwind on the estate’s immaculate lawns whilst the kids run around and take in the natural surroundings before the show starts at 6pm (gates open at 4pm). And to ensure you don’t hungry or thirst delicious food and refreshments will be available to purchase at the venue on the day. Secure and free parking is available on the property.
Tickets cost R180 per person and can be purchased directly from Computicket.
For more information contact Jason’s Hill Private Cellar on 023 344 3256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The oak-lined streets of Stellenbosch will be invaded by a colourful community of winemaking charismatics on uniquely adorned ‘chariots’ on Saturday, January 28. The annual Harvest Parade comes to this most prominent town of South African wine to usher in the grape harvest season with convivial cheer.
The memorable Stellenbosch Harvest Parade also pays homage to the people behind this labour of love and especially the invaluable contribution of South Africa’s farm workers. This proud Stellenbosch procession traditionally includes merry marching bands, inimitable Cape minstrels, drum majorettes and – the highlight of this harvest high jinks – a flotilla of bold and beautifully decorated tractors, trailer and trucks. The troupe represents participating wineries and will meander its way through the streets to bring unique Stellenbosch gees (spirit) to the season’s toil.
“Our Harvest Parade recognises the work of thousands of men and women responsible for sustaining the wine industry in Stellenbosch,” says Stellenbosch Wine Routes Manager Elmarie Rabe. “At the same time, it marks the start of the grape-picking season’s hustle-and-bustle that will again yield the award-winning wines responsible for making Stellenbosch world-renowned.
“Just to see the colourful convoy of big smiles and bright tractors gives one goose-bumps. And it makes me tremendously proud to be part of such a wonderful winemaking region and heart-warming tradition,” she adds.
The Stellenbosch Harvest Parade is a celebration of the very essence of a vibrant and eclectic “Stellies” and should not be missed. Among the participating wineries that will set out to paint the town red in their unique way are Simonsig, Lanzerac, Waterford, L’Avenir, Eikendal, Alto, Neethlinghof, Kleine Zalze Wines, Hill & Dale and Delheim.
“Show me a product made by many people’s hard work, sweat and knowledge that can be enjoyed now or after a decade amongst friends and family, and still leave one amazed by the flavours and taste,” declares Delheim winemaker Altus Treurnicht.
“For me, the Harvest Parade highlights how the making of wine begins long before fruit arrives at the cellar and wine goes into the bottle. The occasion reflects the vibe and excitement for harvest and what the new vintage will bring us.”
The Stellenbosch Harvest Parade, presented in conjunction with the Stellenbosch Municipality, gets underway on 28 January from 9am. It will be followed by a harvest blessing ceremony at the town hall in Plein Street at 10am. It signals the start of the Stellenbosch Wine Festival presented by Pick ‘n Pay, which takes place at the Coetzenburg sports grounds from 24 to 26 February. Don’t miss any of the wine festival action and buy tickets now at www.webtickets.co.za. For more information visit www.wineroute.co.za; contact Tel: 021 886 8275, or send an email to email@example.com. Also follow @StellWineRoute on Twitter and Instagram (stellenboschwine).
Hope @ Paul Cluver Season 4 where, with family and friends, you can still pack a picnic and GATHER TOGETHER for an evening of entertaining concerts at the one of its kind magical, woodlands theatre on Paul Cluver Wine Estate in Elgin.
Not to be missed, Hope @ Paul Cluver offers the golden circle Sensational Summer Concerts, by legendary artists.
Your ticket ensures an intimate experience with your favorite artists Elvis Blue 28 January and Watershed 25 February. Die Koningin van die Woude – Karen Zoid, McCully workshop have already graced the stage and wowed their audiences and this Saturday, The Parlotones with their packed out audience will be bursting through the tree tops into the heavens above with the anticipated, enigmatic entertainment.
