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TravelPod Member ReviewsErica Guesthouse Franschhoek
Nice, clean accommodation, located a short walk from Franschhoek's main street. Staff was friendly, but the place lacked the personal feel that we've found in other South African guesthouses. Accommodations in Franschhoek can be expensive, but Erica Guesthouse represents good value.
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... br> Soft mousse. Very fresh nose of ripe apple. Moorish. Every day bubbly!
2. Cap Classique Brut Reserve NV
52% Pinot Noir, 48% C******nay. 20% reserve wine and 10% of base wine is barrel fermented. A minimum of 30 months on the lees before dégorgement.
More vigorous mousse. Distinct minerality on the nose with some lovely bready notes. Crisp, tight with high acidity on the palate. More apples but with a ...
... between people and animals.
Then we headed to a famous facility Groot Drakenstein Prison from where Nelson Mandela was released in 1990. Since the prison still operates they didn´t let us in without making an appointment in advance.
Vineyards visited in the afternoon:
- Boschendal. No wine tasting because it was already closed. We visited the Manor House (1812) belonging to the vineyard. The De Villiers bought the farm Boschendal ...
... recommended by Kate and it is indeed lovely with great food. However, again due to the rain and cloud, we unfortunately were not able to see the wonderful view - but we knew it was there. :) Jim was given a personal, private tour of their wine making facilities, and got to taste what will be released as their Verdict 2015 vintage. The wineries, breweries and all the tastings were wonderful. We certainly are not lacking ...
... he had not been circumcised. The doctor then asked when he was going to the bush. This was interesting because earlier in the trip, I learned what the bush was and saw one of the places it happened in Langa. Every black male has to go to the bush as a rite of passage when he becomes a man. He stays in a wooded area in a hut for a few weeks. During this time he is circumcised. He is alone most of the time and only sees men when they bring him food. After a ...
... arched stone cave full of barrels, cobwebs hanging thick around us. It’s a trip back in time and we walk and gawk like little children in a candy store. We don’t actually buy anything as we plan to return tomorrow to try the other tasting, the non-reserve tasting and will buy something then.
Off to find our campsite we go. It’s called Otter’s Bend and it’s adorable! It’s basically a pear orchard and ...