Jackal Lager and Pizza at Jakkalsvlei near Herbertsdale (2019-07-05) Food and Drink | Photo Gallery 10 SEP 2019

It has turned into a nice little outing for whenever we holiday in Mossel Bay, nipping off on the quiet back roads out into the farm lands, driving past the small hamlet of Herbertsdale and then finally in the middle of nowhere, about 60 kilometers from where we first started, walking past the bronze sculpture of a jackal as you enter through the glass doors of Jakkalsvlei.

Situated at the foot of the Langeberg mountains, with its cool temperate climate, the Jakkalsvlei winery and its 34 hectare large vineyard produce a host of award winning wines, and is also home to a seemingly impossibly popular restaurant and wine tasting facility (given the remoteness of its location).

An excellent array of food, pizza and wine to be had, innovative wine tasting pairings to try, and of course, even their own craft brews to sample. Hard not to enjoy each and every visit to this tucked away little gem!

Well worth the visit.

Related Link: Jakkalsvlei | Herbertsdale

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