Nederburg’s prestige Heritage Heroes collection has become more focused, says Nederburg cellar-master, Samuel Viljoen. “In every way, from the liquid to the livery, you’ll find a polished precision. The wines are fresher, livelier, and more poised.


Nederburg was the wine star at this year’s Luxe Restaurant Awards presentation event at Rosebank’s new Ethos restaurant held on 29 March, where foodies clinked their glasses in honour of the hottest names in South African cheffing.  


If you’re after some good vibes and fun in the sun for the whole family this Easter weekend (except Good Friday on 15 April), make your way to The Manor at the Nederburg farm, set against the imposing Drakenstein Mountains near Paarl.


Move over Chef’s Table and Parts Unknown. There’s a locally made cooking show that’s causing quite the stir, both at home and abroad. I’ll Bring The Wine is a brand new five-part series presented by Nederburg and hosted by acclaimed South African food writer and restaurateur, Karen Dudley.


In the mood for a typical South African food experience matched with fine wines and local music? Then gather your family and friends, and make your way to Slow Market Nederburg in Paarl, reopening on the weekend of 12 February (from 9:00 to 15:00).   


The new year is in full swing, and The Manor restaurant at Nederburg in Paarl is ready to roll out the red carpet to treat young and old with an array of fun happenings at the farm during February: 


Local molecular biologist turns a staple into a celebration of African culture one ice cream scoop at a time.


A must-watch, Nederburg’s third episode in their explosive new food and wine series, I’ll Bring The Wine has just been released – and it’s as full of flavour, love and light as the festival it’s centred around.


I’ll Bring The Wine is a new five-part food and wine series that traverses the country in search of quintessential South African cuisine made with real flair. In this week’s episode, multi-award-winning chef and Midlands maven, Jackie Cameron is in the spotlight.


Take a pinch of Chef’s Table, add a dash of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown, then a large helping of Mzansi magic, and you have the quintessential ingredients for a show like no other.