Amidst a world pandemic, we believe in finding good and positive treasures around us to keep us inspired, motivated and ready for any challenge that may cross our route.

 

Spice Route Destination has always been our small treasure on the slopes of Paarl mountain. Over the years we have evolved, innovated and grew. With only a small percentage of our staff that are currently able to work on the farm, we look forward to the days, and we hope it will be soon, where we can feel the freedom the farm brought to so many families and friends in the past.

 

UNVEILING CHAMPAGNE NICOLAS FEUILLATTE RÉSERVE EXCLUSIVE BRUT ROSÉ NV

 INSPIRED BY THE FAMOUS SAKURA (CHERRY BLOSSOM) SEASON IN JAPAN

 

Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne, the number one selling Champagne in France and the third biggest-selling Champagne brand in the world, have unveiled their latest Spring Edition of the Réserve Exclusive Brut Rosé inspired by the famous Sakura (cherry blossom) season in Japan, when life is renewed, flowers are in bud and the senses are awakened...

Some exciting news for a change, which makes me grin from ear to ear.

The World Travel Tourism Council (WTTC) has issued Paarl and Wellington with their ‘Safe travels’ approval. This means that the two destinations adhere to the strict guidelines and protocols set by the global industry representative and travelers can visit the region and its tourism attractions with confidence.

Prominence for Pinotage – the winery’s first bottled red wine

The year 1945 was forever etched into human history as the end of a disastrous war. For a small group of wine farmers in Stellenbosch, it marked a victory in independence 75 years ago that would eventually lead to the establishment of Stellenbosch Hills. The event is especially significant in the case of the just-released Stellenbosch Hills Bushvine Pinotage 2017. Pinotage was the first red wine cultivar bottled under the young winery’s name. Back then, it was known as Vlottenburg Cellar and became Stellenbosch Hills in 2003.