Wederom – Robertson Countryside Escape

Wedding Venue and Guest Farm

Wederom Boutique Winery invites you to experience hearty family hospitality steeped in tradition as old as the hills of the surrounding Robertson Valley.

Home of the Hanepoot Huisies and Giovanni Salvadori Vinno Rosso

Our family-run winery and guest farm boasts a fascinating history dating back to 1933. A tapestry of Italian, Dutch, and South African heritage gives rise to Wederom’s distinctive character and charm.

Idyllic in every way, Wederom is the perfect venue for farm-style weddings, functions, luncheons, or a quiet weekend getaway.

Weddings

Imagine being wed in the heart of the Robertson Wine Valley tucked between vineyards and orchards with the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains as your backdrop. We stop at nothing to make your wedding day dreams come true.

Accommodation

Our Hanepoot Huisies (country cottages) offer tremendous comfort and spectacular views. Let all your worries melt away in the peace and tranquillity that only the valley can offer. Bed and breakfast (B&B) or self-catering farm stay accommodation, sleeping up to 24 people.

“Awesome accommodation. Great venue. Fabulous owners. Beautiful farm.” – Frank Albers (Google review)

Boutique Winery: Creators of Salvadori Vinno Rosso | Wederom

Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour

Step into a world where tradition and history run strong. Wederom cellar reserve wines are carefully hand-cultivated using traditional family-driven winemaking methodology. Whether you are a wine collector or curious about the wonderful world of wine—this is an experience you won’t forget!

Functions

Wederom is perfectly primed to host your next conference, launch, banquet, team-building, or staff incentive. We offer guests a quaint farm style stay with unmatched hospitality. All packages include the services of our in-house coordinator, who will oversee every aspect of your event.

Conferences and Events | Wederom Function Venue

Prisoners of War Museum

Our Italian connection stems from the relationship built with Prisoners of War who first came to the farm in the 1940s. A fascinating tale with drama, intrigue, and a pleasant ending that we are thrilled to share with all our guests.

“Fantastic value, fantastic people. And a fascinating twist with the museum on-site.” — Mark Laverty (Google Review)

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