We are a family-owned wine estate in Stellenbosch offering beautifully crafted wines, delicious lunches and picnics featuring local seasonal produce, tours of our underground cellar and pristine walking trails through 60 hectares of conserved wetlands.
Please note that all visitors will be screened as per COVID-19 regulations and masks must be worn on entry.
Premium Tasting – choose 5 of our Premium range wines – R75pp – tasting fee waived on purchase
Super Premium – a set tasting of 5 wines including older estate wines and our flagship Gravel Hill Shiraz – R250pp, tasting fee not waived on purchase.
We regularly include an older vintage or ‘surprise’ amongst the current vintages, so we recommend you pop in, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates on what’s happening in the tasting room.
Cellar tours can be arranged by prior reservation (Monday to Friday).
Enquiries – email@example.com
Wine Tasting, Sales & Collections
Monday to Saturday
09:00 – 16:00
10:00 – 16:00
Please note we are closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday.
Lunches & Picnics
Lunches are served at tables in our courtyard garden and inside our tasting room.
See our Lunch Menu here.
We also offer a selection of seasonal dishes as blackboard specials.
Picnics are served in our expansive gardens – please note that as per COVID-19 regulations we are unable to put out picnic blankets and cushions but guests are able to bring their own.
See our Picnic Menu here.
In order to ensure the wellbeing and social distancing of our guests, bookings are essential.
Lunches & Picnics
Thursday to Sunday
12:00 – 14:00
Our large picnic gardens offer plenty of space for children to play safely.
We are passionate about farming sustainably and our estate is home to an abundance of indigenous plants and wildlife, including over 75 recorded bird species, duikers, steenbok and mongooses. On entering the gates to Hartenberg visitors will often spot our goats, sheep and Nguni cattle.
Whether enjoying a wine tasting, lunch or picnic outside, visitors are often entranced by the little Four-Striped Grass Mice in the shrubbery or treated to the sound of African Fish Eagles as they hunt high above our wetlands.