COVID-19 - UPDATE

In line with the government’s request, Bosman Hermanus will reopen until further notice.

We will however only be allowed to ship all our wine orders once we hit level 3.
In the meantime though, you are welcome to order online and we will deliver as soon as the gates are open for delivery.

Good luck South Africa. Stand tall, stand proud and keep safe.

Welcome to Bosman Hermanus.
Come and discover the Bosman Family Vineyards wine tasting venue in the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, Hermanus.

We hope to see you at the Bosman Hermanus Frame House and we can’t wait to share our wine, food, nature trails, steaming coffee and magnificent surroundings with you.

Explore with
wide eyes.

Taste wine
designed by nature.

WELCOME TO BOSMAN HERMANUS

Drive up the Hemel-en-Aarde Pass leaving the busy beaches far below and slowly, slowly this pristine wine valley will envelop you in stillness and wonder. Turn left towards the De Bos dam and around a bend, a low slung building appears on the horizon, perched on a sweeping landscape and anchored under a large tree.

This is the Frame House. A wooden structure housing the wine tasting venue belonging to Bosman Family Vineyards, on their farm in the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, Hermanus.

It is here where you can sample our wines and enjoy a light meal amongst fields of indigenous ‘fynbos’, luxuriating in the ‘champagne’ air and absorbing the awe-inspiring views.

Find your
angle.
THE FRAME HOUSE
The Frame House is a refreshment station from which you can explore both nature and your place within it.

Soak up the views from the Frame House verandah or for the more adventurous, amble up the mountain path to absorb the stillness broken only by the rustling bushes or soft bird call. At the top enjoy a 360º view of the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. From there you can see all the way across Walker Bay to Gansbaai in the South and Hangklip in the West.

Enjoy a fun day out with your family and friends. 

Reconnect.
Great care has been taken to tread lightly on this delicate landscape to allow the natural fauna and flora to thrive, and to craft a sensitive way for us to enjoy it.

HIKING TRAILS

The trails wind  their way through a number of habitats from farmland to fynbos & renosterveld.

Besides the beautiful natural vegetation, hikers might be lucky enough to spot the odd ribbok, perhaps a duiker or even a porcupine. 

So if you are looking for a hiking trail near Hermanus then book the Koppie or Wetlands nature trails at Bosman Hermanus. Explore with eyes wide open.

FOOD & TAPAS

Bosman Hermanus has so much to offer the whole family.

It is a peaceful place, situated in the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde where vineyards grow amidst the fynbos and visitors are encouraged to engage with the wines, with nature and with each other.

Delicious tapas-style treats complement the wine tasting and superb coffees are on offer at the Frame House. All the wines served are part of the Bosman Family Vineyards range and are available for purchase.

WINE & COFFEE

With one of the pre-eminent vine nurseries in the southern hemisphere and 3 different growing regions from which to cultivate their blends, Bosman Family Vineyards have unrivaled access, knowledge, and expertise when it comes to crafting of our wines. 

Barista-made coffee and tea are made to order and available from the Frame House.

The ideal selection of Bosman Family Vineyard wines is available for tasting and purchase.

FLOWERS

This is also a working flower farm which produces proteas, and a small variety of indigenous flowers and foliage known as ‘fynbos’.

These unique and beautiful natural products are for sale by pre-order and can be collected at the Frame House. Orders can also be made for larger events such as weddings or birthday celebrations.

For more information and to check availability please contact us.

Discover the
perfect path.
Experience our Koppie & Wetlands trails laid out by well‐known conservationist Frank Woodvine and his team. They make their way through a number of habitats from farmland to fynbos & renosterveld. Besides the beautiful natural vegetation, hikers might be lucky enough to spot the odd ribbok, perhaps a duiker or even a porcupine. Frank reports seeing a caracal which is a very rare find as this is a nocturnal animal, but baboons are also a common occurrence.

The astonishing view at the top of the nature trail makes it all worthwhile…