Druk My Niet Wine Estate in Paarl is celebrating its reopening on 7 April after falling victim to a raging fire last year.
Early in 2017, a devastating fire raged through the family owned Druk My Niet Wine Estate destroying almost everything in its path. Several months have passed and Druk My Niet has once been transformed into the fine boutique wine estate it was renowned for.
Diarise Saturday, 7 April (9am to 6pm) for a fun family day out to this charming estate, which is situated on the outskirts of Paarl, less than an hours’ drive from Cape Town.
Join in the celebrations as the refurbished Tasting Room and Cellar reopens its doors to the public once again. Entrance is free, with delicious food and ice-cold beverages available to purchase on the day. A spit braai, German sausages, artisanal pizzas, craft beers and Glühwein are some of the appetizing highlights you can expect to find on the day.
And what would a day out in the winelands be without a prize or two. One lucky couple stands the chance of winning an overnight stay in one of the estate’s luxurious self-catering cottages. Included in the prize is a wine tasting and tour with winemaker, Alexandra McFarlane. Runner up prizes include a double Magnum of the Druk My Niet T3 or Invictus, or a mixed case of estate wines.
A Boules competition on the estate’s new courts and a series of tutored tastings presented by the winemaker throughout the day, add the final touches to what promises to be the perfect day out for young and old.
For more information contact 021 868 2393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.