Breedekloof Wine Valley
A familiar sight to travellers on the N1 approaching Worcester just after the Du Toitskloof tunnel, the eponymous winery came into being in 1962 and has established its name as a household wine brand. In the early years, the co-operative became well known as a bulk-wine producer. It changed focus to the bottled wine market in the early 1990s. It receives grapes from 13 member growers across 22 farms – all of whom benefit from the winery's Fairtrade accreditation. It produces an extensive range of bottled wine that includes red and white wines and fortified and sparkling wines.
White and Dessert Wines
Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Muscat d’Alexandrie, Sauvignon Blanc, White Blend, Methode Cap Classique, Rosé
Ou Meul Bakery and Café is situated next to Du Toitskloof Wines and offers include fresh breads, home-baked cookies, delicious croissants and muffins, a full selection of sweet tarts and treats, freshly pressed juices, a fantastic selection of retail products and the best coffee on this side of the mountain - Bootlegger from Cape Town.
Breakfast is served until 11h45, after which the lunch menu is rolled out at 12h00. Indulge in wood-fired pizzas, burgers, fresh salads or their famous pies either freshly baked or frozen and ready for your oven at home. Enjoy Du Toitskloof Wine, Bloedlemoen Gin and tonics or a cold CBC or Devil's Peak beer while keeping an eye on the kids playing on the lawns and jungle gym.
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