February 24, 2020

Join us for a unique evening dancing on the grapes with plenty of delicious wine, food and live music to keep the spirits and energy levels high.   

Date: Friday 20th March 2020
Time: 18h00 til late
Venue: Beaumont Family Wines Werf
Tickets: R510 per head


February 13, 2020

Bot River Barrels & Beards 2020

The tenth edition of Bot River’s Barrels & Beards is coming on Saturday, 18th April 2020 and seats are very limited. For those who know what it’s all about, it’s only the ticket and accommodation you need to book - but if it’s new to yo...

February 5, 2020

At the early stages of harvest, once our delicious Chenin juices start fermenting, we celebrate this short but sweet period of feathery white, aromatic wine – The Federweisser. 

Come and taste this unique stage of our Chenin Blanc and compare it to the finished Che...

November 18, 2019

The start of spring 2019 has been rewarded with some beautiful and much needed rain on the farm and some fantastic ratings and reviews of Hope Marguerite. Starting off with the most recent at the launch of the 2020 Platter Wine Guide last week which saw it receiving it...

Sebastien Beaumont is making some impressive wines from his family farm in Bot River, including Hope Marguerite, a stunning Chenin

Sebastian Beaumont is one of the stars of Bot River, a wine region nestled between Elgin and Hemel-en-Arde.

His mother re-started winemaking...

September 30, 2019

The Bot River wineries are embarking on an epic adventure!

The wonderfully eclectic bunch of winemakers are dusting off their gumboots in exchange for their city savvy attire.

Hitting the road for a trip to Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Pretoria and Maseru (Lesotho) to pro...

Is there a top-end Chenin Blanc with a longer track record of excellence than Hope Marguerite from the Beaumont property in Bot River? First made in the late 1990s, the wine has grown in stature ever since and is now a leading example of what can be done with old vines...

September 13, 2019

Like lashings of creamy, churned butter the yellow canola fields wash over the hillsides of Bot River aka Butter River. The official story of how the region got its name though dates all the way back to 1672, when the San people traded their butter with merchants along...

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