Experience the Best Cape Wines at Kievits Kroon 2017

Experience the Best Cape Wines at Kievits Kroon

Saturday, 24 June – Kanonkop Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

Kievits Kroon is bringing some of the Cape’s top wine estates to the Winelands in Gauteng! Join us for a series of interactive wine tasting evenings with winemakers from these award-winning estates and Experience the Best Cape Wines at Kievits Kroon:

  • Saturday, 24 June – Kanonkop Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)
  • Saturday, 29 July – De Grendel Wines (Durbanville)
  • Saturday, 26 August – Paul Cluver Wines (Elgin)

Bookings are open now and tables are limited. Reserve your table, and take advantage of our accommodation special to turn your evening into a romantic getaway!

The package includes:

  • A 4-course fine dining experience
  • Wine pairing with wines from the estate
  • A complimentary welcome drink

Price: R420.00 per person. *Add luxurious accommodation for the night for just R950 per person sharing.
Terms and Conditions apply.

Diemersfontein has belonged to the Sonnenberg family for three generations, dating back to the early 1940s. David’s grandfather, Max, bought the 183 hectare farm, which lies in the shadow of the majestic Hawekwa Mountains and boasts a panoramic view of both Du Toit’s Kloof and Bains’ Kloof mountain ranges.

Max Sonnenberg, together with his son Richard (Dick), were the co-founders of Woolworths South Africa and also members of Parliament during the Jan Smuts Government. He and his family used Diemersfontein as a country retreat and during the war years, Italian prisoners of war were housed in the farm cottages.

Saturday, 27 May – Diemersfontein Wine Estate (Wellington)

Kanonkop Estate is situated on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in the Stellenbosch Region of the Cape and confidently boasts some of South Africa’s most premium wines.

Kanonkop is a fourth-generation family estate, which was originally purchased by JW Sauer, a cabinet member in the parliament of the Union of South Africa. This estate has since then been handed down from father to son for over 40 years and is now in the talented, capable hands of its current owners Paul and Johann Krige.

The meticulous care of the vineyards at De Grendel allows the grapes to express the environment in which they are grown and their distinctive varietal character. Careful harvesting and gentle handling in the cellar, combined with the winemaker’s passionate practice of their craft, carry the wines throughout the journey from fruit into wine.

The state of the art winery is respectful of the age-old traditions of winemaking yet firmly and uncompromisingly modern in technological advancements, a perfect marriage of old and new.

Cellar Master Charles Hopkins has been at De Grendel for 10 years, since the first wines were produced on the Estate. He was lured to De Grendel from Graham Beck Wines in Franschhoek when Sir David Graaff offered him the opportunity to not only head up winemaking at the new estate, but also to design and build his own cellar.

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