Celebrating The Slow Food Movement
- Wineries and Guesthouses from Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson will welcome visitors into their homes, to their dining tables and onto their farms for a 'slow' food & wine experience. Long tables, lazy afternoons, good food and wine.
4th to 6th Aug
Safe Parking ✔ Wheelchair Access ✔
Children Welcome ✔
Restaurant ✔ Vegetarians welcome ✔ Non Smoking ✔
Tel +27 (0)23 6263167
Mob +27 (0)23 6263167
Various venues, see program
Head out to the country and enjoy the simple pleasures in life at the Robertson Wine Valley’s eleventh annual Slow Food & Wine Festival in partnership with WESGRO, taking place from 4-6 August 2017. Discover the beautiful valley situated on the scenic Route 62 and explore a wealth of history and authentic wine experiences. Experience the charm of country life in an intimate setting characterised by each farm’s unique personal touch. Walk under the stars, taste local cuisine and sip delicious wines from the valley. Expect slowly made and slowly enjoyed offerings at this year’s event.
Celebrate the unique food and wine offerings of the Robertson valley and rediscover the romance and magic of wintertime in the country. Warm up in front of the fireplace with red wines and indulge your taste buds with hearty country cuisine using local produce. Enjoy diverse food traditions from vetkoek, curries and waterblommetjie soup to seafood paella, Chinese duck and ostrich and kudu inspired dishes. From fine dining and gourmet offerings to farm style platters and picnics.
Experience interactive and authentic wine activities in intimate settings. Explore wine farms with underground cellar tours, game drives, horse rides and boat cruises. Taste the lifestyle with an array of local produce and award winning wines by joining cooking classes and intimate winemaker’s dinners. This year's festival also offers a wide variety of tasting opportunities from single vineyard and vertical tastings, to brandy pairings, tutored Méthode Cap Classique master classes and food and wine pairings. Festival goers will be able to interact with winemakers and wine farmers in an informal setting, experience the intricate winemaking process and discover the story behind the bottle. Traditional dishes will be paired with award winning vintages, and the family market taking place on Sunday is the perfect spot to meet local chefs and winemakers.
Browse, shop, taste and enjoy great offerings at the popular family regional market which takes place from 10h00-14h00 on Sunday, 6 August. Local wine, produce, arts, food, music and children’s activities will be on offer.
See the website for programme details at
Each event is charged for individually and available on the festival programme at . Entrance to the market is free.
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Where to Stay
Contact the Robertson Wine Valley office
023 626 3167
Issued on behalf of the Robertson Wine Valley by:
Hot Oven Marketing
Director / Creative Networker
023 6251 409 / 076 411 9477