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Beaumont farm and winery is steeped in history: it’s home to the region’s oldest wine cellar, which dates to the 1700s, and boasts a fascinating watermill – one of the oldest in the Overberg. The Mill houses three different mill machines, one of these a Vitruvian driven by a beautiful wooden water wheel powered by a natural stream.

The Beaumont family crest “Erectus non Elatus” – which means proud but not arrogant – is an approach carried through everything they do, from the hand crafted, classically-styled wines and wine tastings to the indoor and outdoor venue spaces and charming holiday cottages. The Beaumont family also hosts a number of events, including the popular Barrel Lunch.

The next lunch takes place on Sunday 1 July, starting at 12pm with a glass of Beaumont Chenin Blanc and their delicious homegrown almonds and olives. Sebastian will walk visitors through the vineyards to demonstrate how vines are pruned, before moving into the barrel cellar for lunch.



  • Beaumont Olives
  • Beaumont Almonds
  • Beaumont Chenin Blanc


  • Homemade mushroom, thyme and pine nut ravioli with a burnt sage butter, toasted pine nuts and parmesan
  • Freshly baked Mill bread and farm butter
  • Beaumont Hope Marguerite


  • Marinated Springbok fillet served with a plum and port sauce accompanied by pumpkin fritters and sautéed fine beans
  • Beaumont Pinotage


  • Dark chocolate tart served with fresh cream and an orange reduction
  • Beaumont Port

Coffee & Tea

The cost is R365 per head and due both the limited number of seats and popularity of this event, early booking is advised.
To do so, email or book online at the website

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