La Bri Chardonnay 2016 , great match with Tracy Foulkes’s Honey Roasted Fig & Walnut Salad With Balsamic Chicken – 19.01.2018

La Bri Chardonnay 2016 La Bri Vineyards in Franschhoek is set amongst the most impressive mountains which go straight up into the sky in the south eastern corner of this most beautiful wine region. It is blessed with the most perfect little Cape Dutch style Manor house and a cutting-edge technology in its winery.  Irene

La Bri Syrah 2014 & Meeta K Wolff’s Middle Eastern style Buddha Bowl – 05.05.2017

La Bri Syrah 2014 La Bri Vineyards is beautifully positioned in the south west corner of the Franschhoek Valley. Blessed with an enchanting Manor House and cutting edge winery and well tended vineyards, Irene Waller the General Manager and Cellarmaster makes a superb range of award winning wines. Each wine is cleverly labelled with Cape

La Bri Barrel Selection Syrah 2013 & Alida Ryder’s Date Night Pork Fillet Mushroom Risotto – 16.03.2017

La Bri Barrel Selection Syrah 2013 The La Bri Barrel Selection Syrah 2013 is the first bottling of a barrel selection Syrah from the Estate. Cellarmaster and GM Irene Waller uses grapes from a specific vineyard site on the Estate which is especially pruned to keep the crop down to between 4 and 5 tons

Sauvage La Bri 2011 & Justine Wall’s Anchovies & Cucumber – 06.01.2017

Sauvage La Bri 2011 Irene Waller, GM and Winemaker for La Bri Estate in the south east corner of the Franschhoek Valley, has realised a dream, long in the making to produce a Méthode Cap Classique wine. Following the tradition Champagne method of a second fermentation in the bottle, allows the wine to be designated

Winning Cheese & Onion Tart – Carey Boucher Erasmus

Carey Boucher Erasmus's Winning Cheese & Onion Tart Carey says: "Not only is this uber tasty tart a perfectly substantial (if not decadent) meatless meal, it is also a great “throw together” pantry dish.  All the ingredients you need will be right at home in your kitchen. No need for exhausting grocery shopping after work! This tart is sooo

La Bri – refuge for a Huguenot

An aerial view of La Briwith its enchanting H shaped Manor House I first knew La Bri in the early 1980s when Michael Trull started a major restoration plan on the beautiful homestead and began replanting and upgrading the vineyards.  He was also a founding member of The Vignerons de Franschhoek and Irene

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