6 Things to do at Jordan Wine Estate
6 Things to do at Jordan Wine Estate
If you haven’t been to Jordan Wine Estate, in Stellenbosch, here is what you are missing:
1. Wake up in the vineyards
In 2015 Gary & Kathy Jordan launched The Luxury Suites at Jordan. Each suite has spacious interiors that are individually designed and uniquely decorated, making the Jordan Luxury Suites an ideal choice for a unique & relaxing Winelands getaway.
Situated just 25 minutes from Cape Town International airport and 15 minutes from Stellenbosch, it is perfectly situated.
Facilities and services include free Wi-Fi, Egyptian cotton linen, Nespresso coffee machine, room safe, air conditioning, HD LED TV with DSTV satellite options, mini-fridge, hairdryer, en-suite bathroom and a veranda with outdoor furniture, the perfect place to sit and enjoy your complimentary bottle of Jordan Estate wine.
2. Take to the hills and enjoy endless single track
Having a link to the Bottelary Mountain Bike route has made enjoying the trails all that much more. The Bottelary Hills Conservancy (BHC) became a non-profit organisation in 2008 with the assistance of private landowners and conservation authorities who initiated and led the formation of the BHC. The BHC falls within the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve where is serves as a buffer zone to protect and maintain the rich biodiversity in the area.
They are pleased to share the same ethos at the BHC and to be a link on the trails. Buy your day permits for R50 from The Bakery at Jordan and head out to enjoy the mot epic views of the Cape Winelands, Cape Town, Table Mountain and take in the flora and fauna of the region.
Did you know that on any given day, if you’ve got good eyes, you can spot the beautiful Cape Dwarf Chameleon, which according to African folklore are believed to have magical powers?
3. The Bakery at Jordan
After your time on the trails, take time to rest and relax with a delicious breakfast or lunch. Or put your feet up and enjoy the lawns in one of their picnics pods, basking in the dappled sunlight under the trees, while feasting on a basket full of scrumptious, freshly wood fired breads, homemade dips and preserves, fresh salads, freshly baked tarts AND MORE…
The Bakery at Jordan is open for breakfast and lunch, 7 days a week, which means the menu changes seasonally.
4. Enjoy a 360° tour of the estate with panoramic views
Take some time to tour the vineyards in their open safari-style game viewing Land Rover, with stops to experience the spectacular views of False and Table Bays as well as the flora and fauna of the Cape Winelands.
Jordan is unique by nature’s design and there is no better way to experience the terroir & geology of the estate whilst tasting a selection wines in the sustainably grown vineyards.
A selection of wine tastings are available at the tasting room that allow you to taste their award winning wines. From the Estate range all the way through to the Reserve wines.
5. Fine dining with breath-taking views
Chef George Jardine and his team have been in the Top 20 SA Restaurants since opening in 2009. George and his team, focus on local and seasonal ingredients sourced from South Africa’s best suppliers and producers. The Restaurant at Jordan houses a selection of the finest seasonal South African cheeses in a walk-in cheese room. This is NOT to be missed.
Not only do they serve all the wines from Jordan, they have a fantastic selection of rare South African wines to enjoy.
And make sure you don’t leave without tucking into their famous lemon & poppy seed soufflé for dessert.
The Restaurant at Jordan has fantastic winter specials, including two 5 course food and wine pairing experience for the price of one. Alternatively, join them for lunch where you can enjoy any main course off the menu and a glass of wine for just R200 per person.
Situated 25 minutes from Cape Town International Airport and 45 minutes from Cape Town City centre, you’re just a hop, skip and jump away from pure relaxation.
Jordan are off the grid, which means they don't experience load-shedding. They also have deep underground water reserves which means, although their are cautious about their water consumption, they will never run out of water!
With some of the best bird sightings of the Cape, extensive flora and fauna, world-class wines, fine dining and more, you can sleep, eat, cycle, walk, eat, drink and relax without having to go too far and feel like you’ve had the best vacation ever.
For more information contact them on 021 881 3441 or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.