Hermanuspietersfontein Food & Wine Market

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Hermanuspietersfontein

OPEN TIMES
Sat
Every Saturday 09h00 - 13h00

Just as we revived the original name of Hermanus, we have revived the conventional Saturday morning community market as a food and wine market – a place where families go to buy fresh produce, meet friends and generally rub shoulders with members of the local community.
Just as we revived the original name of Hermanus, we have revived the conventional Saturday morning community market as a food and wine market –a place where families go to buy fresh produce, meet friends and generally rub shoulders with members of the local community. This takes place on the wide verandahs of the elegant yard of the cellar.

Breakfast or an early lunch can also be chosen from a wide variety of food and enjoyed at tables under the umbrellas with a glass of 1855 cellar door wine.

Products:
Olives and olive oils, cheese, cured meats, pies, breads, organic vegetables, sauces, spreads, pâtés, pickles, flowers, honey, snacks, take away meals, traditional and international dishes, organic coffee, breakfast, cakes... and many more

Organic by Nature
We take pleasure in introducing our latest stall acquisition: Organic by Nature.

Joan Baker and Duncan Harford grow their produce in the Tesselaarsdal valley and they are really passionate about organic. Their stall overflows with good, wholesome products including organic goats’ and sheep’s milk cheese and a selection of the best from their shop. Freshly picked on the morning of the market, the vegetables and herbs are almost too good to put into the fridge. So, bring your basket and fill up on the best the Overberg can offer.

Directions from Cape Town:
Travel along the N2 towards Caledon over Sir Lowryés Pass and through the Elgin Valley. At Botriver (approximately 100 km from Cape Town) take the Hermanus R43 off ramp. Travel approximately 26 km to the 2nd set of traffic lights (2 km before Hermanus) and turn left at the Sandbaai/Hemel en Aarde junction onto the R320 to Caledon. Take the first turn left into the Hemel en Aarde Village and continue for 300m to the Hermanuspieterfontein Cellar on your left.

Directions from Garden Route:
Travel west on the N2 towards Cape Town ’pass through Mossel Bay, Riversdale, Heidelberg, Swellendam and Riviersonderend. Take the Hermanus turn-off, 10 km outside Riviersonderend, to your left. At Stanford take the R43 to Hermanus. Continue traveling on the Main Road through Hermanus and 2 km out of town turn right at the Sandbaai/Hemel en Aarde junction onto the R320. Take the first turn left into the Hemel en Aarde Village and keep driving for 300m to the Hermanuspieterfontein Cellar on your left.

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