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Earlier this month SA Weddings was pleasurably privileged to pay boutique wine estate, Webersburg, a visit. Situated on the sunny slopes of the Helderberg Mountain between Stellenbosch and Somerset West, this picturesque wedding venue recently enjoyed an array of exquisite upgrades. We indulged in an elegant evening of opulence and grandeur, with fine dining and luxurious accommodation amongst a consortium of elite guests. Today we reflect on our experience and feature the various facilities this family owned farm offers our beautiful brides-to-be.


The extensive Webersburg grounds cater beautifully to both indoor and outdoor wedding celebrations. They have a variety of venue options available to cater for the style and size of your specific event - whether it be a large, lavish affair or a smaller, more intimate function.

The state of the art ceremony venue opens up onto majestic views of the mountains, forming the most picturesque backdrop. The ambient cellar dining room with candelabras and moss-kissed walls, is dressed with authentic 18th century relics and a king size table that set the scene for the dining soiree. Overall, the historic site and surrounding grounds, combined with award winning wines, mouth-watering cuisine and dedicated service will make your special day an unforgettable experience.

Venues and Capacity for Events


The seasonally-inspired bistro creates innovative, decadent dishes that are made up of freshly sourced, local ingredients. With the finest culinary chefs in the kitchen, you can be assured of a tailor-made menu enticing your guests' taste buds. Choose between indoor fireside or alfresco dining options overlooking the lake. Wedding guests can also opt for a relaxed picnic on the rolling lawns beneath the age-old oaks. To compliment the menu of your most special event, Webersburg offers a selection of distinguished cultivars. Multi-award winning Webersburg winemaker, Matthew Van Heerden is known for his World's Best Chardonnay award as well as his top ten nomination in the International Wine and Spirits Competition in London along with being named the South African Diners Club Young Winemaker of the year for 2011.