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So true

‘Wine without food is fine; food without wine is a disaster.’ -Alan Richman...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 18, 2014

So true

‘Wine without food is fine; food without wine is a disaster.’ -Alan Richman...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 18, 2014

Beautiful clip showcasing our Estate…

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 13, 2014

Beautiful clip showcasing our Estate…

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 13, 2014

Quote for the Thursday…

‘Great is the fortune of he who possesses a good bottle, a good book, a good friend.’ -Molière  ...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 6, 2014

Quote for the Thursday…

‘Great is the fortune of he who possesses a good bottle, a good book, a good friend.’ -Molière  ...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 6, 2014

Here’s a great video of our wine maker De Wet Viljoen, on everything Neethlingshof.

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 5, 2014

Here’s a great video of our wine maker De Wet Viljoen, on everything Neethlingshof.

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 5, 2014

Food & Wine evening at Neethlingshof with Katinka van Niekerk

Food and wine lovers should head out to the Wine Tasting Centre, Neethlingshof wine estate, on Thursday 31 October, for an evening of food and wine pairing enjoyment with the inimitable Katinka van Niekerk – passionate foodie and esteemed consu...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Sep 29, 2013

Tree Rack

As we are famous for our tree lane, what do you think of this tree wine rack?
by Neethlingshof Wines on Feb 28, 2013

NEETHLINGSHOF LAUNCHES ITS FIRST WOODED WHITE

The Neethlingshof estate outside Stellenbosch has launched its first wooded white wine, a blend of the six white cultivars that grow on the farm. Called The Six Flowers, it forms part of the estate’s exclusive Short Story Collection range which ...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Jan 27, 2013

Tree Rack

As we are famous for our tree lane, here’s a tree wine rack that would be perfect for some Neethlingshof wines. What do you think?
by Neethlingshof Wines on Sep 26, 2012

Paying It Forward With Neethlingshof on Heritage Day

Following the success of last year’s “Pay It Forward” initiative at Neethlingshof on Heritage Day (also known as National Braai Day), the beautifully preserved estate close to Stellenbosch is repeating the fundraiser braai event on September...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Sep 18, 2012

Chenin Blanc, continuing an old tradition at Neethlingshof

It’s the first Chenin blanc he’s made in almost a decade since his arrival at Neethlingshof but he is not breaking new ground doing so for decades ago it was by far the dominant cultivar on the farm accounting for … Continue reading...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Jul 20, 2012

Daube of pork

Here is a fantastic winter weekend pork recipe. With succulent soft meat, great wine and company, any weekend will turn into bliss. Ingredients: 3 tbsp sunflower oil 3kg skinned, boned and rolled pork shoulder 350ml beef stock For the marinade …...
by Neethlingshof Wines on May 23, 2012

Hunting for mushrooms with our winemaker

Springing up like magic, mushrooms can be mild or wild and prepared in countless ways. But how do you know if that mushroom that popped up on your lawn is safe to eat? Hunting for mushrooms has been a life … Continue reading →...
by Neethlingshof Wines on May 3, 2012

As we are famous for our tree lane, here’s a great bonsai tree house. A Neethlingshof cheers to the creator of this!

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Apr 18, 2012

Rump steak with quick mushroom and red wine sauce

With the changing of the weather, what better way to celebrate than with a lovely steak. With the Neethlingshof Cabernet Sauvignon, adding even more flavor to this delicious meal.   Ingredients 1 tbsp sunflower oil 2 rump steaks (about 200g) …...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Apr 11, 2012

I heard it through the grapevine, that our 2012 white wines are available at the cellar doors…

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by Neethlingshof Wines on Apr 10, 2012

A Few interesting Facts about Gewürztraminer

The name literally means “Spice Traminer” or “Perfumed Traminer” The story starts with the ancient Traminer variety, a green-skinned grape that takes its name from the village of Tramin, located in South Tyrol, the German-spea...
by Neethlingshof Wines on Mar 27, 2012


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