The winery has a restaurant where head chef, Lamek Mnisi, combines quality ingredients with innovative ideas to create seasonal menus that constantly change. I did not get to eat from the restaurant menu during my visit, as the media were treated to bite-sized nibbles to pair with all the wines we tasted. Judging by that, you’re not going to go away empty-bellied or disappointed when you dine here.
Kunjani also offers highly stylish country accommodation, perfect for staying in when exploring the Boland. The four villas – Shiraz, Merlot, Cabernet and Stolen Chicken (named after their rosé) are self-catered and fully equipped with standard luxuries such as washers and dryers, coffee machines, wall-panel heating, air-conditioning, smart TVs, complimentary wi-wi and private, shaded verandas with braai facilities. Visit their website, and then add Kunjani to your (hopefully long) list of Stellenbosch wineries to explore!