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  1. Profile photo of Carina Orffer

    We had lunch at Mulderbosch yesterday, the pizza’s were AMAZING, the wine tasting before lunch was really a treat too. Kobus made us feel at home and had good knowledge of the wines. Lunch was not expensive at all and we loved sitting in front of the fire while sipping on wine, eating yummy pizzas and enjoying amazing friend’s company!

  2. Profile photo of Tom Magara

    The new tasting room and pizza oven is stunning! After a walk through in the cellar with Adam, Muriel took us through the entire range of wines including the Shazam! The conversation was always exciting whether about wine or “life” in general. We had a biltong pizza (that just might be one of the top 3 tastiest pizzas I’ve had) as we sipped on the wine and watched the sunset.

  3. Profile photo of Magdel Walt

    Very well informed hosts,John and Cobus.Excellent quality wines that are well priced.
    Its a pleasure to visit Mulderbosch,its friendly and full of happiness. A five star winery.

  4. Profile photo of Maggie Mostert

    Great wines, especially the Whites. Finding the tasting room is a little complicated but once you get there, the fun starts! This must be one of my favourite estates. Love the fact that they’re doing the “Support Animal Welfare” thing too.

  5. Profile photo of Hennie Coetzee

    Some of the best white wine around. The reds not far behind. A little cool at the start of the tasting, but attendant warmed up a bit. The Barrel Fermented Chardonnay and Small Change Chenin being the 2 stand outs. Look out for a Beta Centauri if you can get your hands on it. Remarkable.

  6. Profile photo of Diana Procter

    @Michael Olivier – Jan’s offline so answering on his behalf. We spent an afternoon with Mike Dobrovic (obviously before he moved on to new challenges), tasting, listening and learning.

  7. Profile photo of Neil Bent

    Not only do I love the story about the faithful hound, but the actual wine is great too. The tasting area is very nice and show’s the owner and winemaker’s passion for sport. However more passion is put into the wines, as they never disappoint. Great job guys.

  8. Profile photo of Paul Robinson

    This is one of my favourite estates as it is more than just a wine experience but also a cultural experience. The tasting room has a cozy atmosphere with the fireplace and I cannot remember the wine maker’s name but he was passing us pieces of paper with different poetry. The wines are really tasty with some real favourites and it is a warm and comfortable environment.

  9. Profile photo of Monica Mountjoy

    My hubby and I had the pleasure of staying on the farm overnight. We had a guided tour trough the vineyards the next day with Mike. What a great man with many a tale to tell! Awesome……………

  10. Profile photo of Anel Grobler

    Although Mulderbosch wines are on tasting at Kanu, I’ve always wanted to visit the them to place a mental picture next to their excellent wines.

    We were welcomed by a friendly Amanda, how introduced us to the two assistant wine makers, Erina Cillie and Annalie van Dyk. Unfortunately the main man behind the wine, Mike Dobrovic, was on leave. All the more reason for a re-visit 🙂

    Erina and Annalie conducted our tasting and we started with the Steen-op-hout Chenin Blanc, which was crispy and yummy. Some others that stood out for me: The Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2006, as well as the Sauvignon Blanc 2008. Absolutely awesome! We were lucky enough to taste the pre-released Small Change Chenin Blanc 2008. The wine is named after Mike’s dog, Small Change. The packaging of this wine is quite unique. Each bottle will be rapped in personalized paw-printed paper (Small Change’s foot signature:-) and presented in a tin. Can’t wait for the wine to be released, because it’s absolutely GREAT! Collectors item alert!!!!

    They are busy renovating their new tasting room and I can’t wait to experience another great day with awesome people and superb wines.

  11. Profile photo of Devin Lester

    Booked a tour and were guided around by the winemaker himself (Clinton who’s subsequently left). Fantastic wines and a farm with lots of character!

  12. Profile photo of Andrew Chigorimbo

    The wine maker there is a former USWCS member and eevrytime we go there he knows how to treat us.
    The steen op hout is awesome and so is the price. tasted the whole range and some very impressive wines. faithfull hound and Beta centauri wow