We’re expecting that it’s eventually going to be warm again in Cape Town (these constant cold fronts are getting everyone down) and that we’ll be able to get back to one our favourite past times as South Africans – going to an outdoor market to drink wine.
On Saturday October 5th if you’re not out at a festival in Cape Town you can check out whatever can be poured, plated and produced when the Santam Swartland Wine & Olive Route comes to Cape Town. This particular Farmers Market celebrates the bounty of the Swartland region at the Stone Cottages at Kirstenbosch. Wine will be poured, tasted and bought while some music flows throughout the space to keep things nice and relaxed.
More than 35 stalls will present the produce of this unique and un-spoilt region where hospitality and congeniality go hand in hand. Experience the bonhomie of the winemakers and their deliciously different wines, dip some of the homemade breads into peppery olive oil – the region’s oil is winning international awards and try olives and preserves that will have your mouth watering.
Deets you need:
Saturday October 5 at Stone Cottages at Kirstenbosch 10h00 until 16h00
Wine -tasting including a wine glass and 10 tasting vouchers R40 per person.
Enquiries: Tel: 022 487 1133 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org