The Windmill Wine Shop (Hazyview)
Categories: Cafés & Eateries / Wine Tours & Tasting
Price group: On Request (see other things to do in this price group)
Available in the following region(s): Panorama Route
Stay Overnight: See Hazyview accommodation, in Mpumalanga
Address: On the R536 between the towns of Hazyview and Sabie, Mpumalanga. (We are located 18km from Hazyview and 26.6km from Sabie).
Telephone: +27 (0)13 737-8175
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm.
Closed on Sundays.
The Windmill Wine Shop in Hazyview offers a small but unique selection of Cape Wines changing regularly according to wine trends in a relaxed buying atmosphere with knowledgeable advice to hand. As always enthusiastic supporters of South African micro brewers you'll find a local brew is available on tap or in bottles to take home (subject to availability)
We find that cheese & wine is a match made in heaven make your choice from a premium selection of award winning South African cheeses and if you're in the mood for a cuppa we offer filter coffee, cappuccinos & spresso from LaVazza Coffee.
Our deli includes a small choice selection of South African cheeses, cold meats, local smoked trout, preserves & pickles and bread & biscuits. And if you're in need of a bit to eat for lunch you can make your selection from the deli of South African cheeses, cold meats, local smoked trout, preserves & pickles, savoury biscuits & biscuits & bread and we serve it on a wooden board with baby tomatoes and fresh herbs & salads from our own garden. Please note the deli items individually priced.
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