Hazendal Estate is set in a picturesque valley on the Bottelary road. Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel originally granted ... More
Hazendal Estate is set in a picturesque valley on the Bottelary road. Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel originally granted it to Christoffel Hazenwinkel in 1699. In 1994 Russian born entrepreneur Dr Mark Voloshin, chairman of the international Marvol Group, purchased the the estate and restored it to its former glory. Both Hazendal and the Kleine Hazen ranges have been listed with top local and international airlines. The estate is a unique experience of interwoven threads of both South African and Russian cultural heritage.
This is such a beautiful wine estate. Especially the restaurant is so magnificent. Spectacular ceiling mural. A must to visit.
This farm was the first Russian owned farm in South Africa and it clearly shows but in a very good way, very tasteful the combination of Russia with the South African heritage
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