While we all wait in anticipation for the next address from President Rhamaphosa, we remind you that Louisvale is open from Monday to Saturday from 09h00 to 16h00 daily. Join us for an early morning breakfast to get you started for the day or for a leisurely lunch while taking in the magnificent vistas and the crisp fresh air. Lunch dishes are specially curated by the executive Chef Kirstie du Toit, and your hosts Mouton and Mogamat can share with you some interesting historical facts about the Khoekhoen, who lived in the area in the early 1800s, and the Louisvale farm, which dates back to 1924.
The winter menu boasts soups and various starters, and mains talk to all palates, offering their signature Pork belly dish, Curries, Burgers (veggie, chicken and beef) and the delicious fresh crispy Hake and fries.
Situated at the foot of the majestic Stellenbosch mountains in Devon Valley, sits the unusual architectural building which is home to Louisvale and Stone Road wines. This spectacular venue offers you the most wonderful 280-degree vistas of the three-million-year-old Cape Mountains.
With the current lockdown level, we are unfortunately not allowed to serve alcohol on the premises but you are welcome to view our latest available wines and order online or email Anzelle@louisvale.com to place your order for delivery or collection post lockdown level 4.
Once the ban has been lifted, we will be pleased to offer you the newest vintages to compliment your meal, such as the Louisvale Chavant (2020), Louisvale Dominique (2018), and also available in the popular Stone Road range, is the Sauvignon and the Cinsault Rosé (2021).
Soon to be released are the limited editions of Louisvale Merlot, Louisvale Cabernet Sauvignon, Louisvale Sauvignon Blanc 2021 and of course their signature Chardonnay 2021, for which Louisvale is most renown.
WHILE YOU ARE IN LOCKDOWN
Until the end of July Louisvale is running a ‘Buy 5 get 6’ wine promotion, please send your order to firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of this super winter offer.
The deli, situated on the premises was started in 2019 and today carries Louisvale’s very own home-made rusks and jams and delicious frozen meals created by executive Chef, Kirstie du Toit and also hosts a variety of products from local suppliers in the Western Cape.
Other items on offer include pickles, olives, confectionaries, hand-made soaps and many other locally produced items and some recognisable brand names such as:
Darling Sweet came into existence when Frits van Ryneveld and Hentie van der Merwe met in September 2013 and decided to start handcrafting toffee in Darling, and the rest is history.
The candy-loving confectionary offers a collection of gourmet nougat, fudges, macarons, brittles,
Marshmallows and Turkish delights. All being outrageously delicious.
Rose & Bos (Charcoal soap)
Be mindful of ethical consumption and a healthier and greener life. Take care of your wellbeing.
Shop eco-friendly products that are safe for you, your family and our precious planet.
“We @ Louisvale encourage you to please support your local community and to help the artisans to stay in business and stay relevant by popping into the Deli in the old manor house when next you visit”.
The farm, restaurant and deli are open 6 days a week (Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 16:00) for breakfast (09:00 – 11.30) and lunches (11.30 – 15.30). They also cater for larger groups and special events under normal circumstances but currently they follow strict Covid-19 regulations and protocols which includes limited capacity, social distancing and sanitising.
Louisvale wines, located in the Devon Valley area in the Stellenbosch wine district, is a working wine farm and restaurant nestled on the hill with 280-degree panoramic views of the three-million-year-old Cape Mountains.
All Louisvale wines are available to buy online and will be delivered once the lockdown has been lifted www.louisvale.com/shop