Join us and dress up for our first Pretoria Come Wine With Us event for 2017 in association with Durbanville Hills Wines #ThisCitySparkles.
Look forward to the launch of their BRAND NEW Sparkling Sauvignon as well as a selection of Durbanville Hills finest wines paired with fabulous food from 16th Lintel @Klein Kaap, Centurion topped off with some music and like minded foodie friends.
Each guest will get the chance to enjoy the Durbanville Hills Sparkling Sauvignon as a welcome drink as well as a three course inspired dinner paired with Durbanville Hills wines for the evening.
|Venue:||Klein Kaap Boutique Hotel, 87 Jim Van Der Merwe St, Centurion, 0140|
|Date:||Wednesday 10th May and
Thursday 11th May
|Dress Code:||BLACK AND WHITE WITH A TOUCH OF ‘SPARKLE’|
About Durbanville Hills Wines
The unique location of Durbanville Hills’ cellar a mere 20 minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, offers not only a spectacular view of Table Mountain and Table Bay, but also an extraordinary terroir that stabilises temperatures and eliminates extremes of heat and cold. Although the Durbanville area is renowned for its Sauvignon Blanc that excels under the cool conditions where it is grown mostly on the cool south facing slopes, the range of red wines also benefit from the warmer valley outskirts and opposing northern slopes.
Durbanville Hills would not have existed without the enthusiasm of the winery’s producers and their faith in the high potential of their high-quality grapes. In the late 1990s seven grape farmers and Distell agreed to build a cellar as part of a joint venture to make their own wine. Since the first vintage in 1999, there are nine member farms, all located near the cellar.
The member farms are Klein Roosboom (the site of the fresh-water spring that prompted the first farmers to settle in the area), Ongegund, Hillcrest, Maastricht, Morgenster, Bloemendal
and Hooggelegen. Another two producers from the farms Welbeloond and De Grendel recently joined the cellar. Such is the heritage of the region that the youngest of these farms, Klein Roosboom, was established in 1714 and the oldest, a mere threea years after those established in the Constantia area in 1685.
Read more on www.durbanvillehills.co.za
About Klein Kaap Boutique Hotel and 16th Lintel Restaurant
With over 100 years of history within its walls, this deluxe 34 roomed hotel is situated in the lush leafy suburb of Clubview. Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel is within easy walking distance of the up-market Centurion Mall and is just 10 minutes away from the City Centre.
The award-winning Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel in Centurion is the ideal venue for weddings, romantic getaways, the business traveller or business conferences. Inspired by the fairest Cape, Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel in Centurion aims to offer guests all the comforts of home with splendid luxury, thoughtful touches and the latest state-of-the-art facilities.
This Cape Dutch gabled estate of 2, 5 ha boast the original manor house, built on the farm Clubview in 1920 by Colonel Frank Dyason. In keeping with tradition, the Malan family [current owners] have expanded the estate maintaining the original Cape Dutch style architecture. Encapsulated is solitude amidst lush majestic oak trees in natural free flowing indigenous gardens, Kleinkaap offers picture perfect luxury…
This oasis has 34 spaciously appointed guest rooms, 33 luxurious suites and a presidential suite, each individually decorated; reflect a fresh, calming environment combining sophistication with simplicity, comfort and elegance.
For meetings and corporate functions, there are venues for up to 400 people, a business centre and complimentary WI FI.
It’s a heady mix of tantalizing experiences, which makes time spent at Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel something to remember forever..
The 16th Lintel Restaurant at Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel is all about bringing people together. Everything about this brand new restaurant resolves around its name. The vibe, the décor, the ideals and the food.
The original homestead had a total of 15 support lintels. Keeping true to the Dutch architecture, Mr Malan expanded the building to what Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel is today. With that expansion, he added extra lintels. The first lintel added (the 16th one) was the start of a new era. We saw it fit to name the new restaurant The 16th Lintel, as it too is the start of a new exciting era.
A lintel is seen as a strong, supporting, upholding architectural tool that strengthens a building. The brand new restaurant and the committed team at Kleinkaap also carry those traits. Both the restaurant and the personnel aims to support, uphold and strengthen its visitors and diners. The restaurant name can be seen as the true catalyst of everything about it and inside it.
The 16th Lintel is a place where new ventures start. Friends planning a once in a lifetime trip, business partners shaking hands on a new deal, couples enjoying wine to celebrate their love. The possibilities are infinite.
Read more about Klein Kaap on https://www.kleinkaap.co.za/