Bread & Wine – Winelands Dining at its Best!

“Human Rights Day fell on a wonderfully warm autumn day in April of this year and Kate Rawbone, wine and food enthusiast from the Wedding Concepts team, ventured out into the Franschhoek winelands to explore and take some time out.”

“Human Rights Day fell on a wonderfully warm autumn day in April of this year and Kate Rawbone, wine and food enthusiast from the Wedding Concepts team, ventured out into the Franschhoek winelands to explore and take some time out.”

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Human Rights Day fell on a wonderfully warm autumn day in April of this year and Kate Rawbone, wine and food enthusiast from the Wedding Concepts team, ventured out into the Franschhoek winelands to explore and take some time out.

“When it comes to going out with my family and friends, there is always a plan, a reservation or arranged meeting in mind. This time around, feeling rather rebellious, we threw caution to the wind and decided an impromptu visit to Franschhoek was just what we all needed – taking into account we couldn’t really agree on anything else at that stage! We started off by taking a leisurely stroll down the main road as many of us had never actually explored all the little boutiques, galleries and café’s that line either side of  this busy Franschhoek through fare. A quick coffee injection from Café Träumerei and we were back in the car trying to find a winery that was actually open! With some luck we stumbled on one or two of the usual farms that produce nothing short of fabulous South African wine. The big surprise of the day however came at lunch. With no reservation we walked into Bread & Wine at Môreson and were welcome with a big smile from the host and a free table in a packed restaurant! Success!

The food, ambiance and wine are the perfect setting for a long, lazy lunch. It’s so fantastic to eat at a restaurant where you can taste the various ingredients in a given dish. Plus the wine is spectacular – and Bread & Wine charges the same price as the farm. We decided that the best plan was to share a variety of dishes. The charcuterie platter was the winner of the day with its array of cured meats (chorizo, salami, ham and more), cheese, olives, rocket salad and varied selection of home-made breads. Truly excellent and I left feeling nothing less than spoilt.”