Robertson Wine Valley
Wedding Venue, Busses Welcome, Outside Seating, Wheelchair Friendly, Accommodation Available
The late Eddie Barlow of cricketing fame was so inspired by the mist cascading down the mountains in the Agterkliphoogte Valley near Robertson that he acquired the farm and renamed it Windfall. He later sold it to KwaZulu-Natal property developer Robert Alexander, who rejuvenated the property by restoring dams, replanting vineyards, unearthing new boreholes and establishing Windfall’s boutique cellar. Windfall offers a range of red and white wines, a potstill brandy called The Hunter, extra virgin olive oil and self-catering cottages.
White and Dessert Wines
Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé, Methode Cap Classique
$$ moderately priced
No. of rooms
5 cottages, sleeping 2-4 people, 2 family units and 3 for couples.
We have 5 self catering cottages which over look our beautiful valley with a backdrop of majestic mountains. Beautiful walks and MTB rides are easily accessible in the surrounds and on the farm itself. There are a few cellars in the area which offer tastings and cellar tours. A hop and a skip from Robertson town as well as McGregor.
Our units sleep between 2 – 4 people. Chenin and Sauvignon Blanc are suitable for couples sharing as they each sleep 2 people. Barrel 41 is suitable for 2 couples and sleeps 4 adults. Mendola and Cabernet Sauvignon are suitable for families, sleeping 4, one queen sized bed and 2 single beds in each unit. There is a small play area for kiddies which includes a jungle gym, as well as a swimming pool and a dam for those who want to try their hand at fishing or relax at the boma which includes a braai facility and the most magnificent sunsets in the Robertson Valley.
Platters can be ordered upon request.