The artists are ensuring that the profit from this season will top all other seasons by investing their own time in promoting their concert and keeping costs to a minimum. The profit from each ticket sold is going directly to Thembalitsha Foundation’s Village of Hope – a safe haven for children at risk, Educare Grabouw – empowering the community to nurture youngsters through their early years and ThembaCare – the only In Patient Hospice in Grabouw. Thembacare, celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, ensures the community receives home based care and provides HIV, TB and non-communicable disease testing (Diabetes) and Counselling through their mobile testing unit.
Opportunities are being created for up-and-coming South African talent to be showcased alongside established artists in the opening acts including Lee-Ron Malgas and Emma Van Heyn.
Visit Hope.org.za for full venue and programme details / Follow @HopePaulCluver on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
firstname.lastname@example.org and call 021 852 3425 or 082 682 4209.
Regarded as one of South Africa’s leading wine destinations, the Valley’s finest wineries will be showcasing their top summer wines at this exclusive event. Wine lovers will have the opportunity to browse at their leisure or engage with the winemakers. To ensure you don’t go hungry visitors will be able to purchase mouth-watering deli-style food.
Relax and unwind, taking in the scenery of the valley as live entertainment ensures an unforgettable experience throughout the day. Get ready for a high summer celebration at this year’s Franschhoek Summer Wines at Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards. Come and taste the Franschhoek Vignerons’ choice for summer. White, rosé, Méthode Cap Classique and light reds – all will be revealed on the day!
The wines have been handpicked by the winemakers to complement the hot summer days. Pair your favourites with delicious food from the rotisserie kitchen, as you relax on the veranda or the sprawling lawn with panoramic views of the valley. Live entertainment completes what promises to be a perfect day out in the winelands.
Keeping things cool, dress elegantly in white.
Tickets are available from www.webtickets.co.za. This includes a wine glass and a tasting of all the wines on show between 12pm and 5pm.
For more info contact the Franschhoek Wine Valley offices on 021 876 2861 or email email@example.com.
* 2017 dates to be confirmed * A boutique event stretching over 2 months, offering wine aficionados and budding vintners a chance to experience the magic of harvest for a day – without having to quit their day jobs! Guests can look forward to grape picking, bunch sorting, stomping your own grapes, grape vs wine Tasting, harvest market, vineyard tractor trips, must tasting * Brandy blending experience, wine tasting by horse cart … and much more. Groups are small and intimate to ensure that you have the very best hands-on experience and all activities need to be pre-booked.
Guests can look forward to: * Grape Picking * Bunch Sorting * Stomping your own grapes * Grape vs Wine Tasting * Harvest Market * Vineyard Tractor Trips * Must tasting * Wine blending experience * Wine tasting by Horse Cart … and much more
Calling ALL lovers, friends, families, and lovely family friends to a sacred and fun evening where we CELEBRATE THE HEART ♥
* Yoga Class offered by Ryan Gary Edmonds with a FOCUS on the heart, and self appreciation
* A special blessing ceremony
* Gratitude meditation
* And ending off with a SUNSET PICNIC (wine included!!)
… the yoga will be simple, and we will do some fun partner work with friends and loved ones – even new friends will be made!!
VENUE: Buffalo field, Lourensford Estate
BRING: Mat/towel (Mats for hire), a picnic blanket and a delicious picnic basket with LOVELY food and decadent treats 🙂
LOVE OFFERING: R120 pp
…… JOIN US FOR A CELEBRATION OF LOVE IN ALL ITS FORMS ♥
The 2017 Horses for Causes Charity Race Day will be held on Saturday 11th February at Kenilworth Racecourse and is expected to be hugely popular with the public. Not only does the 2017 event promise to be bigger and better than the 2016 inaugural event, it also promises to greatly benefit the 12 participating charities by bringing awareness to their causes as well as the actual donations they will receive after the event.
The Horses for Causes Charity Race Day is packed with activities for all ages and promises to be a fun-filled day the whole family can enjoy. In its second year, the Horses for Causes Charity Race Day is expected to become even more popular as its affordable, offers a day packed with entertainment and benefits a good cause.
