Fryer’s Cove – Seriously West Coast

Fryer’s Cove – Seriously West Coast

In July 2019, The Unconventional Route (aka Chris and Kim) wrote a blog featuring Fryer’s Cove Vineyards. They’re a couple of curious Canadians who’re always looking for a better way to do, see, and experience things. We are very fortunate to be part of they’re list of 10 unique and unforgettable wine tastings.

Sauvignon of the sea

Sauvignon of the sea

Sauvignon of the sea Tuesday, 21 May, 2019 Malu Lambert South African Sauvignon Blanc is made in a diverse range of styles, from the zingy, herbaceous to the more tropical as well as the wooded styles. There’s another category emerging; wines grown and vinified by the...

Birds, Bees and Sauvignon Blanc

Birds, Bees and Sauvignon Blanc

(Above :12:00 am; The last grapes waiting to be processed, lit by the light of the Doringbay Lighthouse) As the sun sets on another harvest, we reflect on the challenges that we faced and the exciting start to another year of wonderful wines. Despite the dry...

CTEX Awards : Best Sauvignon Blanc

CTEX Awards : Best Sauvignon Blanc

CTEX: Wine, Beer & Spirits Awards 2019 March 6, 2019 | Kim Lopes  On Tuesday, 26th February 2019, the top dogs of the wine, beer and spirits industry in Cape Town and surroundings showed faces and shook hands at the starting of our second week of awards ceremonies...

Prepping for success

Prepping for success

Fryer's Cove Vineyards is in the process of preparing our marvelous new Pinot Noir grapes. These grapes will be used to produce our new dry Doringbay Pinot Noir Rose. Grapes are picked by hand and brought to our cellar by the sea in the crates as seen above. Grapes...

Bamboes Bay, Block 2, Sauvignon Blanc

Bamboes Bay, Block 2, Sauvignon Blanc

“At Bamboes Bay, due to unforeseen circumstances, we were forced to plant our new block, Block 2, a bit late with Sauvignon Blanc at the end of November. I am extremely proud of our vineyard team and the way they nurtured these vines to where they are today.
What are we currently doing with these young vines? It is essential that we do proper training of the young shoots to achieve the desired vine structure and with that promote long term vineyard productivity. We will choose the two strongest shoots and the strongest one with no damage will have the privilege of becoming that vine’s trunk.
Having the only 6 hectares of vineyard in Bamboes Bay, this is something every young shoot wishes to become – the backbone of our unique and awarding winning wine grapes! Keep growing and make us proud!”

A-TEAM, January 2019

A-TEAM, January 2019

On Monday the 15 of January 2019, Fryer’s Cove Vineyards management team honored the staff that worked so hard during the December Holidays. Although it was a team effort and success would not have been achieved otherwise,  Fransiena took the waiter of December award as part of the waiter incentive, earning her an additional R500 bonus! 

Fryer’s Cove Vineyards will always strive to move forward in community development and relationship building. With that in mind, we hosted a “braai” for the waiters that participated in season to show our thanks. Delicious “boere wors” and beef kebabs with “roosterkoek” and a greek salad, prepared on the Jetty with a setting sun, gave us the opportunity to share some stories and achievements.

We are extremely proud of our A-Team! Although we know, and even hope, that they all move on to achieve greater things in life, we trust that as long as they are with us we will be able to continue providing our guests with the best service on the west-coast!

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