It’s that time of the year again where we can put up the Christmas lights and spend some quality time with the family. And what better way to bring your loved ones together this holiday than watching some upcoming releases and ultimate classics?
Nine days, nine incredible prizes. Yes, in celebration of all things festive and joyous, Stellenbosch Visio is all about sharing the dream this December. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram where our NINE DAYS OF FESTIVE SPOILS competition will run from 6 to 17 December. Want to know what’s up for grabs?
Stellenbosch’s famous De Warenmarkt has presented many legendary wine events, but few will argue that the occasion hosted in November this year will go down as one of the most auspicious happenings seen in the Cape Winelands in a long time.
Mountain bikers can look forward to the eighth annual Savanna Origin of Trails MTB Experience taking place in Stellenbosch on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November 2021.
When artist Paul du Toit (1965-2014) discovered a material called concrete canvas, he was able to transform his heavily textured paintings into sculptures on a grand scale. Until 21 November 2021, 13 of Paul’s groundbreaking pieces will be exhibited by IS Sculpture at Tokara Wine Estate’s delicatessen in Stellenbosch.
Quoin Rock Wine Estate’s awe-inspiring picnic spots offer al fresco dining with comfortable seating, dedicated service and delectable wines to complement a scenic Stellenbosch wine farm experience.
Tokara, the prestigious family-owned Stellenbosch wine estate, toasts the 50th year of Cap Classique with the release of the ultra-stylish 2013 vintage.
Spring is all about new beginnings, new adventures and new discoveries. Celebrate the turn of the season at a luxurious lagoon lodge, attend a cooking masterclass, book a scenic horse ride and diarise a novel garden week.
Brimming with uplifting style inspiration, the onset of spring reminds us of the transformative and invigorating power of clothes. Colourful stripes, bold florals and mismatched prints inject optimism into your wardrobe, while a hint of metallic and expressive colour clashes signal an unapologetic sense of joy and freedom of expression. By Jackie Burger