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  • Five Fun Itinerary Ideas - Cape Winelands

    It's the start of the summer season in South Africa and that means it's the time of year that visitors from the UK make their way to the Cape Winelands. Here are five must do's to add to any itinerary when visiting Franschhoek and Stellenbosch.

    Picnics at Mont Rochelle

    In addition to the Country Kitchen and Miko Restaurant, Mont Rochelle offers delicious picnics baskets. Two adults can share a basket that includes cheeses, charcuteries, salads, wraps and more (especially the delicious dessert). Kids under 12 receive their own basket with a child-appropriate menu.

    For more information, visit Mont Rochelle's website here.

    MCC and canapes at Le Lude

    We always have time for bubbles and the perfect spot to enjoy a tasting of Method Cap Classique is at Le Lude in Franschhoek. Their enchanting and beautiful setting complements their wonderful wines and their canape tasting is definitely worth trying. Le Lude offers three canape options, including a selection for vegetarians.

    The rose garden at Le Lude

    While at Le Lude, make sure you take in their glorious rose garden and the views across the surrounding Franschhoek mountains.

    For more information, visit Le Lude's website here.

    Find Wine and Food Pairing at GlenWood

    The tranquil setting at GlenWood is the perfect backdrop for a very innovative tasting experience. On arrival, you will be presented with a specifically designed tasting palette offering six tastings that compliment six of GlenWood's wines. After tasting, select your lunch main course from your favourite tasting and a glass of wine to accompany it.

    GlenWood Fine Wine and Food Experience

    You will not be disappointed by this perfectly planned and prepared tasting! The exquisite wines and the delicious meals accompanying them are not to be missed.

    Learn more on the GlenWood website here.

    Horseback Wine Tasting at Rickety Bridge and Mont Rochelle

    This is one for the horse lovers among us! Beginner or advanced, this experience will be one you thoroughly enjoy.

    The wine tasting on horseback experience begins at Paradise Stables and lasts around four hours. You pass GlenWood and ride towards Rickety Bridge where you will stop for a wine tasting. After that, it's back on the horses and on to Mont Rochelle for another wine tasting.

    Horseback wine tour stopping at Rickety Bridge

    Such beautiful vistas surround you on this unique tasting and excellent wines await you at each stop. You will be so pleased you included this on your itinerary.

    For more information, visit Paradise Stables' website here.

    Duck Parade and Saturday Market at Vergenoegd

    The very first vineyard at the start of the Stellenbosch Winelands, closest to Cape Town, is the Vergenoegd Low Wine Estate. Along with very good wines, they also have a very novel parade by their pest controlling Indian Runner Ducks a few times a day.

    Vergenoegd Duck Parade

    Each Saturday, Vergenoegd hosts a market from 9am until 3pm, offering crafts, food, beverages, wine tastings and live entertainment. If fitness is your thing, then why not start Saturday off with an early morning run at 8am, hosted by Vergenoegd.

    For more information on these and other activities offered by Vergenoegd, visit their website here.

    There are so many other activities to enjoy when visiting the Cape Winelands. Are there any others you are looking forward to when visiting? Let us know and we can feature those on an upcoming blog post.

  • GlenWood Vineyards' Recent Awards

    On Thursday, 4 October and Saturday, 6 October, DP Burger of GlenWood Vineyards in Franschhoek, South Africa will be hosting events with Hard To Find Wines in celebration of GlenWood's award-winning wines.

    To give some perspective on how excellent their wines are, here are some of GlenWood Vineyards' recent awards.

     


     

     

     Glenwood - Chardonnay - Vigneron's Selection - 2015

    Vigneron’s Selection Chardonnay 2016

    - Decanter World Wine Awards – Silver
    - International Wine and Spirits Competition – Silver
    - South African Wine Index – Platinum (95+)
    - Prescient Chardonnay Report – 92 points
    - Franschhoek Appellation Grand Prestige Status
    - Chardonnay du Monde – Silver
    - Vitis Vinifera – Gold
    - Winemag Chardonnay Report – 92 points

    A bottle of GlenWood Grand Duc Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Grand Duc Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    - SA Terroir Wine Awards – Best in District
    - Platter’s 4.5* (92 points)

    GlenWood Grand Duc Noblesse NV

    Grand Duc Noblesse 2014

    - Winemag Sweet Wine report – 90 points

    Would you like to learn of previous awards won by GlenWood? Take a look at one of our previous blog posts.

