Nederburg Wines

Western Cape » Paarl

This iconic Paarl wine winery offers historic buildings, contemporary tasting facilities, an exciting and wide range of award-winning wines, beautiful gardens and glorious views of the majestic Drakenstein Mountains. Nederburg’s current cellar master, Razvan Macici, appointed in 2001, and his team have advanced the prize-winning legacy on local and international platforms and Nederburg is South Africa's most-awarded winery.Visitors to the farm can sample wines from the extensive, multi-tiered range of varietal and blended wines in the contemporary, very comfortable tasting facility. Whenever the weather is good, wines can also be tasted under umbrellas outdoors, while in winter, cozy couches and a fireplace draw everyone indoors. Guest can also explore the Old Cellar Museum nearby or sign up for a scheduled cellar tour.The Red Table is Nederburg’s novel restaurant that offers locally-sourced fresh, light bistro-style food in a relaxed and gesellige atmosphere. What makes it different is a canny configuration of red tables that meanders through the Manor House and spills into the gorgeous gardens. Tuesdays to Saturdays are à la carte days with regularly updated specials. The first Sunday of each month the Gourmet Braai menu alongside the standard meal options are available. Picnics can also be enjoyed in the generous gardens, under shady trees.


Contact Details


  • Nederburg Wines
  • Sonstraal Road, Dal Josafat
  • Paarl
  • 7620


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