Journalist Bianca Coleman stopped in for lunch at The Stone Kitchen Bistro on Dunstone Country Estate as part of her Winelands Getaway in Wellington.
Our overall impression of Wellington was one of warm and welcoming hospitality from everyone we encountered, all of whom went to great lengths to make our visit as pleasurable as possible.
Read the full article in IOL here.
Until recently, spending the day exploring wine country was seen to be a costly affair – the oaked estates, sweeping vistas and manor houses exhibiting obvious affluence. While the touring of vineyards may still eat into the most generous of weekend allowances, there are a handful of farms offering the full experience of food and wine to those seeking value for money.
Read the full article, featuring four wine farms that won’t break the bank, here.
The Dunstone Shiraz Rosé was named in the UK’s Independent newspaper as one of the top 10 rosé wines to drink in 2017.
Fun and light, rosé wine is the ideal tipple for a summer afternoon or evening. But it’s not just a pretty face with no depth. It can be interesting, textured and elegant, too, with a wide range of flavours from simple citrus and peach stone fruit to watermelon, sun-soaked red berries and black fruit, herbaceous green and white pepper spice. Some rosés have a tantalising lightness that makes them the perfect aperitif – others have more body and are a match for meaty dishes.
Curious to know which other 9 wines were mentioned? Read the full article here.