With the slow down post summer, we have had a chance to reflect on the phenomenal events hosted at Avondale in Paarl. The highlight has to be the Autumn Field to Feast. This sold out event saw an incredibly crafted menu which was served both in the gardens and in the restaurant. If you haven’t yet been to one of the Field to Feasts or didn’t manage to get a spot in the last one then book now for the Winter Field to Feast.
Here’s a list of our upcoming events in Paarl:
Set Winter Special at FABER restaurant – Till 31st August 2018
We would love you to join us on the farm to experience what we have to offer first hand. But if that is not possible in the next month, we have highlighted a few of the “must attend” upcoming events below in South Africa.
Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival
5th & 6th June 2018 from 17h00 – 21h00 at Park House Events,
7th floor Hyde Park Shopping Centre, Johannesburg
The Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival is the longest running and most prestigious wine festival in South Africa. Visitors to the event can expect unsurpassed social interaction with the country’s top cellar masters and producers in an up-market, intimate venue.
Each winery featured in the superior Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival is handpicked for its quality and distinction. By showcasing small, exclusive boutique wineries, we provide a forum for interaction between wine lovers and talented cellar masters.
Knysna Wine Festival
During the Knysna Oyster Festival on the 2nd & 3rd July 2018 (Monday & Tuesday), between 17h30 and 20h30 on those two consecutive evenings.
The Knysna Wine Festival is the premiere showcase for local wines at the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival held annually in Knysna.
It has a proven track record of 12 years, and is associated with quality South African wines. “We originally wanted to launch an exclusive Wine Festival in the Garden Route. One which would allow guest to interact with high profile vintners while tasting their wines,” explained Belinda. And so the Knysna Wine Festival was born and it joined the successful Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival in 2005.