Make the most of November at the Laborie Lazy Days Market

Wednesday, 17 October, 2012
Smart Communications
Join in the fun of Movember, the world renowned health awareness campaign, at the Laborie Lazy Days Market on Saturday, 3 November, which promises to be a fun filled day for young and old.
During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces around the world - the aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men.

Celebrating this worthy cause, men visiting the market are encouraged to show with their best moustaches (fake ones will also be accepted) with a prize awarded to the best one. The three best moustaches will each win a case of Laborie wines. A barber will be on hand to trim (or trim off) moustaches. Music will enhance the country theme of the market and promises to add to the festivities of the day.

Fast gaining a following, the popular lifestyle market is situated on the picturesque Laborie Wine Farm in the heart of the Paarl Winelands, less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town. Since its establishment in 2011, the market has become known as the ideal meeting place in Paarl. Fondly referred to as the ‘neighbourhood farm in the centre of Paarl’, it is the perfect occasion for family and friends to enjoy a Saturday morning in a scenic and relaxed setting.

Operating from 9am until 2pm, visitors to the market are treated to a wide selection of fresh produce and lifestyle goods. These include freshly baked breads, coffee, cheese, olives, honey and charcuterie. From mouth-watering food stalls to arts and craft exhibitors, the market caters to young and old, which includes ample kiddies’ entertainment.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the market area or simply soak up the warmth of the sun’s rays whilst sipping on a cup of freshly brewed coffee and homemade croissant. For those wanting something slightly cooler Laborie’s superb bubblies will be available to purchase and enjoy at the market. Before heading home partake in a fun filled game of boules.

Laborie produces some of the best Méthode Cap Classique bubblies; an array of award-winning wines as well as an estate brandy. Visitors can stay overnight in the tranquil guest house or enjoy a delicious meal at Harvest. 
 
An exciting new addition to the farm’s many offerings is the Cecil Skotnes art exhibition, featuring 30 works by this highly acclaimed South African artist, which has been partnered with the Laborie Limited Collection wines. A permanent exhibition at Laborie, his masterpieces are on display in the Cellar Door, Manor House and in the restaurant. 
 
For more information contact 021 807 3390, visit our website www.laboriewines.co.za, join our Facebook page or email info@laboriewines.co.za.
Laborie Lazy Days!
Laborie Lazy Days!

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