The prestigious Val du Charron offers visitors the perfect place to relax, wine & dine and get the adrenaline rush of savouring different flavours.
All this whilst surrounded by unspoiled and picturesque views of the beautiful surrounding Wellington area.
Their sun kissed wines have won numerous accolades and give visitors the perfect opportunity for a tasting experience they will remember for sometime to come as well as a much needed escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
What’s the Deal?
Wine Tasting Experience for Two – R49 (valued at R90)
Wine Tasting Experience for Four – R89 (valued at R190)
*1 x R100 off a Theater of Wine Pack (not per person).
Four White Legs: New World white wine blend.
Pieter Erasmus – den Deen: Cape blend.
The Black Countess: Rhone-style blend.
The Story of our Wines
"It is well to remember that there are five reasons for drinking: the arrival of a friend, one's present or future thirst, the excellence of the wine or any other reason." Latin Proverb
In 2006, the Entwistles purchased the 45 Ha farm in the historic Bovlei valley, ten minutes from the town of Wellington, and under an hour’s drive from Cape Town.
The farm was initially proclaimed in 1699 and the Entwistles are only the sixth family since then to hold title. Sadly the farm had been in a steady decline for many years and the Entwistles arrived to a semi-derelict fruit farm with tremendous soil potential, deep cultural significance and outstanding panoramic views. The Entwistles christened the farm Val du Charron as a tribute to this rich background – Val du Charron or Valley of the Wagon maker was the original name of the Wellington valley. The French influence stems from the Huguenots who settled in the area in the early 1700’s while the reference to wagon making refers to the fact that Wellington was the last town where the Afrikaner’s ox wagons could be serviced before heading over the majestic Bainskloof into the then unknown hinterland.
Thus began a five-year rehabilitation of the historical buildings, planting of the vineyards and olive groves and finally the re-establishment of the wine making tradition on the farm. Stuart Entwistle, fortunately, had over 25 years of experience in property development that enabled them to do this. In 2012, Val du Charron itself became an Estate label i.e. all wines under the Val du Charron labels are bottled, produced and come from vines grown on the farm itself; thus giving a pure expression of the terroir to be found on Val du Charron’s southerly facing slopes.
2011: Michelangelo International Wine Awards – Black Countess 2010 – Gold
2013: South African Premier Business Awards – Finalist – Exporter of the Year
2013: Top 100 SA Wines – Chardonnay 2012 – Top 100 and Best Value Wine
2013: Decanter World wine Awards – Chardonnay 2012 and Four White Legs 2012– Commended
2013: Old Mutual Trophy Wine – Four White Legs 2012- Silver
2013: Michelangelo International Wine Awards – Erasmus 2011 – Silver
2013: Michelangelo International Wine Awards – Chardonnay 2012 – Gran d’Or
2013: Veritas Awards – Black Countess 2011 – Bronze
2014: Veritas Awards – Shiraz 2012 – Silver
2014: IWSC – Black Countess 2011 – Bronze
2015: Drinks international – The Theatre of Wine - Most Innovative Tourism Experience in the World
2016: Cape White Blend Challenge- 91 points –Four White Legs 2015
Validity: The deal is valid until 28th February 2019.
Reservations required: Call 021 873 1256 or email email@example.com.
Valid from: Tuesdays to Sundays (10h00 – 16h00).
48-hour cancellation policy applies.
No-shows forfeit Hyperli voucher.
No tour operators are allowed to purchase this deal.