Hartenberg vertical tasting captures 20 years of winemaking with Carl Schultz

Wednesday, 30 January to Sunday, 3 February daily at the Estate

Join Hartenberg Wine Estate from Wednesday, 30 January to Sunday, 3 February during this year’s Stellenbosch Wine Festival and celebrate winemaker Carl Schultz’s 20th harvest with rare vertical tastings of the flagship single vineyard Hartenberg Gravel Hill Shiraz.

As one of South Africa’s oldest Shiraz producers, Hartenberg enjoys wide acclaim for its exceptional terroir and Carl’s masterly ability to work with this variety. Shiraz lovers can look forward to comparing different vintages of this single vineyard Gravel Hill Shiraz.

Alternatively, Hartenberg invites Wine Festival goers to an authentic winelands picnic experience in the estate’s picturesque garden. Picnic baskets will be filled with local culinary delights from Hartenberg’s kitchen baked farm bread, perfect with Eleanor’s famous snoek pate, to a rich combination of terrines. Rosemary focaccia, delivered daily by a local family owned bakery and delicious salads dressed in a neighbour’s olive oil will add to the selection of delicious picnic treats.

To avoid disappointment, Shiraz lovers should book now for the Single Vineyard Shiraz Tastings available at R 50 per person, offered daily from Wednesday, 30 January to Sunday, 3 February by calling (+27) 21-8652541 or e-mailing info@hartenbergestate.com. The picnics at R145 per adult include a carafe of Hartenberg wine and are served seven days a week between 12h00 and 14h00. Children’s picnic basket available at R45.



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The first settlers to cultivate the virgin land of the estate today known as Hartenberg were in 1692, when friends Cunraad Boin and Christoffel Esterhuizzen were granted permission to work the 60 morgen of the farm. Even at this early stage the wine-bearing potential of the soil was recognized and one of the first tasks that the two partners undertook was the clearing of the land to plant 2 000 vines.
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