Robertson

Wine on the River 2017

Celebrate Robertson Wine Valley in Spring on the banks of the Breede River at the 12th annual Wine on the River festival.

During the weekend of 20 - 22 October 2017, the banks of the Breede River on Goudmyn Farm will come alive with the valley’s esteemed winemakers, local chefs and producers. This picturesque centralized festival gives consumers the opportunity to taste award-winning wines from almost 30 wineries. Unwind, relax and enjoy fresh country air, beautiful scenery and warm spring sunshine with an array of delightful treats, local country cuisines and great music. 

Tierhoek

Private, romantic, self-catering cottages nestled at the foot of the majestic Langeberg mountains near Robertson. Less then 2 hours from Cape Town you can find peace and privacy.

Each cottage is fully equipped and elegantly furnished with a private pool, wide verandahs, indoor and outdoor fireplaces and breathtaking views.

Tierhoek

Le Roux & Fourie Vignerons - Wines

Boutique hand crafted wine of distinction, produced by Johan P Fourie and Le Roux Fourie on the farm Buitenstekloof, Robertson, South Africa

le roux & Fourie

Windfall Winery

Eddie Barlow bought Windfall as Spesbona from Phillip Lourens and later sold it to prominent KZN property developer, Robert Alexander, who has rejuvenated Windfall by restoring dams, replanting vineyards, unearthing new boreholes and establishing Windfall’s boutique cellar. Kobus van der Merwe brings a wealth of experience to his role as winemaker on Windfall with 30 years in the industry, complemented by his passion for winemaking, his zeal for excellence and his determination to discover new, elegant tastes.

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Wederom Winery

In the heart of the Robertson Valley between vineyards and orchards lie the farm Wederom and the Hanepoot Huisies -inviting you to escape to a world where tradition still runs strong. Philip, 4 th generation of the Du Toit family chooses the best fruit from each harvest, resulting in highly individual friendly wines. Almien offers Grandma Zeeman's old family recipes,ensuring unforgettable meals... and with such hospitality, how could one not return again and again..... As our name translates

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Wandsbeck Wines

The original farm Wandsbeck dates back to the early 1800’s, but winemaking only started in 1965. The first families to live on this land were the Watermeyer’s & Erasmus’s. Apparently their ancestors came from Wandsbek in Germany, thus they named their farm Wandsbeck as a token of respect to their heritage.

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Van Zylshof Wine Estate

Van Zylshof is a small family estate situated at Bonnievale in the Robertson wine region, 170km from Cape Town and 70km from the South Atlantic ocean. Wines from this area have become household names both in South Africa and Internationally. We believe in producing limited quantities of hand-crafted, quality wines, using time-honoured methods combined with modern technology to bring out the best in the grapes from the vineyards and capture it in our wines.

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