French Wine Evening

Transport yourself to French Vineyards with us. Celebrate the end of 2019 with us at our final wine evening for the year. Champagne on arrival, a magnificent graze table by Amanda Wessels and Herve Delabesse or ‘The French Wine Guy’  presented the wines.

  • Loire Valley – Domaine Delaporte Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc
  • Burgundy – Albert Bichot Vieilles Vignes de Chardonnay
  • Provence – Mirabeau Rosé Classic Cotes de Provence Rosé
  • Burgundy – Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune Pinot Noir
  • Rhone Valley – Gabriel Meffre Laurus – Cotes du Rhone Villages
  • Bordeaux – Chateau Des Demoiselles

Picnic with the Cape Wine Farms

Picnic baskets for tables of 10 include 10 premium wines and bubbles from visiting wine farms and and gourmet spread of the finest local and Cape produce. Artisan breads, cheeses and preserves, charcuterie, pickles and dips, olives, figs, gourmet salads, sweets and more. Entertainment by visiting International Violinist collaboration with Caitlin de Ville, the gifted Zambian born self taught electric violinist.

Ten Top Wine Farms Attending:

  • De Grendel
  • Fairview
  • Hartenberg
  • Haute Cabriere
  • Iona
  • Jordan
  • Ken Forrester
  • La Motte
  • Springfield
  • Stark Conde

Date: Saturday October 6

Venue: The Stable Winery, 35 Kingsmead Rd West Borrowdale.

Event: 12pm-6pm

Dress Code: Glamorous Summer hats

2016 Craft Beer, Wine & Gin Festival with Queen of Hearts Café

In September 2016 we collaborated with the Queen of Hearts Café to put on a festival for craft beer, wine and gin. Read the write up about the event by the Queen of Hearts Café below:

What a wonderful day at our Craft Beer, Wine and Gin Festival, held in collaboration with The Stable Winery on Saturday 17th September. Thank you to all involved in making the day such an amazing event, with special thanks to: The Stable Winery, the wine farms, breweries and Inverroche Gin for participating in the event and travelling all the way from the Cape, Rooneys Zimbabwe, Safeguard, GTAXI, fastjet Zimbabwe, Michele Fortmann Photography and The Photobooth Co. We had such an amazing and overwhelming response to the event, with tickets selling out within 7 days of releasing tickets to the public. Tickets to the event were limited to 500 guests on a first come first serve basis and no tickets were sold at the gate. We thank you all for the incredible support and we look forward to the next festival:) Photo Credits go to the lovely Michele Fortmann Photography. 

View the whole album on Facebook here.

 

2014 Festival ‘A French Affair’

The much-anticipated highlight on Harare calendars, The Stable Winery annual wine festival.  A day of celebrating and sampling the fine wines we represent and a chance to converse with our wine visitors from the Cape, the people behind the brands who congregate in Harare for this event.  Guests are presented with a banquet of fine food synonymous with fine wine. A highlight over the years being the ‘Champagne and Oyster’ tent with fresh Scottish oysters on ice washed down with crisp South-African MCC’s.  Over the years Stirling EQ, a highly talented string quartet known for changing the face of instrumental music in South Africa and beyond with their extraordinary fusion of virtuosity and fresh beats have literally silenced the crowd in awe as they took to the stage at dusk fall.  A worthy local charity has been selected each year and is a benefactor of the proceeds of a generous wine raffle drawn on the day. The Stable Winery Festival was the first wine and food event of this calibre in Zimbabwe and it is not without reason that tickets for this once released are sold out over days.

2013 Festival ’Afrique Chic’

The much-anticipated highlight on Harare calendars, The Stable Winery annual wine festival.  A day of celebrating and sampling the fine wines we represent and a chance to converse with our wine visitors from the Cape, the people behind the brands who congregate in Harare for this event. Guests are presented with a banquet of fine food synonymous with fine wine. A highlight over the years being the ‘Champagne and Oyster’ tent with fresh Scottish oysters on ice washed down with crisp South-African MCC’s. Over the years Stirling EQ, a highly talented string quartet known for changing the face of instrumental music in South Africa and beyond with their extraordinary fusion of virtuosity and fresh beats have literally silenced the crowd in awe as they took to the stage at dusk fall.  A worthy local charity has been selected each year and is a benefactor of the proceeds of a generous wine raffle drawn on the day. The Stable Winery Festival was the first wine and food event of this calibre in Zimbabwe and it is not without reason that tickets for this once released are sold out over days.