Spier, the beloved South African winery celebrated for its commitment to excellence and regenerative business, invites food and wine lovers to their limited-edition Winemaker Dinners. Come experience culinary delights and discover the estate’s rich 331-year-old winemaking heritage through an evening of storytelling.

Held in the beautifully restored Manor House, every evening includes a flavourful 4-course meal, with each dish perfectly paired with Spier’s acclaimed wines. Throughout each evening, Spier Cellar Master Johan Jordaan and a specialist winemaker from his team will share tales from the cellar and reflect on their unique winemaking styles. Seats are limited, so be sure to book your seat at the table for any one of the upcoming evenings:

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You’re invited to book your place now and embark on an extraordinary culinary adventure like no other.

The Spier Winemaker’s Dinner Series is priced from R695 – R850 per person, offering an exclusive experience that includes a delightful Cap Classique on arrival and a four-course meal expertly paired with Spier wines. To ensure an intimate and personalized experience, seating for the Manor House Winemaker Dinners is limited to one long table seating 22 guests. 

For reservations and further information, visit www.spier.co.za.

About Spier

One of South Africa’s oldest wine farms and a well-known Western Cape landmark, Spier is still a family-owned winery three centuries after its establishment in 1692. With each bottle of Spier wine purchased, you help support Spier’s Growing for Good initiatives that empower communities to create positive social and environmental change.

Today, Spier has a fresh, conscious energy focused on art and good, ethical farming. It produces six ranges of award-winning wines and is a WWF Conservation Champion and a member of the Wine Industry Ethical Trade Associations (WIETA). The winery is FSSC 22000 and organically certified.