There will be eight excitement-filled horse races with spectacular entertainment programme highlighting the work of the NGOs at intervals between races. Wheelchair dancing displays, mini rugby, mini soccer, mini cricket on an inflatable field, craft activities, musical acts, a fashion show and much, much more.
Treat yourself to delicious craft beers in the new craft beer tent or have a relaxing wine tasting.
Corporate hospitality tables are on offer in three upmarket rooms in the Kenilworth Grandstand, so be sure to book your spots to rub shoulders with some of SA’s sporting heroes and celebrities as well as get your bids in for auction items.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org should your business wish to get involved in this great initiative or donate items to auction.
Participating NGO beneficiaries:
The Chaeli Campaign- www.chaelicampaign.co.za
JAG Foundation – www.jagfoundation.org.za
Kronendal Music Academy – www.kmahoutbay.org
The Sunflower Fund – www.sunflowerfund.org.za
Lucky Lucy Foundation – www.luckylucy.org
JP21 Project – www.jp21project.co.za
Sporting Chance- http://www.sportingchance.co.za/
Cart Horse Protection Association – http://carthorse.org.za/
Thrive Hout Bay – www.thrive.org.za
Santa Shoebox Project- www.santashoebox.co.za
SA Jockey Academy – www.saja.co.za
The Western Cape Grooms School Trust
Tying in with the month of love, the theme for the day will be Rocking Red so whip out your red clothes and accessories and get down to Kenilworth Race Course.
Celebrate the magic of love at Rhebokskloof Wine Estate
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
R675 per couple includes:
* Movie tickets
* A romantic picnic for two
* Hay bale seating
* A bottle of wine or grape juice
* Two Rhebokskloof branded wine glasses
17:00 – Gates open
18:00 – Picnic collection
19:30 – Movie starts
Cash bar available. Please note no own food or beverages allowed. Bring your own picnic blankets and cushions.
Bookings: email@example.com / 021 869 8386
Die kykNET Buite Ekspo / Expo is ‘n Lewendige Buitelewe ekspo met uitstallers van buitelewe produkte en gesinne wat by die oord kampeer. Die Gesinsnaweek gaan gepaard met lekker aktiwiteite vir die hele familie in ‘n veilige plaas atmosfeer. Die kykNET Buite Ekspo /Expo is gemik op die buitelewe mark met alles vanaf Kamptoerusting, 4 x 4 Voertuie, Motorfietse, Kano’s, Bote, Jag toerusting, Visvang toerusting, Bestemmings, 4 x 4 Toebehore, Sportwinkels, Buitelewe publikasies en vele meer.
* 2017 dates to be confirmed * The French celebrate the Fetes des Vendanges; the Italians their Festa dell’Uva, while in the lush Durbanville valley the winemakers celebrate the fruits of their labour with the annual Feast of the Grape.
Join in the fun as local wineries from the Durbanville Wine Valley celebrate the harvest season at its annual Feast of the Grape.
Harvesting the bounty of the vineyards is regarded as one of the most important moments in the making of good wine. This event marks the end of the grape harvest and the arrival of autumn with a weekend feast filled with an array of activities and an abundance of seasonal wines to taste.
The bumper festival offers visitors the complete package from superb wine, live entertainment, to nonstop kiddies’ entertainment. Old school games will keep young and old entertained throughout the day, and kids can look forward to a jumping castle, face painting and so much more. While the kids are having fun the adults can sip and sample superb wines from the 11 wineries on show from the Durbanville region. Try your hand at grape stomping, milking a dairy cow, be amazed at the latest and greatest on offer at the tractor exhibition or simply browse the stalls for delectable local produce on offer. Local restaurants will ensure you’re kept well fed throughout the day.
What better way to celebrate and feast on the bounties of the Durbanville Wine region.
