Valentine's Day in the Winelands

Monday, 4 February, 2019
wine.co.za - Trudie Webb (Editor)
Looking for a romantic picnic, special dinner for two or getaway to celebrate Valentine's Day - the winelands has it all

Here are a few of our top picks to celebrate Valentine's Day with wine, fine dining and beautiful views

A picnic is the perfect way to unwind and spend quality time with your special person. You get to relax on beautiful lawns, indulge in good food and wine, undisturbed by others. The views, food and wine at Jordan Wine Estate is hard to beat, making their Twilight Valentine's picnic a great choice. You will be treated to a gourmet basket from The Bakery at Jordan, filled to the brim with delectable treats.

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Historic Paarl estate, Nederburg, is also bringing the romance this Valentine's Day with a choice between a romantic dinner for two or a picnic basket to be enjoyed on the beautiful estate. Spend a relaxing afternoon in the winery’s gardens, under the old shady trees, indulging in a scrumptious basket brimming with delicious picnic fare. 

Picnic baskets, offered at R550 per couple, include a freshly prepared selection of artisanal bread and hummus, delicious cheeses, fig preserve, thyme & lemon chicken kebabs, Springbok samoosas, roasted Cajun spiced nuts, brie and mushroom tartlet with caramelised onions, fresh seasonal salad, and a sweet treat. It comes complete with cutlery, crockery, glassware, wooden platter, blanket and ice bucket. 

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The ultimate spoil is celebrating love for a whole weekend with a stay in the winelands. Zevenwacht is offering a night for two, picnic basket to be enjoyed on your private patio, their Brut Rosé MCC and breakfast at R2000 per couple for the 14th of February only.

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Trudie Webb

Trudie joined wine.co.za in 2016. She comes from an academic background and took on the Content Editing role with such aplomb that she was appointed to the Wine News Editor & Social Media Management role. She has a weak spot for good Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, is a sucker for a pretty label and  has a love for the interesting stories behind the wines and the people who make them.