Lodestone Wine

Temporarily closed

Plettenberg Bay

Restaurant

Jon and Ingrid Tonkin had been coming to Plettenberg Bay on holiday for over 30 years before settling permanently at The Crags in the foothills of the Tsitsikamma Mountains in 2012. They named the farm after the naturally magnetized mineral magnetite – Lodestone – because of the appeal it held for them. Its first harvest came in 2014. Vines planted include Sauvignon blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot noir and Semillon which are used to make still and sparkling wines. Visitors are occasionally also treated to a glass of cold, refreshing honeybush tea, which Lodestone farms along with olives and king proteas.

Wine

White and Dessert Wines

Chardonnay, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc

Red Wines

Pinot Noir


Restaurant

Overlooking an old elephant watering hole, with memorable mountain views, the warm and welcoming tasting room is the perfect place to sample our wine and olive oil, or enjoy a delicious light lunch simply made from seasonal produce locally sourced wherever possible