Ethical farming, the health of the soil and the people who work it.
Artistic endeavour and absolute care in the crafting of our wines.
This is what matters to us.

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THE WERF, OUR HISTORIC FARMYARD, IS CALLING. WALK, WONDER, WINE, DINE AND GET INTO THE RHYTHM OF FARM LIFE.

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INSPIRED BY THE SEASONS, OUR DISHES ARE MADE WITH FRESH INGREDIENTS FROM OUR FARM AND TRUSTED LOCAL SUPPLIERS.

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Inspired by creativity and craft – both old and new – we've meticulously restored the farm's beautiful Cape Dutch buildings. Inside these as well as across our grounds and in the Spier Hotel, you'll find artworks from the Spier Art Collection – one of the largest collections of contemporary works in the country. This is just one of the many ways Spier supports South Africa's arts community.

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Growing for Good

By choosing Spier, you are supporting our Growing for Good learning initiatives. These empower our communities to create positive social and environmental change.

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Spier Light Art Call for Proposals

Spier Light Art Call for Proposals

Following the success of the inaugural Spier Light Art Festival, the historic Stellenbosch wine farm will present a second edition from 6 December 2019 to 19 January 2020.

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Emerging Illusionistic Bend: an intriguing new arrival

Emerging Illusionistic Bend: an intriguing new arrival

Spier’s rich collection of contemporary sculpture has grown with the arrival of Rodan Kane Hart’s Emerging Illusionistic Bend. Created in 2015, the work forms part of a series of metal sculptures by Hart that unpack the shapes and ideologies of contemporary South African cities.

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LOADED HUMMUS WITH OLIVES, CAPERS, ALMONDS AND SMOKED PAPRIKA

LOADED HUMMUS WITH OLIVES, CAPERS, ALMONDS AND SMOKED PAPRIKA

Creamy hummus is a crowd favourite for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. Top it with all kinds of goodies and a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil to make a show-stopping table centrepiece as a starter or snack. Serve with crudités, crackers, Melba toast or bread sticks. Note: You’ll save some time by using canned chick peas instead of cooking from dried chick peas.

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