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NNEDERBURG WINES, PAARL
Enter the gracious, welcoming gates to Nederburgand you will find a breathtaking blend of the traditional and the contemporary,just like its wines.
Set against the imposing Drakenstein Mountains near Paarl, the winery commandsmagnificent views and lets you imagine how it was in the beginning whenfounder, Philippus Wolvaart, arrived in 1791. His fine manor house, built in1800, overlooks generous lawns and gardens, filled with birdsong and fragrantflowers and shrubs.
Close by is the modern Visitors’ Centre with cosy hubs where visitors can tastefrom a wide selection of award-winning wines and take in the mountainscape orgaze at the vineyards. The tasting centre also offers cheese and wine, icecream and wine, confectionary and sweet wine, and kids’ pairings, as well asdelicious snack boxes.
Cellar tours are also on offer, and need to bepre-booked. Foreign language tour guides could be arranged by priorappointment.
A country-style restaurant called The Red Table is run from the historic manorhouse. Picnics are available during the warmer months and can be enjoyed in thegenerous gardens, under shady trees.
Just a few steps away is the Old Cellar Museum for a fascinating glimpse of theNederburg story, from the early days of Nederburg’s founder Philippus Wolvaartto his successors, including winemaking legends like Johann Graue and GünterBrözel. It was they who developed Nederburg’s reputation as one of the most awardednames in South African wine, maintained today by cellar-master Andrea Freeborough and her team of highly-skilled winemakers.
Don’t leave Nederburg without a visit to the Qhubekabicycle assembly facility, where bicycles are built for distribution tovulnerable South Africans via various Qhubeka-affiliated community programmes.Here you will get to meet master bicycle mechanics Beverley Roode and JanineJohnson of Bicycles & Beyond (BAB), the empowerment organisation thatmanages the facility on behalf of Qhubeka. They are supported in their work byfour previously unemployed ladies from the local communities surroundingNederburg.
Enquire with Nederburg’s friendly staff regarding team-buildingoptions, conferences, meetings, special functions and weddings.
Novisit to Nederburg is complete without a stop at the Visitors’ Centre whereguests can sample a wide selection of Nederburg’s award-winning wines,including the everyday classically-styled The Winemasters wines and specialtyofferings such as the Manor House, Heritage Heroes, Ingenuity, Two Centuries andPrivate Bin collections. The wines can be enjoyed solo (a variety of combinations),or paired with a selection of goat milk cheeses, sweet confectionary and evenice cream. Wine tastings cost R65 a head, while pairings are offered at betweenR65 and R85. Kiddies’ pairings cost R50. Delicious snack boxes with mushroomand brie tartlets, olives and chorizo, melba toast with homemade flavouredbutter, nuts, and salad with haloumi, pickles and sundried tomato, areavailable at R120 per box.
Pre-bookingis advised to avoid disappointment.
Guided tours andOld Cellar Museum
Nederburgoffers informative guided tours of its state-of-the art cellar and other pointsof interest, such as the historic manor house and Old Cellar Museum.
Nederburghas a rich and proud history that dates back to 1791, when Philippus Wolvaartsettled there to build a life and a home. The Old Cellar Museum tells the storyin wonderful artefacts and pictures.
Foreignlanguage guides could be arranged by prior appointment.
Allcellar tours need to be pre-booked by contacting Nederburg.
Tourscost R65 per person and includes a wine tasting.
Manor Housefunctions and events
Nederburg’selegant manor house, home to The Red Table restaurant, can be booked as a venuefor private functions, allowing for a maximum of 82 guests. The dining room canaccommodate 12 guests, the lounge 40 and the music room 30.
Expectofferings such as sparkling wine on arrival;stylishly laid tables, complete with crockery, cutlery, glassware, tableclothsand flowers from Nederburg’s lush gardens; honest and delicious food by The RedTable restaurant, as well as a selection of alcoholic beverages, mineral watersand soft drinks; friendly and well-trained service staff; soothing backgroundmusic to set the mood; and excellent coffee to end off the experience.
Any additionalrequirements such as special flower arrangements, décor and/or the provision ofadditional technical equipment, could also be arranged on your behalf.
Please inform therestaurant team of any special dietary requirements on booking. While thekitchen does make provision for vegetarians, it does prepare meat, seafood,peanuts and gluten products on the premises.
At Nederburg, thehospitability team understands that no two conferences or meetings are thesame, so its offering is tailored to suit your needs.
The NederburgVisitors’ Centre is an exquisitely located, well-quipped, stylish butcomfortable conference and meeting venue with a flexible spatial configurationto suit a variety of needs and group sizes.
It can accommodateguests in a variety of formats, taking up to 45 people seated in a U-shapeformat, 48, seated classroom-style and 80, cinema-style.
Individually, theManor House and Ingenuity rooms can accommodate 20 people in a U-shape format,18, classroom-style and 40, cinema-style. The Winemasters Room can accommodate 20 people in a U-shape, 18,classroom-style and 40, cinema-style.
All these spacesare equipped with data projectors.
While coffee, teaand biscuits are served on arrival, and water, peppermints and stationery onthe tables in the conference rooms as a standard offering, you can choose froma variety of refreshments according to your taste from the menus prepared byThe Red Table restaurant, located in the historic manor house.
Meals can beserved in the conference areas, outdoors (weather permitting) or in the manorhouse.
The Nederburg range is available by the bottle and many ofthe wines are also offered by the glass.
Any additional requirements such as special flower arrangements,décor and/or the provision of additional technical equipment, could also bearranged on your behalf.
Please inform theteam of any special dietary requirements on booking. While the kitchen doesmake provision for vegetarians, it does prepare meat, seafood, peanuts andgluten products on the premises.
Contact detailsand trading hours
Nederburg contact details: Private Bag X3006, Paarl, 7620 | Sonstraal Road, Dal Josafat, Paarl |Tel: +27 21 862 3104 | Fax: +27 21 862 4887 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social media: Facebook.com/nederburg | Twitter.com/nederburg | Instagram.com/nederburgwine | Youtube.com/nederburgwine
Website: Nederburg.com orNederburg.co.za
NederburgVisitors’ Centre and Old Cellar Museum trading hours:
Mondaysto Fridays: 09:00 to 17:00(May to September) (tastings until 16:30)
Mondaysto Fridays: 09:00 to 18:00(October to April) (tastings until 17:30)
Saturdaysand Sundays: 10:00 to 16:00(tastings until 15:30)
Public holidays: 09:00 to17:00 (if over a weekend, weekend hours apply)
Closed on Christmas Day, New Year's Day and GoodFriday.
Scheduled cellartour times:
Mondaysto Fridays: 10:30 and 15:00
Saturdaysand Sundays: 11:00
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