WELCOME TO OUR TASTING ROOM
PLEASE NOTE: While we endeavour to keep these hours up to date, our opening hours may be subject to change according to any changes in the Lockdown Regulations issued by the South African Government.
Monday – Friday: 09h00 to 16h30*
Saturday: 10h00 – 16h00*
Sundays and Public Holidays**: 10h00 – 15h00*
*The last tasting of each day begins 30 minutes before closing time.
** Open on Public Holidays with the exception of Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, as well as any South African voting days
The General Tasting is priced at R50 per individual and includes your choice of any 6 wines from our Regional and Flagship Collections. Additionally, our Site Specific Tasting is available for R120 and features a selection of three wines, one of which is an older vintage.
We will waive the tasting fee if you decide to buy a bottle of wine.
We also offer water, soft drinks, biltong, and nuts for sale.
We recommend booking for groups greater than 4 people, and are able to accommodate groups of up to a maximum of 8 people.
To make a booking you can contact the Tasting Room by:
Phone: +27 21 809 1200 (Ext. 1)
We encourage all visitors to our Tasting Room to also visit our gorgeous Schoongezicht Manor House Garden, to stop and smell the roses, sit and enjoy the sound of the birds and the bees, or walk the labyrinth for some outdoor meditation.
You can often spot our friendly herds of cattle in the fields on the drive up to the Tasting Room, and in the fields surrounding the buildings. If you’re patient, they may even sidle up to the fence to give a curious sniff of your hand.
There is an abundance of wildlife and bird life on the farm, and you could spot a multitude of bird species – Guinea Fowl, Franklins, Fish Eagles, Buzzards, Sunbirds and more – and although much of our wildlife is nocturnal in nature (Cape Leopards, Caracals, Porcupines, Civets) you may even spot some of our smaller wild creatures like Squirrels, Cape Otters or Mongooses.
See our Gardens and Estates page for more information about the farm.