Grande Provence turns on the charm for Valentine’s Dinner under the stars

Grande Provence turns on the charm for Valentine’s Dinner under the stars

Surprise your Valentine with the ultimate romantic dinner under Franschhoek stars in the Sculpture Garden at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate.

Nothing says “I love you” like an intimate dining experience in the elegant Restaurant at Grande Provence or your own private, luxuriously draped outdoor pavilion on Valentine’s Day.

Couples will be treated to a seductive 7-course Valentine’s menu made with love by Executive Chef Darren Badenhorst. This culinary indulgence begins with an enticing menu with canapés, petits-fours, and a long stemmed rose.

You can either opt for the regular Valentine’s dinner at R885.00 per person, which includes a glass of bubbly on arrival, or go all out for the private gazebo at R3 250.00 per couple. This ultra-romantic al fresco dinner includes oysters and a bottle of the elegant Grande Provence Brut Méthode Cap Classique crafted on the estate. There are also some optional extras such as Imperial Heritage Caviar and more oysters for couples who want to throw all caution to the wind.

To make your evening extra special, a romantic stay at the intimate Owner’s Cottage on the estate is highly recommended.

For Valentine’s dinner bookings, call Lizelle on Tel: 021 876 8600 or e-mail reservations@grandeprovence.co.za. For accommodation enquiries, visit www.grandeprovence.co.za or e-mail ownerscottage@grandeprovence.co.za.

Located in Franschhoek, the heartland of South African wine country, Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate embraces true South African wine heritage, excellent food at The Restaurant and luxury accommodation at The Owner’s Cottage and La Provençale Villa in the Vineyard. Part of The Huka Retreats, Grande Provence also offers guests The Winery, The Jonkershuis, The Gallery, The Sculpture Garden and The Shop. For more information visit www.grandeprovence.co.za, Facebook.com or Twitter @grande_provence.


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