A hop and a skip from Robertson town as well as McGregor, and nestled in the Agterkliphoogte Valley lies Windfall, a small boutique wine farm and one of South Africa’s best-kept secrets.

Windfall took its name from South African cricketing legend, Eddie Barlow, who noticed the mist cascading down the surrounding mountains of Robertson, or “The Valley of Wine and Roses” as it’s come to be known.  Five self-catering cottages overlook a beautiful valley with a backdrop of majestic mountains, with beautiful walks and MTB rides easily accessible in the surrounds and on the farm itself. There are a few cellars in the area which offer tastings and cellar tours.

There is a small play area for kiddies which includes a jungle gym, as well as a swimming pool and a dam for those who want to try their hand at fishing or relax at the boma which includes a braai facility and the most magnificent sunsets in the Robertson Valley.

The prize includes:

– 2 nights accommodation stay for 4 people in 1 self-catering cottage on a farm
– 1 mixed case of Windfall Wines (6 bottles)
– welcome basket
Total value: R4500

To enter, like the Facebook post below, and then leave a comment by tagging the names of three friends who you’d like to join you?

Terms & conditions:
– non-transferable
– doesn’t include meals
– doesn’t include transport
– subject to availability

The competition closes on Thursday, 13th July. Other standard terms and conditions apply.

 

Photography Ockie Fourie

Article written by

Justin

Justin Williams is a born-and-bred Capetonian with a flair for writing. His icons include the late South African authors Lawrence Green, Eric Rosenthal and T.V. Bulpin, literary figures who continuously inspire him to cover the avenues of lifestyle, travel and nature in a local context. When he's not covering a story, Justin can be found in the mountains - he's a renowned wild food forager and herbalism student.