As summer winds down, activity at Groot Constantia has been winding up in preparation for this year’s harvest season. Groot Constantia is the birthplace of South Africa’s wine industry and this year will be the Estate’s 335th year of uninterrupted wine production.
No one knows who started it, but thank heavens they did! Open That Bottle Night is observed on Saturday 29 February and was created to celebrate not just the sipping, but also the extensive history of wine. All by candle light.
Die Stellenbosse wyn- en sportlegende Jan Boland Coetzee is op Donderdag 6 Februarie 2020 met die ikoniese 1659-erepenning vereer by die jaarlikse Wynoesherdenkingsgeleentheid op die geskiedkundige Groot Constantia-wynlandgoed in Kaapstad.
Stellenbosch wine and sport legend Jan Boland Coetzee was honoured with the iconic 1659 medal of honour on Thursday 6 February 2020 at the annual Wine Harvest Commemorative event at the historic Groot Constantia Wine Estate in Cape Town.
On 6 February Groot Constantia will host the 2020 Wine Harvest Commemoration and 1659 Medal of Honour awarding ceremony. Held in honour of the first Cape wine harvest, which took place in February 1659, the Wine Harvest Commemoration is an industry staple and exciting time for farms throughout the region.
Groot Constantia has once again been named as one of South Africa’s Top Wine Cellars in the 2020 SA Wine and Cellar Classification awards – making it one of the countries most successful wine producers over the past 10 years.
We've found plenty of reasons for you to pop a cork in this year.
Whether a romantic venue for two or celebrating ‘Pal-entines Day’ with a few, Groot Constantia is the perfect place for you!
Chinese New Year is celebrated every year through sumptuous and colourful festivities across the globe. We can’t think of a better place to spend it than at Groot Constantia.
Groot Constantia produces a premium sweet wine called Grand Constance which has a big, bold personality fitting for a wine that dates back to the Napoleonic era. In fact the…