Today’s post is the second part of the random Spier Wine Estate pictures I posted on Wednesday
Spier is a biodynamic farm and in addition to their healthy vineyards, they also have extensive tracts of land that is used to farm with cattle, sheep and chickens. All contributing to the fertility of the soil and providing to the operations on the estate.
I didn’t get to do a wine tasting on my visit but one of the things that interested me was the fact that one of their wine tasting packages is a wine and chocolate pairing.
Spier has a number of distinctive Cape Dutch buildings around the farm. These white gabled and often thatched buildings are typical of some of the earlier manor houses built in the Cape.
Disclosure: I visited Spier Wine Estate as guest of the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa during a fully hosted blogger tour of Cape Town. I received no additional remuneration to write this post and all views expressed are my own.