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Groote Post is a historic 18th century farm on the Cape's West Coast where winemaking traditions have been revived by the Pentz family. Unique aspects and cool climatic conditions of the Darling Hills yield superlative fruit. Our wines are produced...more
What a delightful place with a feeling of free farm, warm and cosy friendly welcoming staff, wine to die for and the food out of this world. Where have all the good chefs gone... look in these places. The farm kitchens and the hide aways......More
Setting and venue great as is the wines, however restaurant is a dissapointment. Seven of us got squashed around a table, thought the restaurant was going to be full hence them not offering to join another table.Suffice to say had only 1 other table arrive...More
A group of six people made the trip to Groote Post to have a wine tasting and lunch at the restaurant on the farm. We had made a booking but arrived some 30 minutes late. (we did phone them to advise them that we were...More
Hard review to write insofar as it is a lovely (little) wine farm with a pleasant old building housing a restaurant in the Cape Dutch style that serves good food, but we had a plague of flies whilst trying to have their picnic basket. It...More
We had a lovely afternoon at the winery. Unlike many other wineries in the area there is no charge for the tasting and servings are generous. We then had a lovely lunch at the restuarant on the wine farm. Great service. We sat under under...More
A tasting experience at the award winning Groote Post Winery is worth the short drive offroad . We enjoyed a fabulous meal at Hilda's kitchen afterwards: gracious interior, good service and great food , managed by the very hospitable husband and wife team Shaun and...More
A gem of a place hidden among the hills of the West Coast winelands - about 50 minutes north of Cape Town. They offer a complimentary tasting inside the cellar where one can view the working cellar itself in action. An onsite restaurant across the...More
Having sampled some of the wines, we made the effort to trek through the dirt tracks to this historic homestead. How the settlers chose and existed in these remote places is beyond me!
The wine tasting was interesting - if a trifle pat and functional...More