    For more information on our upcoming London and Shropshire GlenWood events, visit our blog here. Book your tickets - don't delay!

  • Announcing the GlenWood Event Menu!

    The amazing 7-course menu created by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush for our GlenWood event in Shropshire on Saturday, 6 October has just been released! Here it is, to whet your appetite:

    Canapes
    Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2017
    In-house made biltong with Wrekin Blue on salt and rosemary focaccia croutes
    Ras el hanout chicken with preserved lemon yoghurt and pickled vegetables
    Arancini with Parmesan and salsa verde


     

    Bread
    Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
    In-house made bread with smoked butter and salsa verde


     

    Starter
    Vignerons Selection Chardonnay 2015
    Pumpkin gnocchi served with Pecorino Romano and amaretti biscuits


     

    Mid
    Merlot 2016
    Pressed pork terrine, crackling crumbed quail egg, rosemary and apple jelly
    - Strawberry Field Farm woodland-reared Oxford Sandy and Black pigs -


     

    Main
    Vignerons Selection Shiraz 2015
    Pit-smoked Berber spiced lamb shoulder, vine tomato reduction, pickled vegetables, mint and preserved lemon giant couscous
    - Strawberry Field Farm award-winning Shropshire lamb -


     

    Cheese course
    Grand duc Syrah 2014
    Warm three cheese rarebit with pickled figs


     

    Pudding
    Grand Duc Noblesse NV
    Torta caprese with zabaglione and poached pear sorbet


     

    Buy your tickets now to make sure you secure your place at the table!

    Food and wine pairing: £80 per person
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B: £175 per person

    Or call us on 01746 389 749 or email sales@htfwines.co.uk for more information.

  • Meet GlenWood Vineyards' Cellar Master, DP Burger In Person

    Celebrate GlenWood Wines with Cellar Master, DP Burger, in October!

    Join DP Burger for two exclusive evenings!

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 4 October 2018 in London from 6pm

    An Evening of Food and Wine
    Saturday, 6 October at High Grosvenor in Shropshire from 7pm


    DP Burger has been at GlenWood Vineyards since 1991 and has developed the farm from the start. His family has lived in Franschhoek for five generations. DP's great-great-grandfather witnessed and recorded the departure of the last elephant from the Franschhoek valley in 1868!

    Learn more about DP's history with GlenWood and his passion for wine on another recent blog post.

    A photo of DP Burger, winemaker at GlenWood Vineyards in his cellar


    Venues

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 4 October 2018
    6-9pm
    The Chesterfield Mayfair, London

    An evening of wine tasting and canapés hosted by DP Burger, showcasing the full range of GlenWood wines as well as back vintages.

    The evening will be held at The Chesterfield Mayfair, 35 Charles Street, Mayfair London W1J 5EB starting at 6pm.

    Tickets
    £10 per person

    For here for more information and tickets.


    An Evening of Food and Wine with GlenWood
    Saturday, 6 October 2018
    7pm
    High Grosvenor, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

    Starting at 7pm, DP will introduce GlenWood's wines paired with a carefully planned and prepared menu designed by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush.

    The evening will be held at Hard To Find Wines' Tasting Room with accommodation available in our beautiful, newly renovated 16th Century Tudor house, High Grosvenor, for those who would like the option of accommodation on-site. Contact us for details of other nearby accommodation.

    Tickets
    Food and wine pairing: £80 per person
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B: £175 per person

    For more information and tickets:

    Food and wine pairing tickets
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B tickets

    High Grosvenor, our beautiful, newly-renovated, 16th Century Tudor


    Menu

    An amazing 7-course menu has been created by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush for our GlenWood event in Shropshire on Saturday, 6 October 2018.

