Franschhoek Wine Valley

  • P.O. Box 178
  • Franschhoek, Western Cape
  • 7690
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • +27218762861
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Franschhoek Vignerons Come Out Tops In Platter

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 19 November 2020 12:00 PM CAT
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The wine industry was abuzz recently with the launch of the Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2021, which was also used to announce the highly anticipated 5-star rated wines. Franschhoek Vignerons did not disappoint, with a total of nine producers receiving the prestigious rating.

The 5-star winning wineries were:

- Anthonij Rupert Wyne

- Boekenhoutskloof Winery

- GlenWood Vineyards

- La Bri

- Le Lude

- Leeu Passant

- Mullineux Wines

- Paserene

- Rickety Bridge Winery

The guide, which made its debut in 1980, is regarded as South Africa’s leading wine manual, with a total of 1,5 million hardcover copies printed. The guide is also available on mobile and desktop devices, which makes accessible to wine aficionados both locally and internationally.

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Soak Up Summer In Franschhoek

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 29 October 2020 12:00 PM CAT
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Summer’s here and the festive season is around the corner. With the onset of the holiday period everyone seems ready for winding down and discovering something new to kickstart the silly season. Although Franschhoek has an array of firmly established food, wine, accommodation and retail offerings, the valley is also kept on its toes with a selection of fabulous experiences awaiting your arrival. The valley may be small but packs a punch when delivering on experiences.

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Regarded as one of South Africa’s premier social calendar highlights and the perfect end to a working year as well as kick starting the festive season, the organisers of the annual Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival, have made the tough decision to not proceed with this year’s festival. This decision has not been taken lightly and has been done in the best interests of all.

Although the festival won’t be going ahead as planned this doesn’t stop you from visiting the Franschhoek Valley during the festive period now that leisure travel is permitted. Home to SA’s only Méthode Cap Classique Route, which allows you to tailor make your own bubbly experience, why not plan to venture to the valley and turn what would have been a day visit into a weekend escape. For more information on the route and its offerings click here  .

Watch the press for further developments on next year’s event, which has been confirmed for 4 and 5 December 2021.

 

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News from Col’Cacchio Franschhoek

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 01 October 2020 8:05 PM CAT
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Col’Cacchio Franschhoek – own delivery service starting from November onwards within a 5 KM radius from the restaurant.  After having done take-away’s for many years, we will also introduce the convenience of having your favourite Pizza, Salade, Pasta or anything from our menu delivered to your doorstep from November onwards.

Order through our website or call 021-876 4222.

Take-away menus available in the restaurant or on the website,  www.colcacchio.co.za 

Now also open on Mondays. Opening times are weekdays from 12.00 till 21.00, in weekends from 11.00 till 22.00

Live Music several times each month

Live performances scheduled in coming months for several talented artists, as well as various bands or choirs.

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Linger longer in Franschhoek during October

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 24 September 2020 10:05 AM CAT
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With the changing of seasons the warmer weather is a welcome relief, especially after the long winter we’ve just experienced. Perfect for exploring one of South Africa’s premier lifestyle destinations, namely the Franschhoek Wine Valley. Home to award-winning wines, internationally acclaimed restaurants, exquisite art as well as an array of cultural and outdoor offerings. Perfect for the day, a weekend getaway or magical holiday destination.

As we’ve officially moved down to Level 1, allowing us more movement to explore the country why not make Franschhoek one of the places to visit this month. Stuck for ideas? No problem. The list is endless, but let’s give you a sample of what you can expect to experience when visiting our valley.

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Did you know....

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 03 September 2020 10:00 AM CAT
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....DID YOU KNOW...

Franschhoek Cellar

As a tribute to our national grape, Pinotage, Franschhoek Cellar has introduced a brand new heritage-themed Pinotage tasting. Featuring their five Pinotages paired with complimentary snack portions of delicious biltong and nuts.

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Spring Rejuvenates Franschhoek

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 01 September 2020 3:00 PM CAT
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Not only does September bring with it a new season, but we also celebrate in the news that most of our wineries have reopened to the public after an extremely long hibernation. September is also Tourism Month, and this couldn’t have been timed better as it coincides perfectly with the joint collaboration between the Western Cape government and Wesgro, who have launched the “We Are Open” domestic tourism campaign. This innovative campaign encourages South Africans to take advantage and explore the beauty and diversity of the many affordable and world-class attractions that Cape Town and the Western Cape has to offer. The Franschhoek Wine Valley being one of them.

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Celebrate Spring day in Franschhoek

Posted by Carmen Arendse on 01 September 2020 1:35 PM CAT
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Not only do we celebrate the start of a new season today, but we also raise a glass to it being International Cap Classique Day, which was initiated in 2019 by the Cap Classique Association. Not only is Cap Classique the largest wine growing category in South Africa, but the Franschhoek Wine Valley is home to the country’s only Méthode Cap Classique (MCC) Route. A route which you can tailor make to suit your MCC needs. With the weather warming up why not plan your Franschhoek MCC experience for your next outing to the winelands. Cheers to MCC and a new season!

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