Spice Route Destination, situated on the slopes of the Paarl Mountains in the Western Cape, offers tasting and aesthetic experiences at various establishments located within walking distance of each other. The Destination’s choice of restaurants and broad-ranging offerings make an ideal destination for year-end functions.
Aside from a range of dynamic offerings to browse, experience and taste, the Destination’s three restaurants each have set menus that cater specifically for groups. Why not add to your sit-down lunch by working up an appetite with a selection of pre-tasters, all provided with the Destination’s passport. The passport is a convenient way to enjoy a range of tastings at leisure and to add to your on-foot journey in between different venues on the premises.
More about Spice Route Destination’s passport:
For groups planning a day trip in the Winelands, Spice Route Destination’s passport is an ideal option that caters for many people’s interests. The pocket-sized booklet costs R180 p.p. and is valid for one year from date of purchase. The following standard tastings are included: Swartland Wine Journey (5 x Spice Route wines), CBC standard beer tasting (4 x beers), De Villiers Chocolate tasting (a range of chocolate bits to bite), a standard charcuterie board from Richard Bosman’s Quality Cured Meats and a standard gin and spirits tasting at the Wilderer Distillery (4 to 5 spirits including gin).
Respective tasting reservations, apart from the passport, are required for 10 or more people and can be booked at the vendor of choice.
A list of vendors can be viewed here: https://www.spiceroute.co.za/tastings/
Most vendors at Spice Route Destination trade from 9h00 to 17h00 daily.
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