Gerard Holden inducted into SA chapter of Commanderie de Bordeaux
04 May 2012 by Holden Manz
Gerard Holden, co-owner of Holden Manz, the magnificent boutique wine estate nestled between two rivers with majestic Franschhoek mountain views, has been inducted into the Commanderie de Bordeaux en Afrique de Sud, the South African chapter of the worldwide Commanderie that unites wine lovers with a passion for Bordeaux.
Gerard, former chemical engineer and formidable mining financier, is one of 14 new members inducted into this prestigious organisation.
Recognition by the Commanderie cements the dedication of Holden Manz to uphold great wine standards and exceptional quality for Bordeaux-style red wines on South African turf.
The Commanderie de Bordeaux was established in 1952 and includes chapters reaching from New York to Hong Kong. The South African chapter was established in 2011. For more information, visit .
The Holden Manz tasting room is open daily from 10h00 to 17h00. Call 021 876 2729, e-mail , visit Holden Manz on Facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org . To reach Holden Manz, turn right at the Huguenot Monument in Franschhoek and follow the signs for two kilometres.
GPS coordinates: Latitude: 33° 56’ 7” S; Longitude: 19° 6’ 54” E.
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