Vredenheim is situated just outside the town of Stellenbosch on the Stellenbosch Wine Route.
Coen and Rikie Bezuidenhout acquired the farm in 1986. Their daughter Elzabe was the first female winemaker on the Stellenbosch Wine route.
The Main House
The following wines are available on the farm:
White - Vredevonkel (a bubbly), Sauvignon Blanc, Vredenheim Angels (light fruity natural sweet wine) and Rose.
Red - Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot and CJB Reserve (tribute to Coen Bezuidenhout, owner of Vredenheim 1986 to 2005).
They also make a sparkling grape juice.
The farm has three venues catering for functions:
Hudson's Venue - A large function room decorated permanently with luxurious drapings, over 2000 fairy lights and chandeliers.
This converted barn opens up on to a view of the gardens with the dam and mountains in the distance.
Cellar Venue - This hall was once part of the old wine cellar. Beautiful painted with a magnificent dresser that fills the one wall and pillars with fairy lights.
Garden Venue - Gazebos, ponds, formal and informal flower beds, fountains, bridges that cross streams, rock formations and rose archers makes it the ideal place for outside ceremonies and receptions.
Restaurant Barrique offers traditional cuisine in various dining areas.
The Cape Town Lion Park opened its doors in 2009 with 13 brown and 5 white lions.
The guided tour includes an educational presentation "The Lion's Circle of Life".
Learn about their hunting methods and life as a pride of lions. Understand why lions roar’s at night and in the early morning.
See a Lion’s scull, heart and brain and you will also be able to touch and feel a lion's fur!
Guided tours are conducted daily between 10h00 till 16h00 - 7 days a week.
You can also view the following animals on a game drive:
Springbok, Bontebok, Eland, Gemsbok, Ostrich, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra and Fellow Deer.
Birds include White Pelican, Hadeda, Spur-winged Goose, Fish Eagle and Guinea-fowl.
Visitors are welcome to visit the well-known Angus Stud on the farm.
The farm offers a two-bedroomed self-catering cottage.
t: +27 21 881 3878
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