Thank you to all the people that helped us during this weekend of Soetes & Soup. We had great success over the weekend. We got nice compliments for our Tomato and Onion Marmalade Beef Soup and Spinach and White Wine Soup.

Hopefully everyone had so much fun with us @GoudiniWines

Soetes & Soup weekend is here

soetes en sop

@Goudini Wines we have 2 lovely soups complimented with 2 of our great wines. We have a Red Wine & Onion Marmalade Beef soup complimented with our 2011 Pinotage and a White Wine Spinach soup complimented with our 2014 Chenin Blanc The Bistro is open on Friday 18 July from 9am – 5pm and Sunday 20 July from 9am – 2pm. Bistro is closes on Saterday 19 July for the Soetes & Soup. We will have the best coffee in town, good vetkoeke, cupcakes and a very nice slow market with nice home made goodies for you to enjoy on Saterday 19 July. Hope to see you @ Goudini Wines

Breedekloof Food & Wine Pairing: Cape Town


Cellar Master of Goudini Wines, Hennie Hugo, together with Fiona McDonald who was one of the judges at the Breedekloof Food and Wine Pairing in Cape Town

The Breedekloof Wine Valley had the opportunity to showcase their talents/tastes at the Breedekloof Food & Wine Pairing held in Cape Town last night. This gala event was held at the Cullinan Hotel and included 15 wines together with the tastiest foods. Neil Pendock elaborates on the evening:

Breedekloof: Big is Beautiful 

It’s an idea that’s been a long time coming. It dates back to Saartjie Baartman and her amazing boude. Big is Beautiful. The three fabulous wines below – two Chenins and a Chardonnay – come from collective wineries you’ve never heard of processing over 100,000 tons of grapes a year. This is exactly the kind of product for our August Big is BeautifulB2B Fair aimed at hooking up restaurateurs and hoteliers with producers. Time to cut out the middlemen and save 30% for starters.

At the Cullinan Hotel last night, fifteen wines made an eloquent point. The potentially Naked Chef of SA wine, Neill Anthony played a blinder. His pork neck paired with the quartet of wines below – one even a Platter five star stunna – raised the Platteland to the Next Level in the same way that Die Antwoord made Steve Hofmeyr look like Germiston talent night. Not Bruce Springsteen, at all.

Please read the full article here

Christian from was also at the event and scored our Chenin Blanc:

Goudini Chenin Blanc 2013 was clean and easy with notes of peach and pear (score: 84/100). Knock-out value at R27 a bottle.

Here is the menu from last year’s event held at Opstal