NWANEDI Wine Estate
Since inception the estate has been developed with a particular emphasis on sustaining the beautiful and fertile surroundings we have been so blessed with. Hence it is constantly the primary consideration when plans are considered for development and change. While the estate is an operating farming unit, guests are offered the opportunity of relaxing in the tranquil atmosphere and:
- walk around the farm, enjoying the vineyards and the environment. (No motorbikes or other mechanical transport devices will be permitted).
- visiting the small and interesting winery, however for the 2013 vintage many changes are to be made with the development of the NWANEDI Farmyard Kitchen. Primarily with the wine tasting facility being relocated into the winery.
- A dream has been to host open-air musical concerts under the backdrop of the majestic mountain view. This will soon become a reality, with the same sight being used for weddings and other functions.
- Alterations to the winery building are on the drawing board to facilitate the ultimate dream of creating a very large operating model railway project to share with others.
NWANEDI COUNTRY MANOR
NWANEDI Country Manor was designed to offer the discerning guest with the facilities and service that will always be a reminder of the pleasure of being associated with the NWANEDI experience. Emphasis is on absorbing guests into the reality of the working farm or just enjoying the luxury, pleasure and privacy of the Manor.
- Enjoy a sundowner on the patio/lounge, absorbing the magnificent evenings and the majestic views.
- Tours can be arranged for local wineries, places of interest or other areas of the Cape Winelands and Cape Town.
- Airport transfers done by arrangement.
- Secure parking.
Places of Interest and Activities:
- Paarl is exceptionally proud of the fact that Mr. Nelson Mandela began our country's long walk to freedom, from Paarl, and the peace he has brought is a wonder to all.
- Since 1687, Paarl has been known as the pearl of the Cape Winelands. Being the third oldest town in South Africa, the area is steeped in history and traditions of colonisation by Dutch, Belgain, French, German and English pioneers have added their cultures to a magnificent area.
- The KWV building with the original brandy distillery is a must to visit for the intrinsic history of the Dutch East India Company.
- Mountain biking and walks * Game Parks * Crocodile Farm * Franschhoek * Many international Golf Courses * Hiking trails * are all in proximity.