We’re very excited to announce Neethlingshof as our June 2024 wine pairing farm. Join us for a wonderful evening of tasty food, great wine, and fun.


Our Food and Wine Pairing evenings are well known for scrumptious dishes (amuse bouche, starter, mains, dessert), each one paired with incredible wines, drawing out exquisite flavours from every course. Lanser and farm representative, Karen Green, will briefly describe why each dish was paired with each wine?

There will be a four course dinner, and we’ll be tasting 4 different wines from Neethlingshof.

Our goal, as always, is to give you the most fun and the best value possible.

Expect a fabulous evening of poetry, story-telling, wine and food pairing, and loads of fun and laughter.

Seating is limited.Booking is essential!

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29 June 2024
18:00 for 18:30

Lansers on Main
453 Main Road, Bryanston

Price: R685 per person

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The history of Neethlingshof Estate spans more than 300 years. In 1692, Willem Barend Lubbe, a German settler, began farming the site he had been granted by Governor of the Cape Simon van der Stel on the Bottelary Hills overlooking False Bay. He named the farm De Wolwedans, “The Dance of Wolves”, having mistaken for wolves the packs of jackals roaming the countryside.

At Neethlingshof winemakers worked unhurriedly at perfecting their craft. For more than a century the Estate has been synonymous with the best wine-making traditions of the Western Cape.

Since 2003 Neethlingshof has been following an active biodiversity orientated strategy in its farming practices. We are moving away from a mono culture of vines and in the process we are giving back to nature some of what we took from her in the past.

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