SPIER DE-ALCOHOLISED CHENIN BLANC 2020, GREAT WITH A TRANCHE OF CHEESE…

Spier De-Alcoholised Chenin Blanc 2020 Spier Wine Farm is a superb tourist destination in the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation. So much to do, things to see, Segway trips, wine tastings and sales, Eagle Encounter, fabulous food, from the Vadas Smokehouse and The Spier Café. And then you could spend a night in the Spier Hotel… Anton

MY CHRISTMAS STOCKING STUFFERS FOR YOUR LOVED ONES…

This time of the year one is always looking for the Christmas Stocking Stuffer for a loved one. Here is my choice for some stars...

A CHANGE OF SEASONS FOR SPIER AS THE WINE FARM APPOINTS JOHAN JORDAAN AS CELLAR MASTER…

Johan Jordan, with 13 years experience as a winemaker at Spier, is appointed as Cellar Master....

Delicious canapés meet their match with the Spier 5.5% Seasonal Tasting exclusively available at the farm’s Tasting Room…

The seasonal Spier 5.5% Seasonal Tasting offers the Chenin Blanc and the Shiraz with delicious matching Canapés...

Festive feasting at Spier: four mouthwatering ways to celebrate the season…

Festive Feasting at Spier in Stellenbosch is going to be huge fun, make your bookings now for Christmas and the New Year festivities, a couple of choices for you...

Spier – taste the farm with good food at Eight

Spier Farmer Angus dinner Spier invites you to a first-hand experience of their farm-to-table philosophy at Eight Restaurant, with Farmer Angus, Executive Chef Lolli and Sommelier Welma Beukes. At this interactive food evening, you’ll get to taste the intrinsic goodness of food from Spier’s own pastures, with fresh produce from our vegetable gardens and Farmer

Spier people – Cuven Conradie, Assistant Stock Controller

Spier Manor House Spier is home to a diverse bunch of passionate people, doing what they love, and committed to making a difference every day. Cuven Conradie is a cellar assistant and assistant stock controller in Spier’s winery, where he’s worked for nearly three years. The cellar is his favourite part of the farm. “I