Set in-and-amongst the plum orchards, overlooking the vineyards & the majestic Stellenbosch Mountains, Café Blanc de Noir truly is a unique experience! The rustic chic décor & the friendly staff create the perfect atmosphere for happy & relaxed dining. The menu focuses on fresh, simplistic & quality ingredients.
Rustic wood-oven pizzas, “family secret” cakes, award winning Brenaissance wines & craft beer are what they specialize in. Pop down after work, for a family outing, a birthday celebration or a cappuccino break while on a cycle through the Valley.
Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate produces a range of 7 unique wines. The combination of a unique microclimate, obsessive hands- on management of each berry on every block & the careful selection of award-winning individual varietal wine making specialists, enables Brenaissance to produce a diverse & quality range of wines.
“We aim to bring to you everything exceptional & unique that can be created from our heaven on earth.”
Opulence personified! This Classic Black & White Estate is the perfect setting for a magical wedding, a lavish celebration or an affluent corporate function. Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate has a choice of venues that can cater for events up to 200 guests. With a beautiful chapel, river deck, magnificent Brenaissance Hall, stunning photo settings, convenient guest accommodation & even a white photo studio, this Estate is flexible to cater for all unique & special occasions. Expect your expectations to be exceeded!
Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate offers the perfect setting for conferences, executive board-meetings, strat-planning sessions, company days & team building sessions. Our boardroom is equipped with all the facilities one may need. Once the hard work is over visitors can unwind with; a jog in the vineyards, a sunset wine tasting, reading a magazine while sipping on a frothy cappuccino, enjoy a cold craft beer with mates or snack on a gourmet pizza at Café Blanc de Noir. This is the perfect venue for “out of the box” thinking & creativity.
Stellenbosch is the second-oldest and undoubtedly the most scenically attractive and historically preserved town in southern Africa.
The name conjures up images as few other towns or cities can. History is reflected in the neo-Dutch, Georgian and modern-Victorian architecture that encompasses simple lines, fine detail and elegant proportions that bear witness to a proud and dignified heritage.
Oak-lined streets, where jagged lines of trees etched against white walls transform the streets into soft, shady tunnels, offer welcome relief from the hot sun.
The town's academic history has its roots in the early nineteenth century when the Stellenbosch Gymnasium, the forerunner of today's internationally renowned centre for education, the Stellenbosch University, was established.
Stellenbosch is a centre for "clean" industry and is a sought-after location for business, ranging from entrepreneurs to major international companies, many of which have their head office in the Town of Oaks.
There is a small-town atmosphere and leisurely lifestyle surrounded by nature's bounty, yet Stellenbosch is no more than half an hour's drive from the cosmopolitan buzz of Cape Town and endless stretches of pristine white beach are within 15 minutes' drive.
The mild weather and unique terroir is ideal for wine-growing and the region has amassed many international awards over the years. The first Wine Route was established in 1971 and comprised 17 cellars; today the Stellenbosch American Express Wine Routes boasts more than 200 members.
Brandy, one of South Africa's finest products, is distilled in many cellars throughout the winelands.
In Room Facilities:
Wi-Fi, air conditioning, DSTV, tea & coffee making facilities, hair dryer.
The tranquil, friendly town offers a plethora of activities and events for young and old, the adventurer, nature-lover, music and art-lover, and history buff. The unsurpassed scenery with views over vineyards, mountains and orchards, offers excellent photographic opportunities.
Stroll along the streets and secluded lanes and savour the atmosphere, mingle with the locals at an open-air coffee shop or bistro, or titillate your taste buds with fine local fare or international cuisine at one of the many restaurants and eateries.
Hike through vineyards and along mountain trails that have been the source of inspiration to poets and artists for centuries.
At the end of your day, relax at one of the many health resorts and spas located in the town, amid rolling vineyards, or set snugly against the foothills of majestic mountains.
Other activities include bird watching, fishing, biking, running and wine tasting.