Spoil mom this Mother’s Day

Nederburg's Lady in Red Treatment for Mother's Day
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Spoil mom this Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 12) by treating her to a fine day out at Nederburg in Paarl. With its sprawling gardens, as well as stunning views of the surrounding Drakenstein Mountains and autumn vines, the venue will appeal to the whole family.  

The winery's bistro-style restaurant, The Red Table, in Nederburg’s historic manor house, is offering a bounty of seasonal gourmet dishes, from exotic soup to a roast, specialty pie, even fritters, rounded off with sticky chocolate pudding for just R195 a head!  Nederburg’s award-winning wines will be on sale at very competitive prices.

To mark Mother's Day, the Nederburg Visitors’ Centre is also offering six bottles of its connoisseur Manor House wines for the price of five, translating into a saving of more than R115.  This range of wines is exclusively available from the farm.  

The Red Table will be serving from 12:00 to 16:00.  Booking is essential.  To do so, please contact the restaurant on 021 877 5155 or theredtable@nederburg.co.za well in advance.

Nederburg’s Visitors’ Centre will be open for wine tasting and sales from 10:00 to 16:00 on May 12, with a cellar tour offered at 11:00. To reserve a place for the cellar tour, kindly contact Sunette Rust of Nederburg on 021 862 3104 or on nedwines@distell.co.za.   


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