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La Motte winery is beautiful (like many of the wineries in the region). But their food sets them apart. I had one of the best meals of my life. The meat was cooked to perfection and ever so tender! The wine pairings were delightful and...More
One of the better properties in franschoeck IMHO,the property is beautiful. The restaurants look amazing and the place just warm and inviting. The tasting room is tastefully decorated. Their wine stewards are professional, knowledgeable and friendly. The price is affordable as well. Wish we stayed...More
We are from California and this was our first South African tasting. Laid back, informative and downright civilized. We enjoyed it a lot. And they made shipping to US easy. So I purchased some wine for home. I also love the Pinot age.
We had a wonderful experience at this winery. The grounds are spectacular, too bad we didn’t have more time to linger.
The associate who provided our tasting experience was very helpful and knowledgeable about the wines.
The tasting room was adjacent to the work area,...More
La Motte is close to my heart because it’s where my forefathers settles as Huguenots in 1695. The estate is beautiful and the wine tasting is very nice. You get 7 wines to taste for R60. I like the relaxing atmosphere of a wine estate,...More
We visited today for wine tasting then lunch. It didn't hurt that it was a pretty day, but the gardens were immaculate and the setting serene and peaceful. During the summer I believe it will be a lot more crowded, but still the restaurant is...More
Don't go to the wine estate without visiting the museum.
At the entrance it shows the history of La Motte and its architecture and gives an insight into the Rupert family who own it.
Wine growing started in 1752 and it has come a long...More