Dear Jozi foodies and wine-ies,
We would be delighted if you could join us for a gala #Joziheritage evening with Nederburg Heritage Heroes wines.
The Rand Club will put its most elegant foot forward on the evening and you can expect the red carpet to be rolled out in your honor. Guests will step into the bar for welcome drinks before being escorted on a tour of the club, one of the most magnificent buildings in the Joburg inner city. Last but by no means least, we will enjoy a four-course dinner paired with Nederburg’s Heritage Heroes wines.
Click here for more information on Nederburg Heritage Heroes wines.
Click here for more information on The Rand Club.
|Venue:||Rand Club, corner of Loveday and Fox streets
Parking will be arranged in the next block but we recommend taking Uber or Goodfellows
|Date:||Wednesday 27 September and Thursday 28 September|
|Dress code:||Formal (Think gold rush glam)|
|Cost:||R490 pp for arrival drink,canape and four course meal with wine|
ABOUT THE NDERBURG HERITAGE HEROES WINES
This limited-edition gourmet range celebrates the story of Nederburg’s Heritage Heroes. Their story began in 1791, when Philippus Wolvaart – The Anchorman, tamed the wilderness and established the Nederburg farm.
Following in his footsteps, Johann Graue – The Brewmaster, then acquired the land in 1937. In preparation to succeed him, he trained his beloved son, The Young Airhawk.
It was a sad day when his son passed in a light airplane crash. With her grace and elegance, his mother, The Beautiful Lady, revived the spirit of the winery.
Unaware that he was to be the last piece of the Heritage Heroes puzzle; Günter Brötzel –
If you would like to read more view www.nederburg.co.za for more info.
ABOUT THE RAND CLUB
With its grande facade and equally grand decor, The Rand club once was the domain of the City of Gold Randlords. Situated in the heart of the city, its a few blocks from the M2 and situated between Fox and Commissioner street where the city’s history is written in many splendid building.
To visualize the conditions under which the club was founded, one must picture the community in which it came into being.
When the first club was built in the mid 19th century, surrounding area was an almost treeless stretch of land extending 50km to the South of Pretoria.
In February 1886 traces of gold were found on Langlaagte, one one of the farms, that was close to where the CBD is today.
Read more on: www.randclub.co.za/history/