Igniting Nostalgia – a Pure Boland & Nederburg Heritage Collaboration

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Igniting Nostalgia – a Pure Boland & Nederburg Heritage Collaboration

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With Heritage Day (24 September) around the corner, why not purchase one of our fantastic Heritage Box offerings, in collaboration with Pure Boland Farmers Market?

Support local and order these carefully curated boxes brimming with fresh country produce and wine, delivered straight to your door in the areas of Wellington, Paarl, Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, Wolseley, Ceres, Tulbagh, and the Cape Peninsula.

Each Heritage Box includes delicious food items from small Boland producers. Think along the lines of heritage-inspired such as roosterkoek, braai pie and koeksisters, together with fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables; top-quality meat; eggs and dairy products; delicious jams, preserves, olives, olive oil, pestos and pickled items; breads, pastries, cakes and quiches; locally roasted coffee, sundried fruit and more.

Choose between two options:

  1. Heritage Standard Box, including a bottle of our Baronne 2018: R550
  2. Heritage Luxury Box, including a bottle of our The Winemasters Pinotage 2018: R750

Click here to order your Heritage Box for delivery on Tuesday, 22 September, or Wednesday, 23 September, ahead of Heritage Day.

Try this absolutely delicious recipe for lamb curry with a crispy carrot and grapefruit salad by food stylist, Elmarie Berry, who recently received a Pure Boland Farmers Market including a bottle of our The Winemasters Pinotage 2018.

About Pure Boland

Pure Boland Farmers Market started 12 years ago when Tharina Marais saw an opening in the local market for local small businesses to sell their products. It became a monthly favourite in Worcester, and over time people started flocking here from all parts of the Western Cape to enjoy and purchase the local produce and delicious home-made fare. Peter Marais joined the Pure Boland team when he married Tharina and since then they have been the power couple behind this first-Saturday-of-the-month tradition. With the uncertainty caused by Covid-19, the team has transformed their local produce offering to one that gets delivered to homes in the majority of Boland areas.