Visitors can stay overnight in luxurious 4-star accommodation and enjoy excellent seasonal and locally sourced food at Harvest Restaurant.
One of the oldest operational wine farms in the country, Laborie offers a taste for every palate and delights for every age.
Taste on the Deck
This new restaurant at Laborie, is a thoughtful extension of the original tasting room, and offers glorious views of the vineyards and Paarl Rock. Here, guests can relax on the spacious deck and pair a wide range of wines and bubbly (including the award-winning 2010 Blanc de Blancs MCC) with mouth-watering charcuterie platters, tapas style dishes and even chocolate and macarons. For the little ones, Taste offers grape juice and sweeties pairings and also boasts the most picturesque jungle gym in Paarl.
Those looking to sample some fantastic craft beer should look no further than Laborie’s quirky and original new venue, Bar Di Bar, which offers local craft beers by the bottle or on-tap as well as tasty tapas to share. This retro addition to Laborie Wine Farm comes complete with an old-school juke box and a 1970’s Volkswagen Surfer Kombi which serves as the bar.
A longstanding favourite, the #KLINK award-winning Harvest restaurant continues to serve up scrumptious locally-sourced and sustainable food. Chef Matthew Gordon’s soon to be launched autumn menu is sure to tickle the taste buds. The garden terrace offers the perfect setting to take in the scenic surrounds, sip the farm’s wines and tuck into delicious, beautifully presented food.
The newly-renovated Jonkershuis is the ideal accommodation option for a night spent in the winelands. Sleeping six, and tastefully decorated in Cape French style, this luxurious self-catering holiday home features a terrace with mountain views and a sparkling blue swimming pool. Jonkershuis at Laborie is currently running a special offer of R2,750 per night for the house.