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The Splendour of Spring - celebrate with fynbos-inspired Cape Winelands Cuisine

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A Celebration: The Splendour of Spring

From the days of the hunter-gatherer to the latest culinary trends, foraging is part of both traditional and modern cuisine. When European recipes landed in the Cape in the 1600’s, they were adapted to the...

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Feasting in Franschhoek

Spring in Franschhoek is something spectacular. Sunny skies, the bright green of oak trees and vines, the splendour of fynbos against the mountain slopes... It is hard not to be caught-up in all the sights...

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A Tribute to JH Pierneef

Today, 4 October 2017, is of special  significance to La Motte as it marks 60 years since the death of Pierneef on 4 October 1957. Other than La Motte's tribute exhibition, A Tribute to the Life and Work...

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Celebrating Art in Franschhoek

The Franschhoek Valley has received international acclaim for the quality of its wines, the exceptional standard of its restaurants and its varied and popular tourism offering. Another attribute is Franschhoek’s wonderful selection of art –...

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The Splendour of Spring - celebrate with fynbos-inspired Cape Winelands Cuisine

From the days of the hunter-gatherer to the latest culinary trends, foraging is part of both traditional and modern cuisine. When European recipes landed in the Cape in the 1600’s, they were adapted to the...

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Honouring Heritage with a Spring Green Gazpacho

A raw vegetable soup might sound very modern, but it is a true celebration of Cape heritage cuisine. With fresh produce such as vegetables the actual reason for the establishment of the Cape, the Company...

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2012 Vintage of Flagship Hanneli R Released

Embodying the values of dedication and excellence, La Motte is proud to release the 2012 vintage of its flagship red wine, Hanneli R. Carefully crafted and blended from Syrah (60%), Grenache (30%) and Petit Syrah...

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La Motte’s Cape Winelands Cuisine Cookbook - a celebration of Culinary Heritage

The Cape Winelands, from the Constantia Valley to Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Wellington, Worcester and Tulbagh, hold the combined history of many different nationalities who, over the centuries, travelled to this most southern part of Africa...

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Pincushion Pleasure

The beautiful colour of the Pincushion, ranging from light yellow to deep orange, brightens up the most miserable of winter days.  Now available from the La Motte Farm Shop, they make for lovely cut flowers,...

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Ravioli with wild mushrooms and goat’s cheese

Persian-Arabian pasta recipes were also known in Spain, but it was the Italians who experimented with the recipes and exported the use of pasta to France. The Italian cooks started to fold pieces of meat...

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