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A Look Inside: New Twee Jonge Gezellen Tasting Deck

Known for their iconic Methode Cap Classique, Krone; Twee Jonge Gezellen based in Tulbagh has recently undergone a sensitive restoration and renovation.

Gregor’s Quaker chairs – original, monastic and simple

The circle motif is seen in everything such as these circular pendants by Mema

Art supplied Smith Studio

Having recently re-opened to the public, the Tasting Deck offers al fresco tastings situated along the existing Tasting Room which boasts stylish, custom-made accessories and key pieces of South African furniture design by the likes of Gregor Jenkin, Wiid Design and Meyer Von Wielligh.

The space has been curated by creative director Tracy Lynch of Studio Lee Lynch.

Studio Lee Lynch has worked on some of the most seductive spaces, think The Grand Daddy, The Robertson Small and the luxurious Singita tented Camp.

At  Twee Jonge Gezellen Visitors can journey through a series of extraordinary spaces that are filled with contemporary art, sculpture and collectible design, before moving on to sample Krone’s one-vintage-only MCC.

Tastings are complimentary and the setting is extraordinary.

The raised terrace offers singular views out over the picturesque valley and onto the nearby Winterhoek, Witzenberg and Obiqua Mountains, while the Tasting Room boasts a dramatic picture window that unveils the workings of the cellar.

The Tasting Room and Deck are open:

Monday-Friday from 10h00-16h00

Saturdays from 10h00 to 14h00.

Cellar Tours are available Monday-Saturday from 10h00 to 16h00.

For more information on the farm and Krone, visit http://www.tweejongegezellen.co.za/

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  • Lindi
    July 9, 2017 at 5:14 pm

    Cannot wait to see this Llewellyn!! Looks exceptional!

  • Lindi Koekemoer
    July 9, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Cannot wait to see this Llewellyn!! Looks exceptional!