De Grendel Amandelboord Pinotage 2017, is a fine expression of Pinotage and a fingerprint of the vintage by Founding Winemaker, Charles Hopkins...
De Grendel Koetshuis Sauvignon Blanc 2017, great match to Jane Anne Hobbs’s Salmon, Beetroot & Rocket Salad…
Charles Hopkins, Cellarmaster uses grapes from Lutzville and Darling for his De Grendel Koetshuis Sauvignon Blanc 2017...
Paul Murray, history teacher and lifestyle writer, expert on C Louis Leipoldt, lifts the lid on De Grendel
De Grendel Wine Estate and Restaurant offers an exciting three course weekday lunch paired with the Estate's sublime wines for the next two months. Ian Bergh, the Chef, has brought some delicious dishes out of his culinary bag of magic.
The grapes for the De Grendel Op Die Berg Pinot Noir 2015 come from a specially created Wine Appellation in the Witzenberg Mountains near Ceres. Unique continental climate.
With Shiraz grapes from the southernmost tip of the African Continent and the vineyards around Elim, Charles Hopkins has made my Advent Calendar #16 wine, De Grendel Elim Shiraz 2016....
De Grendel Sauvignon Blanc 2017 & Tracy Foulkes’s Candied Walnut & Pear Salad with a Lemon Poppy Seed dressing – 09.08.2017
Fabulous Durbanville Appellation Sauvignon Blanc from Charles Hopkins at De Grendel, perfectly matched with Tracy Foulkes's Candied Walnut & Pear Salad with a Lemon Poppy Seed dressing.
De Grendel Restaurant Interior “A superior customer experience.” This is the sentiment behind the 2017 Certificate of Excellence award De Grendel received from TripAdvisor, which follows on from the same award in 2016. This achievement celebrates businesses, which have consistently achieved glowing traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. The restaurant is located at
De Grendel Winifred 2016 The beauty of De Grendel Estate is not only in the perfect slopes, the excellently cared for vineyards, the architecturally pleasing buildings, the fine food served by Chef Ian Bergh in the De Grendel Restaurant, The Wine Club, but that it is such a short distance from the city centre and
Table Mountain from the De Grendel Restaurant As they say in the Michelin guide, De Grendel Restaurant is well worth the drive, not the detour. This is a destination to a place of great views, great wines and award winning food. Sir de Villiers & Lady Graaff De Grendel is owned by the Graaff Family
De Grendel Amandelboord Pinotage 2015 De Grendel, which dates to 1720, has been home to the Graaff family for five generations. Eleven years ago, in 2006, Sir David Graaff, the 3rd Baronet, having established the vineyards, built a wine cellar. The late Sir David Graaff amongst his vineyards Eminent winemaker Charles Hopkins, member of the
De Grendel Winery, Cellar Door & Restaurant In the Michelin Guide, there are three categories. A good dinner, worth a detour or worth a visit, indicating that you will drive there especially because the meal is so good and it is a single destination place. We are fortunate to have such an estate with a
Tomato & Goat Cheese Tart – Cheryl Bennett Cheryl says: “You know when you get a craving for something & you just have to make it? Well, I had wanted to make a tomato tart for a little while and finally got around to doing it. This post started out something like “with summer produce in full