Located in Plettenberg Bay, we stopped by Bramon Wine Estate for lunch one afternoon while roadtripping in South Africa. We arrived slightly late noon so there wasn’t a lot of people, just us and another group.
Being a wine estate, there’s a good selection of wine to pair with the food menu. We really enjoyed the freshly baked bread and handmade tapas! I can’t say which was my favourite. They were all very yummy. Overlooking the Tsitsikamma Mountains, the beautiful scenery made for a relaxing dining experience.
The menu is a refreshing selection of fresh salads, ham, seasoned meats, cheeses, dips and pates, fish and seafood. Preserves are also available to go with freshly baked bread. We loved the distinct flavour of every dish, yet, all were complementary of each other. I love every single dish, but if I’d to choose one to recommend, it’l be the Baked Brie and Cranberry dish. Sweet and salty are usually the best pairings! 😛
Their cellar door wines are available for tasting, which can also be purchased at their tasting centre on the N2. Their award- winning wine are also available for order online as well.
Bramon Wine Estate Accommodation
Little did we know that situated within the wine estate was also accommodation provided, for those seeking a peaceful and tranquil cottage living experience(Comes with a fireplace too). The self- catering accommodation has 2 bedrooms According to their website, the rate is R2000 per night, which is about SGD 225 for the entire cottage. Pretty good value I would say.
With a nice peaceful atmosphere next to the vineyard paired with delicious food and wine, be sure to drop by when you’re driving around the area! It was definitely a nice lunch break for us and I’ll definitely be back! Do note the restaurant recommends making a reservation prior to heading down.
Address and Opening Hours
Bramon Wine Estate: N2 The Crags Plettenberg Bay South Africa
Opens Daily 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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