    Canapes
    Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2017
    In-house made biltong with Wrekin Blue on salt and rosemary focaccia croutes
    Ras el hanout chicken with preserved lemon yoghurt and pickled vegetables
    Arancini with Parmesan and salsa verde

    Bread
    Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
    In-house made bread with smoked butter and salsa verde

    Starter
    Vignerons Selection Chardonnay 2015
    Pumpkin gnocchi served with Pecorino Romano and amaretti biscuits

    Mid
    Merlot 2016
    Pressed pork terrine, crackling crumbed quail egg, rosemary and apple jelly
    - Strawberry Field Farm woodland-reared Oxford Sandy and Black pigs -

    Main
    Vignerons Selection Shiraz 2015
    Pit-smoked Berber spiced lamb shoulder, vine tomato reduction, pickled vegetables, mint and preserved lemon giant couscous
    - Strawberry Field Farm award-winning Shropshire lamb -

    Cheese course
    Grand Duc Syrah 2014
    Warm three cheese rarebit with pickled figs

    Pudding
    Grand Duc Noblesse NV
    Torta caprese with zabaglione and poached pear sorbet


    For tickets and enquiries, please see our website or email sales@htfwines.co.uk.

    Do not delay! Spaces are limited.

  • La Couronne: the Crown of Franschhoek Part 1

    Nestled against the Klein Dassenberg Mountain in this beautiful corner of South Africa lies the peaceful gem of a wine farm, La Couronne Estate. This essential stop on any wine tour of the Franschhoek winelands boasts spectacular views of vineyard-covered slopes and towering peaks.

    History

    La Couronne means “The Crown” and pays homage to a warship built by the French Navy in 1636. The Crown transported 277 French Huguenots, escaping persecution for their faith in their homeland, to the Cape area of South Africa in 1685. The slopes of the current La Couronne farm site were settled over 300 years ago by the Huguenots who brought with them their iconic French winemaking knowledge.

    Activities

    A warm welcome by the La Couronne team, led by Eldorette Carinus and winemaker Henk Swart, awaits guests from wine connoisseurs to tourists and even to families with little ones. A variety of activities is catered for, including wedding functions, picnics, lunches, wine tastings and wine pairings.

    La Couronne's wine pairings include wine and chocolate, wine and pizza and a very South African wine and braai (BBQ) pairing.

    Award-winning Wines

    La Couronne has secured a number of awards for their wines, with the most recent medals and trophies being awarded at the International Wine Challenge 2018.

    La Couronne's Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2016 won a Gold Medal as well as the IWC Franschhoek Chardonnay Trophy. La Couronne's Limited Release Pinotage 2015 scooped a Bronze Medal, as did their Merlot Rose 2017 and their Malbec 2015 received a Commended.

    Gold Medal and Trophy winning Chardonnay 2016 is on its way to Hard To Find Wines. In the meantime, why not order these La Couronne wines while you wait.

    Chardonnay 2014
    £14.99

    A bottle of La Couronne Chardonnay 2014

    Outstanding oak and fruit integration with a full rich creamy mouthfeel of almonds and vanilla. Light lingering aftertaste of peaches and hints of citrus. This is La Couronne’s maiden vintage of this barrel fermented Chardonnay.

    Pinotage 2016
    £11.99

    A bottle of La Couronne Pinotage 2016

    A rich full bodied wine with an earthy aroma coupled with dark fruits. The palate is smooth and succulent, with touches of spice and brambles accompanying dark cherry and blackcurrant flavours.

    Merlot Rose 2017
    £8.99

    A bottle of La Couronne Merlot Rose

    100% Merlot goes in to this quality rose from Franschhoek. A deliciously delicate rose, with bright pink colouration and a subtle strawberry nose. The palate is surprisingly refreshing and dry, with soft berry flavours.

    Malbec 2014
    £14.99

    A bottle of La Couronne Malbec 2014

    Decadent aromas of dark cocoa and Eastern spices. The palate offers ripened plums and crushed berries finishing with lingering creamy oak. The La Couronne Malbec is one of only a handful of single varietal Malbec's currently to be produced in South Africa, making this a fairly unique wine. The quality of this wine shines through, with the Malbec taking on the South African terroir superbly in the shape of a depth of flavour that many Argentinian Malbec's lack.

    Do you want to learn a bit more about La Couronne's range of wines and the passions and purposes of their winemaking? Part 2 of this post will follow next month, so keep your eye on our Facebook page or the blog for that post!

