Get ready for an unforgettable vineyard adventure with Zandvliet Estate

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When the once tranquil vineyards in the Robertson Valley become a bustling hive of activity and bunches are lovingly and tenderly picked, it means that it is almost that time of the year to celebrate Hands-on Harvest.

By popular demand and for the third consecutive year, Zandvliet will host its Vineyard Adventure during Hands-on Harvest. Visitors will be treated to an unforgettable opportunity to explore Zandvliet in the company of owners Paul and Dan de Wet.

Exploration of the estate is either on foot or by bicycle while soaking up the beautiful surrounds and delighting in the quips and anecdotes as told by the De Wets. Your journey through the estate will culminate with a wine blending experience with Zandvliet’s winemaker, Jacques Cilliers in which you get to take home your unique bottled blend of Zandvliet wine. For those wishing to spend a leisurely afternoon on the lawns there will be gourmet picnic baskets available.

You may join the adventure on either Saturday 23 February or Sunday 24 February at 10 am and will continue until approximately 3 pm. Tickets are R150.00 per person and the optional gourmet picnic baskets are R150.00 per person.

Pre-booking of picnic baskets is essential.

For bookings or more information contact Sonja on or on +27.236151146. Book now as space is limited. Bicycles and helmets will be provided on the day, but feel free to bring your own along.

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