With the establishment of the Hermanus Wine Route it took no time before we saw wineries and wine labels depicting our favourite mascot – the whale. Whalehaven is the first stop at the entrance to the Hermanus Wine Route and with a recent re-branding the presence of whales on the route has just been strengthened. Whalehaven has a brand new, stylish interior where you can also taste jam and buy local mustard. In an area renowned for Pinot noir and Chardonnay Whalehaven rises to the occasion with an award winning Pinot produced from grapes sourced from Sumaridge.
The tasting room is also open on Sundays to ensure that visitors don’t have to miss out on what’s on offer.
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And soon the wine in this Tasting Room will be paired with sculptures by Niel Jonker – especially for Hermanus FynArts
Can’t wait for Hermanus FynArtsand seeing Niel Jonker’s limited edition bronzes at Whalehaven winery.
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