Nederburg's The Red Table restaurant, situated in its historic manor house dating from 1800, is once again participating in South Africas Restaurant Week, from 19 October to 5 November 2017.
Expect pure country hospitality, matched with full-blown flavour!
Enjoy a refreshing welcome drink on arrival, while you take in the beautiful surroundings alluding to the stories of those who have laboured to establish Nederburg as one of South Africas most loved, award-winning wineries. Scan the landscape, relish the wide, open skies and enjoy the majestic mountain views.
Then settle down for a lazy lunch featuring a main course of smoked snoek fishermans tart, served with a fresh summer salad, and accompanied by a complimentary glass of Nederburgs expressive, exuberant and delicious The Anchorman Chenin Blanc 2016 from the Heritage Heroes collection. This wine is a stunner, featuring impressive awards such as best South African Chenin blanc at the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards, and listed as a 2017 Standard Bank Top 10 Chenin Blanc Challenge winning wine. It is named to commemorate Philippus Wolvaart, who founded Nederburg in 1791.
Dessert comes in the form of milk tart Pavlova, best enjoyed with Nederburg The Winemasters Noble Late Harvest 2017, recently awarded a platinum medal at the 2017 edition of the Michelangelo International Wine & Spirits Awards; or Heritage Heroes The Beautiful Lady Gewürztraminer 2016, brimming with alluring notes of rose petals, Turkish delight, litchi and pineapple.
All of this pure indulgence is offered at only R150 per head. Wines, apart from a complimentary glass of The Anchorman Chenin Blanc 2016 served with the main meal, and other drinks are excluded from the price.
Go to www.restaurantweek.co.za to book your space at The Red Table. Advance reservation is advised.
Whilst at Nederburg, take the opportunity to visit the winerys modern and comfortable Visitors Centre. Here you can taste its multi-tiered range of award-winning wines. Or book a tour to immerse yourself in Nederburgs rich and proud history that dates back to 1791, when Philippus Wolvaart settled there to build a life and a home. The Old Cellar Museum tells the story in wonderful artefacts and pictures.