The Last Word Franschhoek
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love it, very small and special!!
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... 8211; he believes that vintage has no real place in Cap Classique wines.
Despite his small production, much of which is already sold out, we were delighted that he had kept bottles of his entire range for us to try whilst on his sunny terrace looking over the beautiful vines.
1. Cap Classique Brut Plaisir NV
Pinot Noir and C******nay with a portion of reserve wine. Minimum of 12 months on the lees before ...
... brochure. We tried a chocolate and wine tasting. Not exactly traditional but the chocolates were great and the wine was fine too. We arranged an extra-curricular visit to a winery/ restaurant called La Petite Ferme, that we had heard about from a couple of sources, and the Tripadvisor reviews were spectacular. It was very picturesque but booked-out for ...
... in the afternoon, bliss for all weary travellers included. Needless to say the following 4 days that followed involved sampling the local food and wine of Stellenbosch and nearby Franschoek. Wine in Africaans is 'wyn' and when we found a local real estate agent named 'Wynland' I couldn't help to draw comparison that I was in my homeland! Also thought of all of the Wynne's back home who enjoy property and real estate and figured they may like to ...
... 160;would have loved this. Their equipment mimicd what we have in the US which was exciting to see after all the antiquated equipment we've seen over the past several weeks. After rehab the kiddos wanted a real life coffee break. I think all except me and one student drink coffee religiously and from what they tell me coffee here tastes like "alcohol". So guess what we found? McDonalds! Everyone was so excited for this. At lunch time we went to Manenberg to ...
... In fact, it’s so small that it’s hard to know where the cellar door is. We find it and enter into a tasting room that feels almost medieval. We opt for their premium reserve tasting, which will allow us to taste all of their top wines. Nothing on the list has received lower than 4.5 stars out of five from Platter. This costs us 50 rand each, about four quid. We are not disappointed. We can’t fault anything we try!