Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Du Toitskloof Food and Wine - Part 2


This is a two-part series with today's post being Part 2. Last week's post (Part 1) was more about the restaurant and food. Today's post is all about the fabulous wines at Du Toitskloof Cellar. I've got a great selection to share with you and some of these wines are for export into countries like Germany.

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Wine Tasting at Du Toitskloof Cellar
Jessica (my eldest daughter) and me

Quest MCC Sparkling White Wine

Du Toitskloof Cellar
Sauvignon Blanc

Lands End Sauvignon Blanc

Du Toitskloof Wines
Tunnel Moscato

Du Toitskloof Fairtrade
Capesecco Blanc

Capesecco Blanc Label in German

Du Toitskloof Fairtrade
Capesecco Rosé

Capesecco Rosé Label in German

Du Toitskloof Cellar
Pinotage Rosé

Zola Cape Cuvée
Cabernet Sauvignon / Pinotage

Du Toitskloof Cellar
2013 Nebbiolo

Dimension Shiraz / Malbec

Breedekloof Wine Valley Map
with Du Toitskloof Cellar





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Tina Morley

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by Tina Morley
unless stated otherwise.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Du Toitskloof Food and Wine - Part 1


Today's post is a two part series on Du Toitskloof Cellar and Melissa's Food located in the scenic Breedekloof Wine Valley. Amanda joined us on this particular trip where we enjoyed something to eat and drink. Robbie and I shared a bottle of red wine, the 2013 Nebbiolo, and a wood fired pizza. Amanda chose something sweet instead. She wanted a slice of the pecan cheesecake and I suggested the Earl Grey tea. Amanda said the tea tasted like lavender.

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2013 Nebbiolo
Du Toitskloof Cellar

Wood Fired Pizza

Amanda with her Earl Grey Tea and
Pecan Cheesecake

Breedekloof Wine Valley Map
with Du Toitskloof Cellar




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Tina Morley

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by Tina Morley
unless stated otherwise.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Bergsig Wine Estate and Bistro


We visited the Bergsig Wine Estate and Bistro for my husband's birthday. We had lunch there with our three girls. Jessica, Samantha, and I ordered the Creamy Seafood Soup. Samantha and I also asked for the Bobotie to share. Amanda had the Chicken Schnitzel and Robbie, my hubby, had the Oxtail. We also ordered a bottle of the award winning Touriga Nacional 2013. The service, although slow, was friendly and the view of the vineyards and mountains was beautiful.

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View from the Bistro


Bergsig Touriga Nacional 2013

Samantha and Jessica
and a Basket of Fresh Rolls

Amanda

Amanda's Chicken Schnitzel

Robbie with the Oxtail Stew

Creamy Seafood Soup

A Half Portion of Bobotie

A Variety of Bergsig Preserves for Sale

Yellow Strelitzia called Mandela's Gold







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Tina Morley

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by Tina Morley
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