  • Food and Wine Pairing: Spring Selection

    A wonderful wine choice for the spring season is Haute Cabriere Pierre Jourdan Tranquille. Here is a beautiful, well-designed spring starter created by Haute Cabriere's chefs Nic van Wyk and Westley Muller that pairs well with this wine.

    "Beetroot and goat’s cheese is a classic combination. We added a playful element with the kataifi pastry making it perfect to use for home entertaining," says Nic van Wyk.

    Kataifi wrapped goats’ cheese with baby beets and honey vinaigrette paired with Haute Cabrière Pierre Jourdan Tranquille

    A bottle of Haute Cabriere Pierre Jourdan Tranquille with cherry blossoms

    Ingredients
    Serves 4

    2x 100g plain goats’ cheese
    250 g kataifi pastry
    12 baby red beetroot
    2 candy beetroot
    100 g baby salad leaves
    50 ml honey (and a little extra)
    50 ml white balsamic vinegar
    100 ml good olive oil
    Salt and pepper
    Oil for frying

    Method
    For the goats’ cheese, cut the logs each into 4. Wrap the quarters in kataifi pastry by winding a 1cm diameter bunch around the goat’s cheese, ensuring all the cheese is covered. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

    To make the vinaigrette, warm the honey then add the balsamic vinegar and take off the heat, add the olive oil a little at a time while whisking, once emulsified, season with salt and pepper.

    For the beetroot, boil the red beetroot in salted water until soft.  While warm remove the skin and cut in quarters, work fast so the beetroot stays warm when adding the vinaigrette. Dress with the vinaigrette and leave to stand for at least 30 minutes.

    Fry the wrapped goats’ cheese balls until golden brown, add a small squeeze of honey on each one and leave on kitchen paper to drain any excess oil. Work quickly to slice the candy beetroot as thin as possible on a mandolin or slicer, leave some aside to garnish, add to the baby leaves and add some vinaigrette, toss. To plate, place the salad down, put the goats’ cheese on top, and place the red beetroot around, along with some of sliced candy beetroot.

  • A Celebration of Haute Cabriere's Wines

    Book Now!

    We are really excited to be welcoming Haute Cabriere's cellar master, Takuan von Arnim to the UK this week. He will be hosting two events in celebration of Haute Cabriere's wonderful wines.

    Our London event is sold out, but there are still a few places at our food and wine pairing event this Saturday evening, to be held at our Shropshire tasting room (accommodation options are available).

    Takuan will host a food and wine pairing evening featuring seven of Haute Cabriere's wines paired with a fabulous menu created by Fresh & Lush Ltd.

    Menu

    On arrival
    Pierre Jourdan Blanc de Blancs

    A bottle of Pierre Jourdan Blanc de Blanc

    Freshly baked bread with accompaniments
    Pierre Jourdan Brut NV

    A bottle of Pierre Jourdan Brut by Haute Cabriere

    French onion soup with smoked pancetta and a comté crust
    Haute Cabriere Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2016

    A bottle of Haute Cabriere Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2016 wine

    Twice baked cheese soufflé on a bed of grilled vegetables served with a slow roasted tomato vinaigrette
    Pierre Jourdan Tranquille NV

    A bottle of Pierre Jourdan Tranquille wine

    Chimichurri sea bass with preserved lemon rice and spiced vegetable broth
    Haute Cabriere Unwooded Pinot Noir 2016

    A bottle of Haute Cabriere Unwooded Pinot Noir

    Herb crusted rack of local lamb with thyme and garlic fondant potatoes and orange and redcurrant sauce.
    Haute Cabriere Pinot Noir 2013

    A bottle of Haute Cabriere Pinot Noir Reserve wine

    Melktert with Ratafia poached pear and salt caramel shard
    Pierre Jourdan Ratafia NV

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    Petit fours
    Pierre Jourdan Belle Rose
    A bottle of Pierre Jourdan Belle Rose

    For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, visit our website:

    Accommodation inclusive package
    Event only package

    Or email us on sales@htfwines.co.uk.

