Known as the "small town with a big heart", you will be surprised by the warm welcome which awaits you in this quaint country town.
Situated in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg mountains with the Breede River as its life blood, Robertson is the western gateway to The Heart of Route 62, only 1 ½ hours leisurely drive from Cape Town.
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We are proud to announce our new venue at the Klipdrift Farm just outside of Robertson [R 317]. The Venue is set for Breweries and Visitors to Experience a charming and intimate setting characterised by each farm’s unique personal touch.
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Time to head out to the country and enjoy the simple pleasures in life at the Robertson Wine Valley Slow food & wine festival.
Experience the charm of country life in an intimate setting characterised by each farm’s unique personal touch. One can sample honest, old-fashioned and rural hospitality, while enjoying time-honoured activities, interact with wine-makers and wine-farmers in an informal ambience, getting to know them and their respective families. Indulge in traditional cuisine, using local ingredients, learning more about wine in masterclasses and various food and wine pairings. Relish the slow food and wine that will satiate your senses and revel in the relaxed pace that will rejuvenate your soul.
There will be a Family Market on Sunday 6 August. 10:00 – 14:00 offering wine tasting, fresh produce, local treats, live music and family activities.
Robertson Wine Valley proudly presents its most beautiful festival, Wine on the River. This picturesque festival takes place on the riverside farm, Goudmyn and gives consumers the opportunity to taste more than 250 wines from 30 wineries.
This idyllic, open-air spring festival offers tastings of wines from the regions of Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson. Enjoy a plethora of gastronomic delights, tutored tastings with local wine makers and soak up the sultry sounds of live jazz and blues melodies. Browse and shop at our famers’ market, choose from a wide variety of children’s activities, meander through the arts and crafts, take a leisurely cruise down the river and many more popular attractions that will be on offer.
Bring your friends and family along for an extravaganza of fine wine, delectable treats, great music and complete relaxation amidst a rural ambience of spectacular scenery and warm sunshine. Unfortunately no pets, only guide dogs allowed.