Sundays is all about family and friends. In Paarl Sundays are no different. Join our wine farms for your family- and friend gatherings with ample space, beautiful natural surrounds, delicious food and amazing vino!
Under Oaks Estate is a family-owned working farm and dates back to 1695. Enjoy an informative tasting of fine boutique wines (and a variety of wine-pairing experiences) in the welcoming, contemporary tasting room and some wood-fired pizza from the pizzeria housed in the authentic old wine cellar.
Rhebokskloof Wine Estate is a quintessentially family-friendly Winelands experience. Spend an hour or two tasting the exceptional red and white wines in their tasting room, under the guidance of the knowledgeable wine advisors and visit their on-site restaurant afterwards.
Ridgeback Wines offers award-winning wines at their beautiful wine-tasting centre, overlooking the gardens and dam on the farm, where exotic waterfowl and swans paddle. The Deck Restaurant shares the scenic space with the tasting centre.
Mellasat Wines, set under the dramatic Klein Drakenstein mountains, this is the home of the world’s first white Pinotage. Visit the Cemetery of Forgotten Wines in their underground cellar, which is host to an interesting and bizarre collection of museum wines reflecting South African historical wine culture that visitors can interact with.
Nederburg Wines, primely positioned with captivating views of the Drakenstein mountains, verdant vineyards and stunning gardens, this estate creates a perfect backdrop for tasting award-winning wines, enjoying lazy picnics and savouring delicious food at The Manor.
Fairview Wine and Cheese. Well-known and well-loved surrounded by rolling and vineyard-covered hills, this working cheese and wine farm is home to a variety of attractions including a fresh-produce deli for take-home goods, a bakery, tasting room, tasting classes and the popular Goatshed Restaurant.
Perdeberg Winery. One of the most distinguishing factors of this cellar is the predominant use of unirrigated vineyards – dry-land vines – which yield concentrated-flavour wines. Well-known for its popular range of chenins, Perdeberg also produces a lesser-known selection of Cap Classique (made from chenin grapes) and sparkling wines.
Tastings can be enjoyed indoors in a comfortable setting or our outside in the family-friendly seating area. Try a unique tasting paired with a braai picnic or chocolates and marshmallows!
They offer delicious country-style family dining in their restaurant, Eat@Perdeberg, or more casual meals can be taken outside. Little ones will be kept busy in a fun garden play area and (on weather-permitting weekends) a jumping castle. There is also a Kiddies’ Busy Box, with a selection of treats and activities for children to enjoy while parents are wine tasting.