At the annual winter gala night, held on Saturday, 11 July 2015, the blends for 2013 were presented and rated by the 120 guests.
The annual winter gala night was held on Saturday, 11 July 2015. As per tradition the 120 guest arrived for Blanc De Noir sundowners at the Wine and Wildlife project. As always spectacular place and wine.
Cathedral Peak Wine Estate hereby is calling for participation and expression of interest to anybody out there willing to share in our new one of a kind project.
Cathedral Peak Wine Estate is proud to announce a Winter Wines Gala Night to be hosted at the estate on Saturday evening, 11 July 2015, starting at 16:00. The event, which will include an Art exhibition by Desiré Crowther, wine tasting and a formal meal, will be used to formally launch the San Henge Project.
Cathedral Peak Wine Estate is happy and proud to announce the arrival of our new CellarMaster, Flip Smith, who takes over from Andri Hanekom, who helped establish an excellent foundation from which Flip could take over.
Historically wine in South Africa has been a Western Cape affair, but recently Justin Vermaak, a formidable entrepreneur teamed up with Mauritz Koster, award-winning wheat farmer decided to combine their love of wine and their immense admiration for the Drakensberg, into birthing the first wine estate in The Central Berg.
The Central berg added to its deep history when the Estate opened its doors to the public the first time with a function on 5 December 2014. The opening followed almost 8 years after the first wines was planted in Sept 2007.
GET IT – Northern KZN, a print and online publication owned by Caxton & CTP Printers and Publishers, recently wrote a lovely article, titled Winterton’s Expert Winemakers, about Cathedral Peak Wine Estate, and I have a feeling as the first wine farm in KwaZulu-Natal, it’s not going to be the last either.
Cathedral Peak Wines were proud to welcome the KwaZulu-Nata Premier, the honourable Senzo Mchunu, to their official launch. Along with a string of other prolific dignitaries, including his wife the mayor of the uThungulu District Municipality, Mrs Thandeka Mchunu, and successful businessman from throughout KwaZulu-Natal, the premier couple were treated to some of our first vintage wines during a splendid lunch.
Historically wine in South Africa has been a Western Cape affair, but recently Justin Vermaak, a formidable entrepreneur and farmer, teamed up with Mauritz Koster, award-winning wheat farmer and Andri Hanekom, highy qualified winemaster decided to combine their love of wine and their immense admiration for the Drakensberg, into birthing the first wine estate in KwaZulu-Natal.