Allesverloren

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Swartland Wine & Olive Route

Restaurant

The 227ha Allesverloren has a long history with Shiraz and Portuguese grape varieties, although it has broadened its portfolio of late to include a Chenin Blanc too. The history of the farm dates to 1704 with the first grapes harvested in 1806. Some 140 years ago, it passed in to the hands of the Malan family and has remained there ever since. Danie Malan is the fifth generation on the Swartland estate. Apart from wine tasting, there's a wedding venue and forest chapel, and The Pleasant Pheasant restaurant that serves local fare.

Wine

White and Dessert Wines

Chenin Blanc, Rosé

Red Wines

Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tinta Barocca, Touriga Naçional, Red Blend


Restaurant

Pleasant Pheasant is a family-style restaurant on the farm Allesverloren, just outside the village of Riebeek West. Enjoy wines from the farm under the old oak trees, whilst looking out over the beautiful vineyards of the Riebeek Valley. A jungle gym will ensure the little ones are kept busy.