* 2017 dates to be confirmed * Woordfees, the literary and art festival of the University of Stellenbosch has made quite a name for itself since its inception in 2000, and attracts students as well as art and literature enthusiasts from all over the country. Not only is the Woordfees a celebration of South African written, visual and performing arts – a celebration of the word in all its expressions – it is also a celebration of Stellenbosch: the streets of central Stellenbosch get flooded with visitors and public spaces as well as restaurants and pubs are temporarily converted into improvised art theatres, galleries and concert venues. With a focus on Afrikaans, the Woordfees also features works in other African languages, Dutch and Flemish.
Flock to the Paarl rock – the biggest in the Winelands, for the OmmiBerg “Round the Rock” festival: a daylong indulgence in sweetly seductive part-fermented wine, sumptuous savoury treats, live music and ambient tranquillity at participating wine farms in Paarl.
Harvest season is a special time in this award-winning wine region and participating farms will host fun harvest activities for young and old to give visitors a glimpse into the magic of winemaking. Wine lovers can revel in the opportunity to be amongst the first to taste the young, unfiltered wines from the 2017 harvest. These wines can only be tasted in Paarl, and if the region’s past performances at the South African Young Wine Show are anything to go by, visitors will be in for a rare treat.
OmmiBerg offers a variety of activities to ensure a fun-filled day for all around Paarl Rock – so book your ticket at www.webtickets.co.za @ R120.00 for over 18’s today. Tickets will be available on the day at the gates of participating wineries @ R150.00 per person for a Festival Pass, which includes entry to the event, stylish tasting glass, free participation of events as indicated. Kids under 18 accompanied by an adult enter for free.
Visit www.ommiberg.co.za for a complete programme and follow us on @paarlwineroute.
Diemersfontein Wine Estate is famous for their annual Pinotage On Tap festival, and every year our very loyal patrons beg us to host a similar event with white wines. Well, we’ve paid attention and we’re proud to announce that the second “White Wines on Tap” event will take place on 4 March 2017 at Diemersfontein Wine & Country Estate.
This is a one day festival, whereby ticket holders get spoilt from start to finish with an abundance of white wine – literally served from the barrels and ON TAP – and splendid live music whilst lounging about in the most beautiful Manor House gardens. Food (not included in the ticket) will be sold by selected vendors.
Tickets can be booked at firstname.lastname@example.org
It seems appropriate that we celebrate Khayamandi 75th Anniversary in a series of concerts, Umbiyozo (The celebration). We’d like to invite you to join us in celebrating this important milestone of our community in the way The MustardSeed knows best, through music, there will be food and wine! The word “umbiyozo” means “celebration” in the African language of isiXhosa. This show supposed to be happy and cheerful. The motivation to the celebration is the Khayamandi 75th Anniversary. We are celebrating the MustardSeed way, through songs and dance. The concerts are made up of 3 components; Music (variety), Food (Xhosa food) and wine (welcoming drinks).
Dates: 15 December 2016, 16 February 2017 and 09 March 2017, Time: 19:00 – 22:00 Venue: The Shed (Santa Road, off Annandale Road – Stellenbosch Waldorf School), GPS: -33.986772, 18.793608 Ticket: R200.00 available at Quicket (for all ten events R1800.00) Vocalists: Sibongiseni Wani, Wendy Matimba, Aviwe Mabesi, Bonga Boyce, Lwando Ngxola, Asange Yanta, Bongani Boyce, Siyamthanda Mcelu, Sivuyile Ntsunguzi, Thandi Mrali, Zizipho Gamede, & Mfundo Gxagxisa Band: Keys: Stephan Bezuidenhout, Drums: Daniel Botha, Bass: Melvin Williams, Guitar: Philip Vermeulen
These concerts aim to raise funds for Lokxion Foundation and The Living Arts Foundation (LAF). Lokxion foundation will receive 80% and LAF will receive 20% of the funds raised after deduction costs of the concerts.
