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Franschhoek Uncorked 2017 at Môreson: exciting offer

Posted on September 15, 2017 by Nikki Friedman

Welcome to Franschhoek Uncorked 2017 at Môreson. Pull in and join us for a relaxed afternoon lineup packed with Môreson wines, food by Neil Jewell, live music and more. 

This year the focus is on the newly released Môreson Cape Blend: Pi Not Age. It’s a tasty number that'll have you wrapped around her little finger in a matter of sips. She’s got us so tied-up-in-knots that we’re throwing in six bottles of our award-winning Môreson Knoputiback Chardonnay.Semillon blend every time you purchase a case of Pi Not Age. The things we’ll do for a minxy wine. 

Do pop in. It’ll be the best decision you’ve made all month. 

For your information – Bread and Wine is offering :

Plate of charcuterie @ R60
BBQ red wine Spier short ribs, black pepper pickled cabbage @ R80
Brazil nut & chocolate toffee ( priced by weight)
Vanilla fudge @ R5

We have arranged :

  1. A Jumping castle for the children
  2. Face-painting and balloons
  3. Outdoor lawn games (only 3)
  4. Live music

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Môreson & Franschhoek Uncorked 2017

Posted on August 24, 2017 by Nikki Friedman

Come join us for The Franschhoek Uncorked Festival, which takes place over the weekend of 16 and 17 September 2017.

Sample new releases wines and more as you travel from farm to farm throughout the weekend. We have a few surprises up our sleeve...

The Franschhoek Uncorked Pass is valid for the entire weekend and costs R150 per person through www.webtickets.co.za. Your pass includes entry to the participating farms, a complimentary tasting glass and tastings of the wines on show.

 

Posted in franschhoek, Franschhoek Uncorked, Franschhoek Uncorked 2017, moreson, spring, wine, wine festival, wine show

Môreson at The Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival

Posted on April 10, 2017 by Nikki Friedman

The Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival returns to Summer Place on16 & 17 May 2017 to showcase South Africa’s finest quality wineries.

Meet winemakers, taste the latest vintages, discover regional differences and discuss when to drink your old wines.

Môreson is proud to be a part of the boutique offering of just 45 wine estates. These wineries have been chosen for their provenance and a mark of distinction to knowledgeable and keen wine lovers. Each winery featured is handpicked for its quality and distinction providing a forum for interaction between wine lovers and talented cellar masters. Our winemaker Clayton Reabow will be there to interact with the festivalgoers. 

"My passion for wine allowed me to appreciate, assess and stage the finest wineries for an interested and exclusive audience," says Juliet Cullinan. "Our aim has always been to showcase small, exclusive boutique wineries. We provide a worthy forum for interaction between keen and knowledgeable wine lovers and talented cellar masters. Promoting wineries with a ‘sense of place’ is an old world philosophy in which we firmly believe. We tailor our exhibitor’s list to allow our guests to taste the finest and we keep the crowds down so that everyone can meet and chat to the winemakers."

Date: Tuesday 16 & Wednesday 17 May 2017
Time: 17h00 – 21h00
Venue: Summer Place, 69 Melville Road, Hyde Park, Johannesburg.
Tickets from Webtickets R200 online at Webtickets & R220 at the door. 

Posted in Clayton Reabow, franschhoek, The Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival, wine, wine festival, wine tasting, winemaking

The Noordhoek Crush 2017

Posted on April 01, 2017 by Nikki Friedman

We certainly have a crush on this wine festival. Don't miss this exclusive chance to taste the line-up above.

The Crush Wine Festival is going back to its origin for the third year running. The past two Noordhoek Crushes have been a huge success raising a substantial profit for charity. Each year they aim to bring the wine farms to you in a fun family focused wine festival.

Date: 29th April 2017
Time: 11 am – 5pm
Price: Entrance is free. For those who want to explore the wine stalls a R150 tasting passport can be purchased (which includes a wine glass).

At The Noordhoek Crush you will have the opportunity to sip, swirl and buy over 100 wines from 20 wine farms as well as 3 craft gins from 333 Distillery.

The Noordhoek Crush breaks aristocratic expectactions where quaffing and spitting wine are encouraged and children are discouraged from attending. We not only welcome your children, but they will be entertained with various kids activities such as face painting & sand art as well as the permanent purpose built kiddie heaven play area.

Last year was awesome but this year we have made a few improvements to try and increase the level of awesomeness;

- Only pre-sold tickets will be available; Last year many travelled from far only to find the event was sold out. This year all tickets will be sold online prior to the event.
- We have made the tickets even more limited. Please buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Last year we were a sold out event at 1000 tickets sold. This year we will cut the ticket sales at 750. This means more space, more wine, less queues, more fun, less squish for everyone.
-We have more food stalls and a dedicated food and chill area. With all that wine we need to line your stomachs with an array gastronomic delights; pizzas, sushi, Quesadas. All the Noordhoek Farm Village restaurants wll be open for buisness as usual, as well as providing pop up stalls within the festival should you want to enjoy your lunch on the grass or in the food tent.
-More parking available; Not that we are encourging drink driving, but last year the normally ample parking at The Noordhoek Village was at maximum capacity so this year we have made friends with our neighbours who have lent us a field!

As always an off consumption liquor license is in place so wine can be bought at cellar door prices to consume on or off the premises. The Village Restaurants will be waiving their corkage fees to promote the purchasing and consuming of the wines on the day.

There will be a live band providing music through out the festival.

This event is being hosted by The Foodbarn, The Foodbarn Deli, Café Roux, The Toad In The Village, The Village Sushi and Orderwine.co.za

Posted in The Noordhoek Crush 2017, wine, wine festival, wine tasting

The Franschhoek Craft Festival

Posted on October 25, 2016 by Nikki Friedman

Let's get crafty. Join us for the most hand-crafted festival ever. Expect: craft beer, ciders, gin, bubbly, charcuterie, oysters, exotic ingredients, healthy juices and loads of kiddies entertainment!
 
Book your ticket now at www.webtickets.co.za

Posted in beer, craft beer, franschhoek, gin, The Franschhoek Craft Festival, wine festival

Five reasons to crush on The Noordhoek Crush

Posted on April 08, 2016 by Nikki Friedman

Gather the family and friends for an enjoyable day out on the Cape Peninsula, filled with wine, sunshine and good times.

The Noordhoek Crush—a family focused festival—takes up residence on 9 April at The Farm Village in Noordhoek, an appropriately family-friendly venue of note. 

Five reasons to crush on The Noordhoek Crush

  1. We’ll be there. Come and enjoy a glass of Môreson bubbly in a festive atmosphere.
  2. The Noordhoek Crush is a food and wine event for the whole family - both babies and grandparents welcome.  Their aim:  “Breaking traditions of aristocratic wine events where quaffing and spitting are encouraged and children discouraged.”
  3.  There are 100 wines from 20 wine farms to give a whirl, ahem, swirl.
  4. All The Farm Village restaurants and shops will be open, there will also be some pop up stalls serving delicious dishes.
  5. As far as wine festivals go, this one is pretty affordable. Entrance is free. For those who want to explore the wine stalls a R75 tasting passport can be purchased (which includes a tasting glass) 

Tickets.

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