Delaire Graff is a place for all senses, from the stunning visuals of the groud and artwork through out to the delicious wine and food they grow and serve to the utmost comfort in the beautiful rooms, relaxing spa and peaceful grounds. This vineyard is a place you can truly induldge, relax and enjoy as you soak in the beauty of the winelands. Ranked as one of the most prestigious vineyards it is no surprise to find the owner of the vineyard discovered his fortune through diamonds and no expense or sparkle has been spared.
To be visited in 2021.
Delaire Graff has 2 unique restaurants one with a Afro-Asian fusrion and one with a bistro style Afro fusion. They home grow all their own vegetables and herbs and you can really taste the difference. The main restaurant is a culinary journey with a terrace whose views alone deserve a visit. The head chef, Kevin Grobler creates a craft menu that Ulises all from root to shoot, nose to tail in his incredible tasting menus inspired by their wine. Indochine sets you on an adventure where east meets west with fragrant Asian influences. Regularly voted one of South Africa’s top restaurants is isn’t simply a second choice to the main restaurant and both are a must for guests.
With 5 treatment rooms including a couple’s room with hydrotherapy bath, indulge in a treatment designed to relax the mind and awaken the senses. With high quality products and an extensive list of treatments you can easily spend a day here between the treatments and the pool overlooking the valley. After you are done you can relax by the pool overlooking the valley and indulge in a afternoon snack or glass of wine.
The gardens and walls of the lodge are covered in statues and famous works of art. It is almost like entering a gallery, you can easily spend an afternoon walking round admiring the talented artists that adorne the walls. Nestled among the dramatic mountains and spectacular gardens is Laurence Graff’s personal collection showcasing South Africa’s finest contemporary artists with over 400 pieces including the iconic Chinese girl by Vladimir Tretchikoff.
All year round.