Nederburg has teamed up with queen of Afrofusion cuisine, Chef Nti, who’s dreamed up some exciting new flavour-popping kasi recipes to mark the 50th anniversary of the winery’s much-loved red blend, Baronne. 

The perennially popular Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz blend, launched in 1973, remains a great Mzansi favourite. Based on annual domestic volumes sold, the equivalent of a bottle of Baronne is opened somewhere in the country every 15 seconds.  

Come to The Manor at Nederburg and be enticed by fragrances of cinnamon, star anise, cardamom, fresh ginger, rooibos, buchu and roasted nuts. Or wafts of real classics like home-baked bread just out of the oven, toasted coriander seed, ripe tomato, basil, caramelised onion, pickled vegetables, and chips on the fry. In other words, an inviting amalgam of Eastern, Mediterranean, and local aromas to suit a whole lot of palates.

Home and cooking from the heart set the scene for the latest season of popular local reality cooking show My Kitchen Rules South Africa, this time, enriched and flavoured by Nederburg. 

Dining, wining and entertaining with love and conviction are on the menu for season four of the cooking competition filmed in people’s homes across the country. The message is loud and clear, you don’t have to be a gourmet-trained chef to compete. You just have to put your heart into what you are doing and give it your all. 

Think you have it all figured out when it comes to wine tasting? Nederburg’s The Manor restaurant and wine tasting hub in Paarl has teamed up with Freedom Coffee to offer wine and coffee lovers a slightly unusual tasting experience.

The Brew Tasting comprises a selection of Nederburg’s delicious white and red wines, as well as some top-notch single origin and blended coffees by Freedom Coffee, and edibles like dried mango, prunes, grapes, white chocolate with nuts and raspberries, dark chocolate and fatty biltong.