Springfontein

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Stanford Wine Route

Restaurant

A second-generation mining engineer from Germany, Dr Johst Weber first set foot on Springfontein in 1994. A year later, he bought the property with a group of friends, retaining the majority share. The first vines were planted in 1998, while the first vintage was in 2005. Vines cover only a minor portion of the more than 500ha property. Some 80% are red varieties, with the focus gradually shifting to Chenin Blanc and Pinotage. The winemaker is Zimbabwean-born Tariro Masayiti. Alongside the wines, Springfontein also has a restaurant and offers farm-stays.

Wine

White and Dessert Wines

Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Rosé, Methode Cap Classique

Red Wines

Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinotage, Shiraz, Petit Verdot, Red Blend

Wine experiences

Meet the Winemaker

Wine & Food Pairing

Wine or Cooking Classes


Accomodation

Type

Bed & Breakfast

Rating

Price

$$ moderately priced

No. of rooms

5

Nestled under and around majestic Milkwood trees, our Cottages offers a relaxed country atmosphere. All cottages are open plan with a large bathroom and a stoep. Most of the cottages have a fireplace.

Restaurant

Springfontein Eats. Set on our working wine farm, we keep things down to earth! Home grown and foraged herbs and vegetables, locally sourced fish and meats. Look for locavore food, with a hint of molecular gastronomy. Ulumbaza Wine Bar(n). The historic building has been renovated and is ready to welcome guests for wine tastings, various kind of tapas, and even the best dry aged steaks in town. Share a glass of wine with friends, or enjoy a simple dinner in the cozy rustic atmosphere at a warm crackling fire! Our Bar(n) also is the Wine Estate's main South African outlet and therefor from time to time provides exclusive offers.

Experiences

Outdoor Experiences

River Cruises
Farm Animals / Wildlife: Bird Watching
Hiking Trails

Lifestyle Experiences

Grounds: Tennis Court
Public Events / Festivals