Grande Roche Hotel to host its Bubbly & Braai this November

Grande Roche Hotel’s Bubbly and Braai on Saturday, 23 November is a culinary innovation that sees Chef Roland Gorgosilich and his team step out of the kitchen into the beautifully manicured Grande Roche Hotel gardens to create a sumptuous feast of seafood, succulent steaks and much more.


Here the South African tradition of braaing is toasted with some of the best South African Méthode Champenoise wines – an unusual and trend-setting food and wine pairing. It’s an evening of fun and celebration on the lawns of the Grande Roche Hotel Manor House, where guests can raise a glass to toast the arrival of summer and enjoy different culinary combinations with some of South Africa’s best sparkling wines.
Guests will be introduced to the superb wine making skills of Graham Beck Wines, House of Krone, Charles Fox Cap Classic Wine Estate and Bosman Family Vineyard as they tuck into delicious treats from the braai. Expect prawns skewers, oysters done in their shells, rib eye steaks grilled to perfection and other tasty delights accompanied by a range of unusual salads and deliciously different side dishes. The evening will be both informal and informative as guests get the opportunity to the meet the wine makers while enjoying the finely crafted sparkling wines.
Bubblies have always been associated with celebrations and with Grande Roche Hotel now in its 21st year since opening, Bubbly and Braai is the perfect opportunity to toast this achievement.
Date: Saturday 23 November 2013
Venue: Grande Roche Hotel, Plantasie Street, Paarl
Time: 19:00
It costs R420 per person (food and wine included). To book, phone 021 863 5100 or email

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