Dave and I headed to Mossel Bay to spend the night at Aqua Marina before going to Sedgefield to have lunch with my mother-in-law. That evening we had supper at Route 57 and the following morning we headed out and about to the Outeniqua Farmers’ Market. We had wanted to get oysters but the ladies were not there. We did however get some amazing blue cheese and a very ripe brie cheese as well as some bread.
As we had not found everything we needed for lunch at the Outeniqua Farmers’ Market we stopped off at Wild Oats which in my opinion is the best farmers’ market in the country. We bought fresh blueberries and ready trimmed strawberries as well as some cured meat. After shopping we had a single espresso and then headed off to lunch.
On the 16th we went to the Food & Wine Affair at Lourensford Wine Estate. (I was given tickets courtesy of Checkers from Go4Word PR). I had hoped that the farmers market would be open but sadly it wasn’t. We did a few wine tastings and I bought 6 bottles of the Lourensford Merlot 2011 as well as a bottle of the MCC rosé that was on special for the show. We arrived early and spent a very short time there but it looked like it was a great day out for the whole family. We found a few new wine estates to try, one being La Bri in Franschhoek which showcases their wines in relation to local flowers. I cannot wait to visit them at the estate.
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