Nature Unplugged | Water

From: R150.00

/ per person

Perlemoen Ceviche with green Apple, Watercress and Dashi paired with UHA Sauvignon blanc 2017 • Watermelon, Parma ham, Goat’s cheese and Basil with a Balsamic drizzle paired with UHA Pinot Noir 2016 • Strawberry and Rose Sorbet paired with Loose Cannon MCC


Here at the Frame House we pair our wines with dishes representing these four elements in line with the four seasons. Our food is honest, a true reflection of where we find ourselves without unnecessary enhancement or amplification:

• Wind – Hermanus is renowned for its “Champagne Air”. Early in the last century, British doctors would prescribe a holiday in Hermanus for the curative properties of the fresh, sea air which in turn has a moderating influence over the vineyards in summer.
• Sea – We are surrounded by water: both the nearby dams and the ocean below us are teaming with fish and shellfish. The cooling sea breezes allow for slower ripening and therefore richer, more complex grape flavours.
• Earth – Our ‘fynbos’ is indigenous and unique to this corner of the world because of our location at the southern tip of Africa, and because of our unique soils. These soils lend a signature minerality to the grapes, yet play host to a wide variety of rare plants, some of which are edible.
• Fire – is a necessity for fynbos to reproduce. The seeds of the famous protea will only germinate by fire, a tell‐tale sign of our harsh but unique climate where summers are hot and dry, and winters cold and wet.

Terms & Conditions

  • Year round picnic platters by appointment only.
  • Management will call to cancel before 10.00 on the morning of the booking if the weather is bad.
  • Picnic hampers will be available from 11.00. If the hamper is not collected by 14.00 it can be sold.
  • A R50 cutlery deposit is required on collection of the picnic baskets. This will be reimbursed in full if the picnic basket is returned with all cutlery and crockery in tact.
  • Open Tuesday to Saturday 09.00 to 17.00 and Sundays from 10.00 to 16.00