Le Manoir de Brendel Estate
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- Swimming pool
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... nice meats, cheese, quiche and curried fish.
And still the day was far from over. Off we had to trot to our third venue for the day, Rickety Bridge.
The Franschhoek wine estate, Rickety Bridge, has a winemaking history dating back to the 17th century. It was once part of the original La Provence farm granted to the first French Huguenots. Over the years, La Provence was subdivided and in 1797 the land that is now known ...
... home in time for Christmas! Lovely - something to look forward to! Then we went to Warwick for our 'picnic in a pod' and had a very lovely lunch and a very nice (and super cheap!) bottle of white wine - followed by a snooze in the sun by the lake! Then we went up into the vineyard to try the estates wine and got to see just how vast the vineyards are - very ...
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... every mom and pop hoping to make a fortune in wine making, often leading to some suspect results.
My Wyn was actually closed today, but since we were in the area we thought we'd still drive up the hill, just in case, and upon seeing us, the owner still arranged a brief tour and tasting, though he was obviously very busy preparing for the upcoming harvest. If this was the Okanagan, we could buy as much wine as we could carry, but being in ...
... Fairview cheeses. This winery was the first one in South Africa to make cheese from goats milk. This winery is owned by the Back family who bought part of the current property in 1916. Wine was produced here in early as 1699! The first Fairview labelled bottle was sold in 1974.
After watching the goats for a few minutes and photographing the garden we were ready to taste. Inside and to the left of the entry is the deli - I could see lots of ...