Category: Events

Christmas Lunch
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Christmas Lunch

Spending Christmas in the Stellenbosch winelands and surrounds? Webersburg Wine Estate, encapsulated by the idyllic Stellenbosch Mountains between Somerset West and Stellenbosch, welcomes you to enjoy our delicious special Christmas menu while soaking up the magnificent views of the Stellenbosch winelands.

Kids Parties
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Kids Parties

Webersburg Wine Estate Birthday Celebrations are held in front of the dam, underneath our beautiful oak trees, where your kids have endless space to run, and a jungle gym to play around.

Mother’s Day
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Mother’s Day

We’re celebrating Mother’s Day with a delicious lunch menu and a special Mother’s Day Picnic at Webersburg Bistro on Sunday, 13 May 2018.

Murder Mystery
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Murder Mystery

It is 1698 in the Scottish Lowlands. Lord Eric Ashton, brother of famed beauty Lucy Ashton, has requested the presence of seven guests at an intimate dinner. It is well known that poor Lucy is almost demented with fear at the constant spectral visits she has been receiving. She has become convinced that the terrible hauntings have something to do with her pending marriage. She is certain that if she can establish who murdered the woman who keeps haunting her, she will once more feel safe and have the courage to break her unwilling engagement.

Sunset Picnic
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Sunset Picnic

Pick a spot on the pristine garden, overlooking the magnificent dam or in front of the elegant Cape Dutch Manor House, finding shade among the large oak trees and watch the sun set behind the Stellenbosch Mountains. Guests may also receive a friendly visit from the ducks who waddle and swim around the dam.

Murder Mystery
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Murder Mystery

This unique murder mystery is set in the 19th century at the stately Webersburg Wine Estate, Cape of Good Hope.

The year, to be precise, is 1853 and Cape wine exports to Britain are at an all-time high. The fine wines from the tip of Africa are in fact so popular that they are out-selling French wines in Britain. Needless to say, the French are not pleased and have been doing everything in their power to suppress the export of wine from the Cape. The Cape wine industry on the other hand, has never been more delighted with its produce. So much so, that the Governor of the Cape decided to host a celebratory Grand Ball.