    To learn more about Haute Cabriere and their wines, you can view our 3-part series on our blog:

    A Taste of History

    Innovation

    A Sustainable Future

  • Meet the Winemaker: Takuan von Arnim - March 2018

    You are invited to join Takuan von Arnim,
    Cellar Master of Haute Cabriere,
    for two exclusive evenings hosted by
    Hard To Find Wines
    in London and Shropshire in March 2018


    Meet the Cellar Master:

    Thursday, 8 March at High Timber Restaurant in London, EC4V 3PA from 6.30pm.
    For more information and your FREE ticket, CLICK HERE.


    An Evening of Food and Wine with Haute Cabriere:

    Saturday, 10 March at 7.00pm in Shropshire.
    For more information and tickets, CLICK HERE.


    Takuan von Arnim

    A photo of Takuan von Arnim, Cellar Master at Haute Cabriere doing sabotage

    As Cellar Master at Haute Cabriere, Takuan forges an innovative path in an age-old industry, a path pioneered by his father, Achim von Arnim under the philosophy of Sun Soil Vine Man.

    The understanding that sun and soil, work together with the vine to produce great wine, with man gently and respectfully orchestrating these elements as they create the eventual outcome and expression of the vintage, is best summed up by Haute Cabriere's statement "Great wines are grown."

    For more information on Haute Cabriere's wines, follow this link.


    Venues

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 8 March 2018 at 6.30pm in London

    An evening of wine tasting and canapés hosted by Takuan, showcasing the full range of Haute Cabriere wines.

    The evening will be held at High Timber Restaurant, 8 High Timber Street, London EC4V 3PA starting at 6.30pm.

    For more information and complimentary tickets, CLICK HERE.

    An Evening of Food and Wine with Haute Cabriere
    Saturday, 10 March 2018 at 7.00pm in Shropshire

    High Grosvenor, our beautiful, newly-renovated, 16th Century Tudor

    Starting at 7.00pm, Takuan will introduce Haute Cabriere's wines paired with a carefully planned and prepared seven-course meal, designed by Fresh & Lush.

    The evening will be held at Hard To Find Wines' Tasting Room with accommodation available in our beautiful, recently renovated 16th Century Tudor house, High Grosvenor, for those who would like the option of accommodation on-site or at nearby Davenport House's cottages.

    Transfers to and from the function for those staying overnight will be offered.

    For more information and tickets, CLICK HERE.

    Hard To Find Wines tasting room at High Grosvenor


    Menu

    Fresh and Lush Ltd have created an exquisite seven-course menu that perfectly complements Haute Cabriere's wines

    On arrival
    Pierre Jourdan Blanc de Blancs

    Freshly baked bread with accompaniments
    Pierre Jourdan Brut NV

    French onion soup with smoked pancetta and a comté crust
    Haute Cabriere Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2016

    Twice baked cheese soufflé on a bed of grilled vegetables served with a slow roasted tomato vinaigrette
    Pierre Jourdan Tranquille NV

    Chimichurri sea bass with preserved lemon rice and spiced vegetable broth
    Haute Cabriere Unwooded Pinot Noir 2016

    Herb crusted rack of local lamb with thyme and garlic fondant potatoes and orange and redcurrant sauce.
    Haute Cabriere Pinot Noir 2013

    Melktert with Ratafia poached pear and salt caramel shard
    Pierre Jourdan Ratafia NV

    Petit fours
    Pierre Jourdan Belle Rose


    Tickets

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 8 March 2018 - London
    For your free ticket, CLICK HERE.

    An Evening of Food and Wine with Haute Cabriere
    Saturday, 10 March 2018 - Shropshire
    For tickets and more information CLICK HERE.

    Food and Wine Package - £90
    Food and Wine with B&B Accommodation at High Grosvenor - £185 per person
    Food and Wine with Accommodation only at Davenport Cottages -  £185 per person or £160 per person if 2 couples sharing a cottage
    Transfers to and from the function for those staying overnight will be offered

    FOR ALL TICKET OPTIONS, PLEASE CLICK HERE.


    For tickets and enquiries, please email sales@htfwines.co.uk.

    Do not delay! Spaces are limited.


