We’re SO ready to welcome guests back to our cottages and to host events and celebrations… While, right now, no one knows when that will be possible again, it doesn’t mean we can’t dream and plot and plan.
Hello Level Three – regardless of the confusion surrounding the levels of lockdown amidst the ongoing Covid-19 2020 chaos, one thing we do know is that our accommodation is back in business, for business travel.
As per our previous post we can receive Essential Service workers and now also people travelling to our area for business.
On Friday Woolworths kidnapped their creative agencies and brought them out to the farm for a day of getting in touch with their food, fabrics and drinks.
Employees of Woolworths’ advertising and other agencies were invited to an Agency Strategy Day at a hotel in town, upon arrival they were told to grab their padkos and board a bus.
Once on the farm they received gumboots and dungarees and Kalmoesfontein and other Swartland locals engaged the 120 guests at four different stations:
Cousin Louw got 47 of them to take off their shoes and pick waterblommetjies in the little pond.
Local sheep shearers showed them how to sheer and shared interesting facts about wool.
Assistant Winemaker Jasper put them to work pruning vines in the vineyards
And ‘drinkologist’ Kyle talked them through a tasting of the different components of our latest product, a Caperitif.
Before they sat down to a delicious lunch with catered for by Gusto who experimented with pit cooking making Lamb Kleftico – or ‘stolen lamb’ – Salt Baked Trout, their trademark Calcots with romesco and herbed ‘taters.