14 November 2013 15:01

Pair Vintage Vino and Venison at La Motte Wine Estate

On Thursday, 1 Augusts, La Motte Cellar Master Edmund Terblanche will be joining forces with Pierneef à La Motte Chef du Cuisine Chris Erasmus for a wintery dinner of vintage wines and venison.

Join them for a wonderful evening of well matured red wines from the La Motte Vinoteque beautifully paired with venison dishes such as kudu, impala and wildebeest.

Edmund will give insights into the maturation of wine and will explain how and why they pair with the specific dishes, while Chef Chris will describe his choice of venison and share his preferred cooking methods and recipes for avid hunters and cooks.

Vintage wines from the La Motte Vinoteque will be exclusively available for purchasing on the evening.

Bring your fellow hunter friends or those passionate about food and wine and reserve a table with Pierneef à La Motte restaurant for an evening that promises to be both educational and entertaining.


Date: Thursday, 1 August 2013

Time: 18:30

Cost: R490 per person


Packaged deals:

Dinner and 2-bottle Vinoteque Collection wooden gift box: R800 per person

Dinner and 3-bottle Vinoteque Collection wooden gift box: R950 per person


Reservations are essential. To book a table, please contact +27 (0)21 876 8000 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note that reservations will be confirmed by full upfront payment.


Vintage Wines & Venison Menu

Braised Kudu shank consommé with root vegetables paired with 2004 La Motte Shiraz


1997 La Motte Limited Release Merlot


Cape Winelands Impala curry with pomme puree paired with 2004 La Motte Pierneef Shiraz Viognier


1997 La Motte Millennium


Berry roasted Wildebeest loin, pomegranate glazed red cabbage, honey roasted sweet potato and buttermilk jus paired with 2004 La Motte Millennium


1995 La Motte Shiraz


Pumpkin tart, quince, nuts and spices paired with 1989 La Motte Noble Late Harvest


La Motte Straw Wine




For more information on La Motte, please visit www.la-motte.com