Wine estate Spier, situated in Stellenbosch, has a whole weekend planned to celebrate Easter. Some of the highlights include a Sunday Harvest lunch, which was created especially for Easter, in their top restaurant Eight, a treasure hunt round the historic farmyard at the Werf and after the hunt the children can visit the chocolate bar in the Jonkerhuis and buy and decorate their own chocolate egg. After a hard days work of decorating eggs there will also be the opportunity to enjoy a lovely seafood braai in their restaurant. These are but a few of the experiences you can enjoy at Spier.
Fancy a special dinner but don’t feel like cooking it yourself? At the Dornier wine estate a special Easter menu has been created. Head Chef Carolize will be preparing an Easter Sunday Family Feast at the Dornier Bodega restaurant. You will be able to enjoy the meal with friends and family while looking at the spectacular views of Stellenbosch Mountains and taking in the iconic cellar of Dornier. This delicious meal can be accompanied with the wines of Dornier.
Simonsig Wine Estate
This Easter you can enjoy a leisurely seasonal breakfast at the Simonsig Wine Estate. This wine estate can be found in Stellenbosch and has been devoted to producing terroir-driven wines for three generations. Go visit them this Easter with your friends and take the little ones with you as they will be entertained with an exciting Easter Egg Hunt. What’s stopping you?
Cape Point Vineyards
Picnicing on wineries are such a cute and fun way to experience a wine estate. This Easter you can have a lovely picnic at Cape Point Vineyards with lovely Easter eggs. Bring your children along to enjoy the Easter egg hunt. The laid back atmosphere and the beautiful scenery will make your Easter extra special.
Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate
This year you can go to the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate, which is 10km from the town Hermanus, and enjoy a late afternoon Easter high-tea. Here you can enjoy classic scones and cream, finger sandwiches, homemade mini cupcakes, éclairs and much more. If you prefer more of a late evening meal you can go to this winery and enjoy a lovely seafood feast created by Executive Chef, Annie Badenhorst. Enjoy either options while enjoying the majestic views the winery has to offer.
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