The trusted French Baguette can be spruced up beautifully with an array of delicious ingredients, ideal for summer entertainment over a glass of De Grendel Rose or two.
Three 5-star wines, including a fourth 5-star award in a row for Elim Shiraz, and no less than 14 4.5-star ratings in the 2023 Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide, highlight the depth and consistency of excellence in the wines of De Grendel.
Picture-perfect views of Table Mountain, contemporary Cape cuisine and design, and a relaxed fine dining ambiance with friendly, professional service add up to making De Grendel Restaurant one of South Africa’s top 20 most-loved restaurants.
In the fast and furious race towards the end of the year, do you sometimes catch yourself daydreaming? We’ve been imagining ourselves serving these little bites of deliciousness to eager friends and family!
With the 2022 Sauvignon Blanc from De Grendel fresh out of the starting blocks, it added the coveted FNB Sauvignon Blanc Top 10 award to its existing list of accolades during the awards ceremony held on 13 October.
With Double Gold medals for two successive vintages of Op die Berg Syrah and another for Op die Berg Pinot Noir 2021 at the 2022 Veritas Awards, high altitude is becoming synonymous with high achievement for De Grendel.
You have to try this amazing vegetarian recipe:Ricotta and Goats cheese zucchini ravioli in a roasted tomato sauce. Enjoy it with a glass of De Grendel Sauvignon Blanc.
De Grendel gleamed in Platinum, Double Gold, and Gold at the 2022 Michelangelo International Wine & Spirits Awards, showcasing excellence across a diverse range of wines.
We’re celebrating! De Grendel wines raked in a fantastic eight 90-plus scores from respected wine commentator Tim Atkin MW in his 2022 South Africa Special Report, including an outstanding 94 points for our Op Die Berg Chardonnay 2021.
There are few things as disappointing than opening a wine only to find that it is less than satisfactory. But here’s the good news – the wine aficionado knows how to store wines properly, making sure they are drinkable for several years to come.