Waverley Hills Restaurant

Waverley Hills Restaurant

Situated in the winegrowing region of Tulbagh, Waverley Hills established its first vines in 2000. Just a few years later, it was singled out for both exemplary farming practices and exceptional wine. It was the first organic wine producer to achieve the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative’s Champion status while a string of awards include its flagship Shiraz, Mourvedre and Viognier (SMV) being the only red blend to win Platinum at Michelangelo International Wine & Spirit Awards in 2014, also winning the Organic Trophy; and, a year later its Shiraz being named SA Champion at the SA Young Wine Awards.

The Waverley Hills’ restaurant is open six days a week for breakfast and lunch, and twice for dinners on Wednesdays and Fridays. The venue has become a popular destination where the menu changes constantly according to ingredients available in season. The restaurant caters for weddings in the adjoining chapel as well as groups making use of its conference room. Picnics can be arranged, for which blankets, pillows and umbrellas are provided. Visitors arriving on the vintage steam train operated by the Ceres Railway Company are welcome too.

Waverley Hills is a thriving destination for lovers of wine and nature.

Waverley Hills is situated 90 minutes from Cape Town, off the R46 near Wolseley, between Tulbagh and Ceres. For more information about Waverley Hills or to order wines delivered to your door, visit www.waverleyhills.co.za. Visit the Waverley Hills Facebook page and Twitter page @WaverleyHills. Contact the farm on 023 231 0002.

Address
Off the R46 between Tulbagh and Ceres, Wolseley
Contact Number 023 231 0002
Email address info@waverleyhills.co.za
Website waverleyhills.co.za