Lokxion Foundation showcases and celebrates life in the townships surrounding Stellenbosch through Sport and Performing Arts. Our vision is to create opportunities to discover talent amongst township youth and to give them a platform to grow. We believe that through sport and the performing arts vulnerable young people are given essential life skills – self – confidence, leadership opportunities, respect for themselves and their peers, positive and healthy life choices and, ultimately, a sense of purpose.
The Living Arts Foundation (LAF) a NPC that’s vision is to uplift and connect the Stellenbosch community. Sisonke Social Circus is a project run under the umbrella of LAF and embodies what change we would like to see in our community. Integration, respect, growth and play!
Vrede en Lust Estate, one of the oldest working wine farms of the Cape, would like to invite you to bless the harvest and celebrate what the earth has given us in abundance! This 328 year old, family-owned and managed, wine farm with its rich history and romantic atmosphere are known to leave guests with a sense of tranquility and connected to the wheel of life. This festive family day will take place in Vrede en Lust’s beautiful gardens under the farm’s ancient oak trees in front of the historic Manor House.
09:00 – 10:00 Grape picking from our luscious vineyard
(Please pre-book for this event via email at email@example.com.)
10:00 Gates open with registration at Historic Cellar
(Receive a wine glass, tasting coupon and a welcome drink)
10:00 – 11:00 Grape stomping
(Experience the harvest at its most basic, we guarantee this event to be loads of fun!)
11:30 Fruit & Wine Pairing SLOT 1
13:30 Fruit & Wine Pairing SLOT 2
• Presented by winemakers Susan Erasmus and Karlin Nel, this experience will leave you pleasantly surprised. Enjoy our delicate pairings and discover new flavours in our award-winning wines.
• Please pre-book your slot at registration as we work on a first-come first- served basis.
• We only have 40 seats available per session.
• This event is not open for persons under the age of 18.
Traditional to our harvest, Federweisser and Mosbolletjies will be served at 12:00 to all our guests free of charge. Be sure not to miss this!
Bubbly Bar | Adult games like Giant Jenga, Noughts & Crosses, Boules, & Crouquet | Kids entertainment area. (Please bring swimwear and towels).
Picnic baskets can be pre-booked at R275 per basket (serves 2) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets available at Webtickets @ R150 per person*
*Includes a wine glass, tasting coupons and a welcome drink.
Additional coupons and glasses will for sale at registration.
Please visit www.vredeenlust.co.za to view our disclaimer and rules of our kiddies entertainment area.
* 2017 dates to be confirmed * The Melck family will once again be hosting their annual Harvest Festival at Muratie Estate in Stellenbosch. The festival, which takes place under the ancient oaks that guard this historic wine estate, is a celebratory family event featuring good food, fine wine, great company, live music and lots of fun stomping the newly harvested grapes.
On arrival you are welcome to join in the grape-stomping, attend an informal private tasting by winemaker Hattingh de Villiers at 12h00 or you can taste the Muratie wines at your own leisure in the wine tasting centre. Thereafter you will enjoy a long lazy alfresco lunch accompanied by Muratie’s well-loved wines. The harvest lunch, prepared by Muratie’s Farm Kitchen, will include gourmet burgers, salmon sandwiches, samoosas, spring rolls and a vegetarian quiche. Then relax and savour a memorable afternoon of live music performed by the popular Kitchen Jammin Blues Band.
There are enchanting places where one can escape life’s hustle and bustle, and Muratie is one of those magical treasures. Hidden away in the exquisite Knorhoek valley, with a perfect view of Table Mountain, Muratie is as old as history itself, with its almost tangible unique old world ambience. The passion for preserving the estate’s rich centuries old heritage is captured in every nook and cranny of this family farm. Beautiful old Cape Dutch buildings, crumbling statues, antique wine-making equipment, and the quaint tasting room with its cobwebs, stained glass windows and art, are all set in a secret garden, a lush green haven of peace and tranquillity.
Festival-goers must please book their tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
For further information contact Jean-Mari Strauss at Muratie on 021 865 2330 or email@example.com.