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    Fresh & Lush logo

     

  • Three must-do Franschhoek wine experiences

    If you are due to visit Cape Town for your holiday, make sure you include a trip to Franschhoek to experience some of the Cape Wineland's best wine estates.

    Franschhoek is one of the oldest towns in South Africa and is situated 46 miles outside of Cape Town, surrounded by mountains and vineyards. The name Franschhoek means French Corner and is the area the French Hugenots settled when they arrived in South Africa in 1688. Still today, the town retains its French heritage and is a wonderfully picturesque place to spend time with plenty of accommodation options available to visitors.

    Here are three wine-related experiences we recommend while you are in Franschhoek this year.

    Haute Cabriere

    Haute Cabriere is a firm favourite with our clients and you cannot spend time in Cape Town without a visit to this wine estate with its striking stone cellar and tasting room.

    Haute Cabriere relaunched its menus for this South African summer season, introducing a tapas style and oyster menu to the tasting room and also extending its opening hours in the restaurant and tasting room. You can read more about these changes in our blog post here.

    A photo of a couple enjoying wine tasting outside at Haute Cabriere in Franschhoek

    Haute Cabriere boasts a wonderful view of the Franschhoek valley and is the ideal spot for summer sundowners on the terrace outside the tasting room that will remain with you once you return to the UK. Guided cellar tours are offered Monday to Saturday and are followed by a sabrage display and wine tasting, so make sure you book before arrival as they tend to get quite busy, particularly on the weekends.

    GlenWood

    A photo showing GlenWood's Tasting Room and vineyards

    GlenWood has relaunched its restaurant concept this season, offering a unique food and wine pairing experience in an intimate setting that seats at most 20 guests. Each guest experiences six of GlenWood's award-winning wines along with a tasting palette of six paired dishes comprised primarily of locally produced products. Guests select their lunch main course and accompanying wine from this tasting palette.

    This wine estate is a hidden gem, located two or three kilometers down a dirt road in the secluded Robertsvlei Valley in Franschhoek. It is well worth the detour to visit GlenWood, as the peace and tranquility, together with the wonderful panorama to be seen from the tasting room and restaurant whilst enjoying the estate's wines, are not to be missed.

    Make sure you book in advance for the restaurant due to the limited seating.

    Le Lude

    Photo showing the cork Agrafe style of a bottle of Le Lude MCC wine

    Le Lude is a new offering through Hard To Find Wines with their Méthode Cap Classique wines arriving imminently in the UK, just in time for Christmas and New Year's celebrations. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts to learn when they will be available on our website. If you would like to pre-order, call our sales line on 01746 389 749.

    Specialising in Cap Classique sparkling wines, Le Lude is a newcomer to the Franschhoek wine scene with its first harvest having taken place in 2012 and producing only the traditional Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes for its sparkling wines.

    Le Lude is the first South African winery to produce Agrafe bottle-fermented sparkling wine. The Agrafe method ferments wine under cork instead of crown cap.

    Not only does Le Lude produce exceptional MCC wines, it also boasts a great restaurant that we highly recommend you visit: the Orangerie. Under the direction of chef Nicolene Barrow, the Orangerie offers a tasting menu, an a la carte menu and a high tea menu.

    Don't forget...

    Once you have experienced these excellent wines during your visit to Franschhoek, place your order either through the vineyard for delivery by Hard To Find Wines in the UK, or visit our website to place your order.

  • GlenWood's Award-Winning Wines

    We are really excited to be welcoming GlenWood Vineyards' winemaker, DP Burger, to our Shropshire Tasting Rooms this Friday evening. DP will be hosting a food and wine pairing that will feature six of GlenWood’s wines.

    For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, email us on sales@htfwines.co.uk.

    A brief history of GlenWood Vineyards

    GlenWood started it's history as a general farm in 1811 in the Roberstvlei area of Franschhoek. In 1986, Alastair Wood purchased the GlenWood property. His farming dream was to produce wine.

    “This property immediately attracted me because, not only was it suitable for farming grapes to make quality wine, but it also gave me a wonderful sense of being at the very heart of nature while still being close to the village”, Alastair said.

    DP joined the team shortly thereafter and spearheaded the property's development over the following twelve years, until the farm was fully planted.

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