Haute Cabriere is a wine farm steeped in history and local lore and
has been part of the Franschhoek Wine Valley for over 300 years.
In 1982, the vineyards were replanted in the tradition of the Champagne. Today the farm specialises in a range of champenoise which have been named after the original Cabrière founder, Pierre Jourdan.
The Pierre Jourdan Tasting Cellar is an auditorium within the maturation cellar ensuring that visitors are able to enjoy the wines in their natural habitat.
Every Saturday Achim von Arnim and his son, Takuan, treat guests to the ultimate in wine theatre.
The famed French cavalry sabre is used to open the bottles of Pierre Jourdan Cap Classique.
This teqnique is called Sabrage which is a technique for opening a champagne bottle with a saber, and is cused during ceremonial occasions.
This cellar-style restaurant is built into the hill that offers some of the best views of Franschhoek. Guests are able to look into the Pinot Noir Maturation Cellar while they dine.
The cathedral arches make this a perfect venue for weddings and other events.
The Haute Cabrière Cellar Restaurant's speciality is innovative cuisine with each dish designed to be accompanied by a Cabrière wine.
The Wine Club offers the following benefits:
t: +27 21 876 8500