A new wine estate has opened on R44
18 Nov 2013
Situated on the R44, the World Class & Picturesque Cavalli Estate is now open to the public. Please come and enjoy the finest wine, dine and equine experience that South Africa has to offer. Open Wednesday to Sunday, we look forward to welcoming you to our one of a kind Estate.
I would like to introduce you to the fabulous new wine estate, Cavalli Wine and Stud, which offers 2 phenomenal ranges within its portfolio, The Flagship and The Passions Range.
We pride ourselves on attention to detail, unrivalled craftsmanship and dedication when it comes to the creation of our wine. We have gone on to win an IWSC Gold Award and a Vinexpo International Wine Guide Gold Award within the label's short time in the market.
The estate boasts some of the most exquisite and upmarket wine tasting, restaurant, art, function and stud facilities in Southern Africa allowing its visitors the opportunity to be a part of the Cavalli Lifestyle Experience.
With gardens designed by the world renowned Keith Kirsten and approximatley 40 American Saddle Horses roaming the estate, you will be encompassed by what nature is truly all about. Our Wine Tasting facility will leave you breathless and wanting more whilst the Art Gallery will transport you through a constellation of imagination and awe-inspiring talent. Should you be after a once in a lifetime dining experience, our acclaimed Chef, Henrico Grobler & unrivalled Restaurant Manager and Sommelier, Carl Habel, will take you on a journey of sensory delights that will make you never want to leave this exquisite venue.
So before I give away even more, please make sure you contact Equus @ Cavalli on 0218551033 and book yourself an unforgettable experience.
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