The Green Fair celebrates Spring with conscious and curious individuals and families

WHEN? Saturday, 2 September 2017 | 10:00 – 16:00 WHERE? Waverley Hills Organic Estate, just outside of Wolseley The market will be focusing on everything green and sustainable, from delicious food and organic wines to crafts. There will be live music, Money for Bali, as well as a kids’ zone. The day will kick start

A Real Gem: Mediterranean-style white blend by Waverley Hills

Waverley Hills is a thriving destination for lovers of wine and nature and is best known for producing premium organic wines. Red varieties comprise 80% of the vineyards with the whites comprising a much smaller piece of the pie. But we should not forget about the white wines produced at Waverley Hills.  A Bordeaux Blend,

News from the restaurant

Our restaurant has released a new winter menu. Download Menu >> Some hearty dishes like Oxtail Bredie are sure to beat those cold winter blues!  Try our Chef Francois’ delicious banana, peanut butter bread pudding. Click here for the recipe >> Enjoy! Bon Appetite.

News from the tasting room

We have our olives in brine and red wine jelly available again in the Tasting Room. Waverley Hills olives are renowned for being beautifully plump, firm and fleshy. Don’t miss out, make your purchases while stock lasts as we only have a limited amount available. We are offering a fantastic offer to our Loyalty Members. 

Celebrate Spring with the annual Green Fair

We are pleased to announce that this year Waverley Hills will be hosting our annual Green Fair on the 2nd September. It promises to be filled with interesting stalls, live music, wonderful fresh produce and mouth watering foods. Bring the whole family to join in on the CANSA farm 5km walk too and celebrate the new

2017 Wine Harvest Update

A few words from our winemaker, Johan Delport, on our grape and olive harvest… “The 2017 wine harvest will be remembered for its very hot and dry conditions. Due to these conditions the grapes were really small and concentrated, which in turn gave concentrated and good quality wines. This is also evident in this early