Allesverloren puts on a feast of wine, food and music at Riebeek Valley Olive Festival
Indulge all your senses at Allesverloren - the oldest wine farm in the Swartland famous for its Shiraz and Port - with excellent wines, true Swartland hospitality, fabulous food and music during the annual Riebeek Valley Olive Festival on Saturday, 3 and Sunday, 4 May.
Allesverloren's annual Opera Evening on Saturday, 3 May, will be an opulent affair with music by the sassy all-female vocal group, Da Capo Quartet, teamed with a delectable 3-course Mediterranean dinner. The evening starts at 18h00 and costs R150 per person.
Relish in traditional delicacies at the 3-course Boland lunch on Sunday, 4 May, with the laid back sounds of live instrumental music. Lunch starts at 12h00 and costs R125 per person for adults and R65 per person for children under twelve.
Allesverloren will be a hub of festivities throughout these two fun-filled days with rustic pleasures such as delicious Ploughman's Platters, live entertainment and loads of fun for the little ones.
Prepaid booking is essential for all events and meals. For bookings contact Anchen at Allesverloren on (022) 461-2320 during office hours.
The tasting centre will be open for wine sales and tastings from 09h00 - 17h00 on both days and ample secure parking is available.
Allesverloren Estate is situated between the quaint towns of Riebeek Kasteel and Riebeek West.
Friday, March 07, 2008
by GC Communications